- Nextdoor Social Network Digs Deep Into Neighborhoods
- Upholding Internet Sales Tax Law, a Justice Invites a New Case
- At Geneva Auto Show, Worry About Silicon Valley
- Bits Blog: Mark Zuckerberg Goes on Charm Offensive for Internet.org
- Bits Blog: Google Confirms Plans for Wireless Service
- Bits Blog: BlackBerry Announces Leap Phone, Moving Back Toward Touch Screens
- Hillary Clinton Used Personal Email Account at State Dept., Possibly Breaking Rules
- Bits Blog: Silicon Valley Shuttle Drivers Vote to Join Union
- Bits Blog: Google Unveils Plan for New Corporate Campus
- Bits Blog: After Net Neutrality Vote, Wheeler Turns to Salesmanship
- Q&A: The Tax Scam Cometh
- Bits Blog: Uber Driver Database Breached by Someone Outside Company
- Mutual Suspicion Mars Tech Trade With China
- Bits Blog: HTC Unveils a New Phone and Wearable Device
Bits Blog: Sony Reveals Its Waterproof 10-Inch Tablet, and a Midrange Phone the U.S. Can’t Have
The 10-inch Sony Xperia Z4 tablet is waterproof and dustproof; boasts extremely long battery life and has powerful specs. The Xperia M4 Aqua smartphone is also waterproof and has a two-day battery life, but it will not be sold in the United States.
- Bits Blog: Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, Unveiled at Mobile World Congress, Offer Best of iPhone and More
HP to Buy Wi-Fi Equipment Maker Aruba Networks for About $3 Billion
The deal would be HP’s biggest in more than three years and the first major transaction since it announced plans to split itself in two.
- Bits Blog: Blackphone Announces New Privacy-Oriented Phone and Tablet
- Bits Blog: Microsoft Presents Low-Cost Phones and Windows 10 for Mobile
Bits Blog: Qualcomm and Intel to Introduce New Biometric Security Technology
Qualcomm has a new fingerprint reading technology that it hopes can eventually replace passwords both for devices and apps.