ESPN bosses mull an online streaming package
The company is reportedly working on a cord-cutter package, but only for niche sports.
Google buys a backbone for pay TV services
The search engine has acquired a startup that quickly pushes live video for NBCUniversal, FOX Sports and Univision.
People aren't buying privacy-focused smartphones
Court documents have revealed that demand for Silent Circle's Blackphone was nowhere near expected.
Will LG's payment card succeed where others have failed?
The LG Pay "white card" is now expected to appear before the end of the year.
Hyperloop One 'proves' it's cheaper than high-speed rail
The economics of a proposed Nordic loop would cost $16 million per kilometer less than a comparable high speed rail project.
Startups seek to de-anonymize Bitcoin to fight crime
Firms in the US and UK both claim to be able to identify people, breaking one of Bitcoin's key selling points.
Nintendo hints at smartphone controller plans
Comments made by Shinya Takahashi at a shareholders meeting suggest it's at least looking at building a peripheral.
Critical security flaw found in Lenovo PCs... again
But this time it's (possibly) Intel's fault after supplying error-ridden BIOS code.
The Olympics will be shown in VR, but only on Samsung headsets
Reports claim that 85 hours of VR video will be broadcast, but only if you're inside Samsung's ecosystem.