After less than a year on the job, Europe’s competition cop, Margrethe Vestager, has picked a fight with the biggest names in global business. She’s not done yet.

This particular gold Apple Watch, one of the first to be delivered, may not be long for this world.  

Two of my favorite independent analysts, Asymco’s Horace Dediu and Above Avalon’s Neil Cybart, each took a crack this week at breaking the iPhone’s installed base into its constituent parts. Cybart, starting with Fiksu data and adjusting for its U.S. and Eurocentric tendencies, figures that the 475 million iPhones still in use are distributed roughly […]

Google has patented the idea for a connected stuffed animal that is part toy, part robot.

The ride-sharing services are being sued for allegedly denying service to passengers with wheelchairs and guide dogs.

IBM launches business-centric applications for the Apple Watch.

The security and home automation company files to go public before Google, Apple and more competition hits the market.

Fingerprint scanning may soon be coming to an Android device near you.