Latest Detroit Technology Report
The Ford Fund and United Auto Workers donated $200,000 to help further science, technology, engineering, arts and math in Detroit Public Schools.
A new app could change the face of social media.
Apple iPhone users first complained about “bendgate,” now there are reports on social media that users are dealing with the phones pulling out their hair in an issue that is being called “hairgate.”
A seller on eBay is offering a prototype of the iPhone 6 for sale. Bidding has reached nearly $100,000.
AT&T and Verizon are offering double the data for the same price on some plans in October.
Fiscal year 2014 was a record-setting year for University of Michigan Tech Transfer which recorded a record year of inventions, agreements and start-ups.
Comcast has increased the bandwidth at Comerica Park to allow the Tigers and reporters to share information quicker from the American League Division Series.
Grand Circus is offering a pair of boot camps to help professionals in transitions, and those looking for a new career, can learn how to code.
Apple will reportedly announce it will be offer a a gold version of its iPad later this month.