The company wants to be the go-to retail platform for emerging products.

Nike is offering $15 cash or $25 gift cards.

Wences Casares has filed a cross-complaint against LifeLock, alleging poor management.

But its sibling founders wouldn’t sell. In the meantime, the San Francisco payments startup is racking up big partners. But don’t count out rival PayPal just yet.

Likely first customers are the data center giants like Facebook, Baidu and Microsoft.

No, it doesn’t have anything to do with Windows 10.

The Chinese upstart calls it a “2016 flagship killer,” suggesting that its new $329 smartphone model is better than next year’s competitors. (Yes, next year’s.)

Venture capital firm DFJ Growth will lead the latest round of funding for this cybersecurity startup.