Paris Mayor Redflags Amazon Prime Now

Amazon has possibly gotten too big for its own good.We all know how Uber’s arrival in any new city is greeted with taxi unions protesting, and how Wal-Mart has been experiencing bad PR wherever...

Microsoft Edge Wallops Chrome on Battery Usage

If you’re a Google Chrome user, you probably know that the browser eats laptop batteries for lunch. It’s a well-documented problem that Chrome has suffered from for a long time.According to a new test...

Tesla Delivers in Style: Model X Gets a King’s Welcome in China

Tesla’s Model X was originally planned for delivery to Chinese customers during early 2017. At least, that was the initial plan. And then the Model 3 reservation mayhem happened, where the electric car maker...

The Wand That Microsoft Bought: A Friend for Cortana?

Hot on the heels of the still-smoking $26 billion dollar acquisition of LinkedIn, Microsoft has done it again. This time, it’s messaging app developer Wand Labs. Unlike the highly publicized LinkedIn deal, this buyout...

High on Something: Uber’s Helicab Experiment

Is traffic bothering you? Why not hail an Uber cab? In fact, why not hail an Uber heli-cab if you’re living in the beautiful (but crowded) city of Sao Paulo, Brazil?In one of the...

Is Google Ready to Tweet?

The business world is getting more competitive by the year. If you don’t believe me, take a look at some of these examples.In the automotive world, Tesla stands out as a frontrunner in eco-friendly...

AT&T GigaPower Vs. Google Fiber: The Fastest Race in the World

Frustrated at internet speeds offered by established providers, Google lit a fire under them and entered the Internet connectivity business in 2011 with its first fiber connections in Palo Alto, California.That’s a good story...

Move Over, Social Networks; The Age of Messaging Apps is Here

The last ten years can aptly be called the Age of Social Networks. Facebook stormed the stage on February 4, 2004; thereafter, the Twitters and LinkedIns of the world continued vying for our time...

Samsung Jumps On a Passing Cloud Opportunity Called Joyent

No, we don’t think that Samsung wants to compete with the cloud big four comprising Amazon, IBM, Microsoft and Google, but the smartphone maker has nonetheless entered the cloud space in a significant way.Announcing...

Amazon’s “Dragonian” Dream

The fastest growing retailer in the world has been finding innovative ways to cut costs, find new revenue streams and open new lines of businesses in its pursuit to become the company that we...