Robert Mann


Intel Partners With Fashion Brand to Craft a Blinged-Out Smartbracelet

There's bling, and then there's upmarket digital bling. Intel, the company that makes chips that power your laptop, teamed up with fashion brand Opening Ceremony to bring you My Intelligent Communication Accessory, or MICA.

You Use Google, LinkedIn and Microsoft for Work. But Will Facebook Replace Them All?

Get ready for Facebook at Work. The social media behemoth is going to launch the business version of its consumer site in the next few months, according to an anonymous source interviewed by Reuters.

Will the Apple Watch Protect Users’ Most Sensitive Health Information?

When Apple releases its watch early next year, will users' sensitive health information such as pulse and movement be safe?

VW of America Will Start Sponsoring CNN Documentaries

Volkswagen of America has been chosen by CNN Films to sponsor its documentaries, expanding the relationship between the two companies. The car maker’s ads will start airing later this month during the CNN showing of the film Ivory Tower about the high cost of a college education in the U.S.

BlackBerry Unveils New Enterprise Platform and Strategic Agreements

BlackBerry has unveiled its latest business-friendly operating system in a sponsored event in San Francisco.

AT&T Adds 8.6 Million Customers in Mexico With Major Acquisition

AT&T made a major move to expand its mobile network in Latin America, striking a deal to buy Mexico's Grupo Iusacell SA for a reported $2.5 billion.

BuzzFeed Hires HuffPo’s Director of Native Advertising

BuzzFeed is getting more serious about monetization with the hiring of Tessa Gould, the former head of native advertising at The Huffington Post.

Canadian Regulators Back Off Plan to Impose a ‘Netflix Tax’

Canada’s equivalent of the FCC has backed off trying to regulate Netflix by dropping a proposal that has become known as the "Netflix tax." The move could have significant implications for other U.S. entertainment content providers doing business in Canada.

Has Science Finally Created a Veggie Burger You’d Mistake for the Real Thing?

If it looks like a burger, tastes like a burger and bleeds like a burger, it has to be a burger, right? Not really. Enter the Impossible Burger, a veggie substitute for the real thing invented by Patrick Brown, a biochemistry professor at Stanford.

Just Weeks After Apple’s Celebrity Photo Scandal, the Company Has to Deal With a Whole New Security Issue

Apple's iPhones and Mac computers are under threat of a new malware attack in China, unwelcome news for a brand that's been dealing with security concerns.