The U.S. government is testing a way to unlock the phone of the San Bernardino gunman without Apple’s help.
Hulk Hogan is awarded another $25 million from Gawker and its founder.
Former Intel CEO Andy Grove, who taught Silicon Valley how to do business, dies.
Foxconn is considering cutting its takeover offer for Sharp by $893 million, Reuters reports.
Another Latin American state, Chile, is hit by a Brazil-like scandal.
Ed-tech startup BYJU raises $75 million from Sequoia India and Sofina.
Oregon collects $3.48 million in revenue from first month of taxed recreational marijuana sales, exceeding economists’ projections for the entire year.
To fight Airbnb competition and appeal to younger travelers, hotels are offering rooms as small as 65 square feet.
New research suggests working out might slow the metabolism down.
Photo of U.S. President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro gesturing after a news conference as part of Obama’s three-day visit to Cuba, in Havana March 21, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Barria