Nokia updates logo as company rebrands identity
Nokia signaled plans to change its brand identity for the first time in nearly 60 years, and the strategic shift includes the unveiling of a new logo.
NYC taxi union strikes at LaGuardia; Uber says rides out of airport increased
The New York Taxi Workers Alliance went on strike against Uber and Lyft at LaGuardia airport in New York City on Sunday, though Uber claims rides went up during the strike.
Apple iPhone thieves using simple trick to take everything, report finds
iPhone thieves who spied on a victim's passcode before stealing the Apple device can reset multiple settings and prevent its rightful owner from accessing it.
Spotify releasing artificial intelligence DJ in two countries
Spotify is adding an artificial intelligence DJ for certain listeners, the audio streaming service announced Wednesday in a press release.
NASA spending $3.5B in move to upgrade spacesuits
NASA will spend $3.5 billion on task order awards for missions that will provide capabilities for the agency's spacewalking needs through 2034, upgrading its spacesuits.
Boeing to stop making 'Top Gun' fighter jet in 2025
Aircraft manufacturer Boeing is set to end production of the iconic F/A-18 Super Hornet fighter jet in 2025 after a final batch is delivered to the U.S. Navy.
New York Taxi union to strike against Uber and Lyft at LaGuardia airport on Sunday: report
The New York Taxi Workers Alliance is organizing a strike against Uber for stopping a raise in rates to keep up with costs of living and operating expenses.
Los Angeles school district reveals ransomware gang leaked thousands of student health records online
The Los Angeles Unified School District revealed Wednesday that the a ransomware gang leaked sensitive records of more than 2,000 students online.
Samsung’s new Bixby feature allows users to clone their voice to respond to calls
Samsung's Bixby has released a new feature that allows users to create an AI-generate copy of their voice and tone by recording only a few sentences.
US aims to create semiconductor manufacturing clusters with Chips Act funds
US Secretary of Commerce Gin Raimondo lays out Washington's plan to organize and shape the semiconductor manufacturing industry from the top, down, through 2030.