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The on-demand e-hail app is expanding options with sedan and black car service.
With all signs pointing to a Google purchase of Twitch, the company behind Justin.tv has shut down the live video service to focus its attention on its popular site for streaming game play.
Android phones and tablets account for more browser usage than iOS for the first time.
Businesses who don’t know how to manage their social media presence should remember that the Internet can be vicious.
Square is focusing on food with its Order app, and a Caviar acquisition could put the payments company over the top.
What's that hashtag mean? You may soon be able to find out.
Amazon and Apple make comic-book fans sad, Yelp lets reviewers add video clips, tablet and smartphone fans let "app rot" set in, and how many tech fans does it take to install a smart bulb? With guests Leah Yamshon and Blake Stimac.
Mobile users in Zambia get free access to services like Wikipedia, Google and Facebook
Sharing economy start-ups are partnering with the White House to be ready for emergencies.
Execs have long used Uber to get to meetings or the airport, but now the car-hailing app is making it easier to expense those rides.
The travel site launched a new option for road warriors to make it easier to find, and pay for, an Airbnb.
An industrious engineer figured out how to see his Uber score, but the company quickly killed the work-around.
Getting packages delivered to your home address may sound convenient. But getting them sent to a location of your own choosing can be even better in many cases.
The best photos on Instagram weren't taken with a smartphone. Make your account stand out by learning how to get photos from your DSLR or point-and-shoot onto Instagram in no time.
In New York, Lyft drivers won’t be regular people accepting donations for rides. They’ll be taxi drivers.