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Forget Silicon Valley. Never mind Halt and Catch Fire. The history of technology provides ample source material for your next big-screen blockbuster.
Lyft says that Uber employees have ordered and cancelled thousands of Lyft rides since last fall, hurting its business.
The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has posted a bulletin warning of the risks associated with the virtual currency, including exposure to hackers and scammers. Bitcoin advocates say it paints an incomplete picture.
Or to put it another way: A survey by the entertainment industry trade magazine found that YouTube stars are more popular among teenagers than movie, TV, and music celebrities.
I shared meals cooked by strangers and didn’t die. Thank you, technology.
Broadband Internet speeds can vary widely from state to state according to research from Broadview Networks.
For now, the app just stores gift cards and loyalty cards. But we think the company eventually wants to run every transaction through your Amazon account.
When malware masquerades as a feature enhancement, some users inevitably get duped.
Tilt's partnership with ESPN is part of its efforts to be more than just a site for crowdfunding projects.
You'll be able to get books the same day you order them from Barnes & Noble -- assuming you're living in the three cities where Google is offering the service through Google Shopping Express.
The one-two punch of consumers' eagerness to share their opinions and their unfamiliarity with business contracts spells opportunity for big data
Every social network is on board with group chat, but in Pinterest’s case it actually makes sense.
The ebook subscription service wants to take a page from physical bookstores by adding a human element to its recommendation and book discovery features.
Near-instant gratification is now available in 12 markets, provided you get your order in early enough.
The revamped, relaunched Foursquare aims to take on Yelp with tips you didn’t even knew you needed.