With the slow death of the two-year contract, there's never been an easier time to get out of the S-cycle.

A man holds an Apple Inc. iPhone 5s smartphone above an Apple Watch Sport smartwatch to pair up the devices in an arranged photograph in Hong Kong, China, on Friday, April 24, 2015. The Apple Watch, which officially goes on sale today, won't initially be available for purchase in stores, a break from how the tech company has introduced past products. Photographer: Billy H.C. Kwok/Bloomberg

The best marketing ideas don’t come from the marketing department.

Hundreds of thousands of games were buried in the city landfill in the company’s waning years.

PhantomAlert filed a lawsuit this week in federal court against Waze, alleging the company swiped its information without permission.


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A group promoting tourism in Australia is rolling out a new way to take a selfie, using a camera as far as 364 feet away.

They are changing from silly images to meaningful products and businesses.

To innovate and attract top talent, companies must blend structure and freedom.

Trading in your old iPhone? Now's the best time to do it.

A secret arrangement to promote Microsoft's Xbox comes to light.

If you care about fixing government, the tech sector is where you can make an impact.

This start-up shows the potential of digital tech to improve our health care system.

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is pregnant with identical twins. Mayer, 40, said on her blog that she and her husband are expecting twin girls in December.

Many are speculating about the expected release of Apple's new iPhone. Post reporter Hayley Tsukayama predicts what the new iPhone might look like.

It's hard not wonder if Mayer's quickness to come back to work could make some female employees think twice about taking their full maternity time.

Whoa, this is new.

It's connected to an app that shares medical advice.

3D-printed microfish that detect toxins are the next step in medical innovation at the microscale.

It also claimed tens of thousands signed up for the service last week. Who are these people?

Netflix just ditched a big contract, and lost its subscribers access to a bunch of blockbusters in the process.

Meet the Hollywood stars that are channeling their wealth up north to Silicon Valley.

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