Following a tussle with the TLC, mobile car service startup Uber officially discontinued taxi service in New York.
stories by Jennifer Van Grove
A simple letter sent by the New York Tech Meetup to President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney got the candidates to discuss their policies around startups and the technology community at large.
It may not be the greenest way to communicate with your elders, but a new device called messageQube could go long way in breaking down technological and communication barriers between youngsters and seniors, as well as doctors and ailing patients.
Providence Equity Partners closed the sale of its 10 percent stake in Hulu for $200 million.
The Federal Trade Commission is leaning toward suing Google for antitrust violations in search, according to multiple reports.
Scratch Instagram from the list of brand name applications making their way over to RIM's BlackBerry 10 platform.
Facebook recently introduced two consumer-facing products designed to help it bring in more dough. One looks to be a money-making bonanza while the other seems to have flop written all over it.
Thursday, Facebook experienced technical difficulties in parts of Europe. Proclaimed Anonymous security leader Anonymous Own3r claimed responsibility for the downtime, but the social network denied an attack took place.
To post a quote, video, link, chat, text, photo, or audio? That's not the question on Photoset, an all-new single purpose iOS application from mini blog company Tumblr.
Editor's Pick BlackBerry 10 is late. Late for its originally scheduled release date, and even later to a mobile revolution that some say has already been won by Google and Apple. But the word "late" doesn't seem to be in RIM's lexicon.
TweetDeck updated today with a lighter, brighter color scheme, a number of incremental improvements to help power users make the most of their columns, and one noticeable flaw that prevents people from viewing all of their mentions in the order they received them.
BlackBerry 10, the hyped mobile operating system that could resurrect the Research in Motion brand, is still months away from reaching consumers. Thousands of developers, however, were given early access to the platform to build BlackBerry 10-ready applications.
Next week, Verizon Wireless' 4G LTE service will take the unprecedented step of landing in its 400th market, showing the company's dominance in next-generation wireless service.
Solving the gigantic problem brought on by the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) movement is by no means no simple.
In business for over a decade, car sharing network Zipcar has embraced mobile, driven forward by a generation of people 35 and under who prefer 4G to V8.
Editor's Pick MySpace might be a joke to many. But it is no laughing matter for Tim and Chris Vanderhook, brothers not grim about the social network's chances at a full-fledged comeback.
Despite what you may think, we journalists actually know a thing or two about the topics we cover. Bing really gets that, as the number two search engine now features our names as experts alongside your search results.
Avant garde brands using Tumblr can turn to Union Metrics to dive into the activity data of the startup's eclectic audience.
The coffee conglomerate officially launched Passbook integration Thursday. The update allows Starbucks mobile users on iPhone and iPod to store their digital cards in Passbook for quick and easy mobile payments.
Mixing politics and email sounds even worse than discussing religion on a first date. But for bold souls who want the world to know where they stand, the email signature experts at WiseStamp have just the thing.