Location sharing may not grab your attention like a post on Facebook or Twitter, but it's a darn useful utility for keeping track of family members and friends. Microsoft's Squad Watch wants to be that app for Windows Phone, but at this stage, it's not.
It's official: There's another MOBA coming to market. This past week I got the chance to go hands-on with Supernova, a new sci-fi themed MOBA from Bandai Namco. I learned three things: 1) I'm not very good at MOBAs. 2) Supernova seems like a fine MOBA. 3) I'm starting to find it difficult to tell one MOBA from another.
Sesame isn't the first smart lock on the market, but it's hoping to stand out with lower prices and easier installation.
Diageo will reveal its first ever "smart bottled" Johnnie Walker Blue Label that can send offers to customer's smartphones straight from the shopping aisles.
Panasonic has lifted the curtain on several new 4K Ultra HD TVs, and most of them feature the company's updated My Home Screen 2.0 user interface, a radical step up from its ugly, ungainly predecessor in both form and function. What's so radical about the new smart TV interface? It's built on Mozilla's Firefox OS, the latest combatant in the ongoing smart TV platform wars.
The SSC is a mentor-driven acceleration programme developed and implemented by the Kaspersky Academy in partnership with venture industry players Mangrove Capital Partners and the ABRT Venture Fund.
As if Microsoft's mobile ambitions didn't have enough problems already, they just got a little more troublesome. Following Google's deal to acquire technology from Softcard, the mobile payments service is shutting down its tap-and-pay apps on Android and Windows Phone, according to an FAQ on Softcard's site.
Daylight Saving Time begins Sunday, March 8. The following day, Apple is inviting us to "spring forward" at a "special event" in San Francisco. Hmm...could Apple be showing off a device that has something to do with setting the clock? Macworld will be in the audience to bring you the details at 10 a.m. Pacific.
LG is taking the kitchen sink approach with its latest Watch Urbane LTE, veering away from Android Wear to offer more features.
First Bing, then Google, now Spotify. The popular music streaming service is tweaking its desktop app to display song lyrics as you listen. Spotify's new music lyrics feature is powered by Musixmatch, one of the most popular apps in Spotify's catalog.