Kontagent and Medium Entertainment, two closely held companies that create tools for mobile game makers to improve their products, are merging businesses in an effort to offer a fuller set of products to customers.
Hiking the Grand Canyon with the Google Street View team and its backpack camera has been a popular topic for journalists.
The New York Times Sunday Magazine went rafting with the team and this week profiles Luc Vincent, the Google engineering director who conceived Street View in his "20% time" in 2004 and still oversees mapping imagery for Google. It recounts some interesting Google Maps history and is peppered with tidbits about how it works.
The line between being present and "telepresent" is becoming blurred with a new robot that can replace you at the dinner table. With the simple use of an iPad, the WSJ’s Deborah Kan meets Fellow Robot.
Anti-government protesters are using popular social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram to rise up against the government. But is it leading to Thailand being torn in two? The WSJ’s Ramy Inocencio reports.
Twitter has displaced Facebook as the top tech employer, according to a new best-workplace list from Glassdoor, a website where employees rank their companies and employers list jobs. Tech companies occupy seven of the top 10 spots on the 2014 edition of the site’s list.
As cable prices rise, some consumers are finding their own solution: canceling their subscriptions. To see if cutting the cord is the right option for you, answer a few questions in a MarketWatch interactive about your TV-watching habits.
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