Apps are the latest tools to emerge from the intersection of health care and technology, where companies are working on new ways of bringing patients and doctors together.
AT&T has reported a second-quarter profit of $3.04 billion. Earnings, adjusted for costs related to mergers and acquisitions and non-recurring costs, came to 69 cents per share.
Social media giants including Twitter and Facebook are pushing back against Senate legislation that would require them to alert federal authorities of any terrorist activity, according to industry and government officials.
YouTube says it’s making a further push into virtual reality, promising to add 3-D support for videos that play back in its 360-degree format.
Apple Watch owners seem generally happy with it, but the company’s bigger worry should be on those customers on the sidelines who are still waiting to take the plunge.
Police officers in Johnson County nabbed more than a dozen men accused of going online to meet underage boys and girls.
It would seem hard to imagine—a blessing, disguised as a nosebleed.
A new app will put fans closer to Luke Bryan with live streaming events and interactive features. The app will be available to download on July 24 for iPhone and Android.
Google revealed Thursday that one of its self-driving car prototypes was involved in an injury crash for the first time. The tech giant’s car was rear-ended in California.
Amazon said that its Prime Day was as big as it hoped, but not all customers were impressed.
Apple is updating its iPod Touch music player for the first time in nearly three years, as the company seeks to make music a central part of its devices once again.
Subaru is recalling 32,400 of their Impreza compact cars in the United States to fix a problem that can stop the front passenger air bag from inflating during a crash.