While Google readies a Google Fiber for business test, AT&T has revealed plans to target additional consumers with its gigabit Internet network, AT&T U-verse with GigaPower. The company announced that it is eyeing 100 cities and municipalities across the nation, among them being 21 new "major metropolitan areas".
The time is upon us for this year's Lyrid meteor shower, which takes place every April, with this year's shower expected to peak early tomorrow morning. While there's nothing quite like watching it outside betwixt the clouds, those foiled by poor weather or location aren't out of luck.
Among the series of laptops Lenovo has introduced over the past handful of months lies a small Windows 8.1 tablet, the ThinkPad 8. With the tablet comes a small form factor and a unique Quickshot cover, the most notable feature of the device. How does the ThinkPad 8 hold up against other Windows 8 tablets? Read our full SlashGear review to find out.
Acer has introduced a new ultrabook, the hybrid laptop/tablet TravelMate X313. With this device comes a removable tablet component with an accompanying keyboard-equipped case, allowing users to pop the main computing unit from the rest of the device and use it while on the go or lounging around for the evening. We've given the TravelMate X313 a solid run; check out what we found in our full SlashGear review.
Pandora has been swept up into another legal spat, this one over the golden oldies -- music made before 1972, with record companies accusing the Internet radio service of state copyright protection violations. The lawsuit includes labels Sony, Universal, Warner Music, and ABKCO, a lesser known independent label that holds rights for many Rolling Stones songs.
Nike has had a change of heart over its wearables ambitions, it seems, with a report surfacing that the FuelBand fitness tracker's future development has been nixed. In addition, it is being said the majority -- as much as 80-percent -- of Nike's Digital Sport hardware team has been laid off.
Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, which is slated for the first week of June in San Francisco, had a new ticket application process that was revealed earlier this month. Those who didn't manage to get a ticket could get another chance, it has been revealed, with unclaimed tickets being up for grabs again.