Fitness wearables manufacturer Fitbit is close to buying smartwatch maker Pebble, according to The Information. The publication’s sources say that a deal would see Fitbit taking Pebble’s intellectual property, such as its operating system, but would see the Pebble brand phased out.
So what’s going on? Right now, the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) is responsible for vetting adult content and certifying adult content sold via DVD, and it has strict rules about what’s allowed.
A fabulous piece of photographic history just sold at auction for $406,000, more than twice the estimated haul. This Nikon One was the third production camera — as in the third actual camera it built — from the now-famous company, and it’s the oldest one known to still be around today.
Should Uber be able to track you even when you’re not using its app? Uber seems to think so, but some customers are worried that the ride-sharing giant is yet again overstepping its bounds.
Altice USA, which recently became the country’s fourth largest cable company by purchasing Cablevision and Suddenlink, today announced a big project to replace cable with fiber-to-the-home technology. Altice said it intends to “deliver broadband speeds of up to 10 Gbps across its footprint.”
Social media website Reddit Inc, known for its commitment to free speech on its platform, will crack down on online harassment by banning or suspending users who target others, its CEO Steve Huffman said in an interview.
WASHINGTON A last-ditch effort in the Senate to block or delay rule changes that would expand the U.S.
Robotic arms seem like they belong in Sci-Fi movies, car factories and the dreams of DIY nerds. Dobot wants to change that, with a shiny new Kickstarter campaign bringing entry-level robotics to the desktop.