We’re serving up today’s piping-hot tech news bites.
If you like big phones and you cannot lie, Apple will begin making bigger iPhones next month, Bloomberg reports.
Speaking of Apple, new executive Angela Ahrendts writes LinkedIn piece titled “Starting Anew,” talks about humility, instincts, professional relationships.
SunPower will offer battery storage to power houses at night with electricity generated by solar during the day.
Fighting big money with money: Steve Wozniak, Peter Thiel, Reid Hoffman, Fred Wilson and others are backing Mayday, a new political action committee.
Google is testing a domain registration service.
New Verizon math? Chromebook users who were promised two years of free broadband service reportedly are only getting a year.
In yet another battle with a content provider, Amazon to resume pre-orders of Warner Bros. studio titles.
Local tech entrepreneur, 19 and female, to be featured in documentary “She Started It.” Last year, the Daily News’ Jason Green wrote about Entefy, the company Brienne Ghafourifar co-founded with her brother.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer reportedly overslept before a big meeting with ad execs, kept them waiting for a couple of hours.
A shot in the arm for immigration reform after Kevin McCarthy’s rise to House majority leader? FWD.us president thinks so.
Photo of Angela Ahrendts, former Burberry CEO and now Apple’s resident fashion guru, by Mark Lennihan/Associated Press archives