The latest move in the standoff between Softbank, Sprint, Dish Network and Clearwire has been made, as Dish stated today it will not submit another bid for Sprint.
Nintendo was coy when it announced that its first free-to-play game will launch before the end of next March, divulging only that it wouldn't belong to the Mario or Pokemon franchises.
You might say the day is never really done in consumer technology news.
Look at the people with smiling faces in the above illustration.
The Oculus Rift company is barely one year old, but it's already off to a strong start.
Although Google Drive has spread far and wide, its localization hasn't always kept pace.
"Internet radio" is usually a misnomer, as well as an indicator of its ambition.
Google and other companies have already made general calls for more transparency in the wake of the PRISM revelations, and it looks like Mountain View is now escalating those requests to a court challenge.
GameStick first appeared around the the first of this year, promising its Kickstarter supporters an Android gaming console that looks more Roku Streaming Stick than OUYA.
Google users may have already spotted the carousel design on search results while browsing on Nexus slates or the iPad, but, as of today, you can also expect this layout to show up on the desktop version of the site.