After Apple surpassed Wall Street's expectations with iPhone sales in the US and China, the company has no plans to go after its rival, Xiaomi, low cost model.
On Thursday, NASA is expected to launch the Soil Moisture Active Passive satellite (SMAP) from California's Vandenberg Air Force base. The satellite will measure the moisture in Earth's dirt, which will help scientists learn more about drought conditions and even predict floods.
Google announced on Tuesday that Atlanta; Nashville; Charlotte, N.C.; and Raleigh-Durham, N.C. will be getting Google Fiber service soon. Google Fiber offers gigabit speeds – about 100 times faster than the average broadband connection – to residents and businesses.
It has been discovered that a group of young Cubans created a secret network that connected thousands of computers across Havana despite a Wi-Fi ban of home Internet connections by the government.
On Monday, China and Europe issued a call for proposals for a robotic space mission that CAS and the ESA will develop together.
Even with the buzz surrounding its Windows 10 software and its augmented reality HoloLens goggles, Microsoft saw shares drop 10 percent Tuesday after it reported quarterly revenue that beat expectations but warned that a weak PC market and a strong dollar will curb growth this year.
Facebook quietly launched 'Facebook Lite' for Android this week. Facebook Lite is a stripped-down app that allows users to access Facebook on low-end devices or in areas where mobile data is hard to come by.
Facebook's last significant outage was nearly five years ago.
The company has announced the release of some much-anticipated updates. Could these help improve user growth and get people more engaged in the social network?