Yahoo Japan is about to know a lot more about you.
George Deeb said the era of startup incubators is over. His “excubator” program offers the services of 5 digital agencies as a bundle to support startups for the long-term, assuming they can afford it.
UrbanBound wants to ease the pain of the employee relocation process, and for that it’s earned $5 million in funding
The powers that be in Chicago have proposed new regulations that, if passed, would mean lights out for startup Uber and its mobile system for booking and paying for black car service.
A scandal squashed. Yes, Uber’s Chicago taxi service faces opposition in Chicago, but the attacks are coming from parties with an agenda and not city officials.
Getaround has some high-profile supporters in its corner. The peer-to-peer car sharing service recently raised $13.9 million from investors like Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer, has expanded to Chicago with the help of its mayor, Rahm Emanuel.
Sprint will launch 4G LTE high-speed data in another 100 cities, including New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Boston, in the “coming months.”
It could be another case of inappropriate teen behavior on social media. But this time, it’s not just a relatively harmless video of teens partying or sexting: It’s a deadly, alleged attack on a disabled 62-year-old father who was collecting bottles for extra money.
As our DEMO world tour rolls on, we continue to add more stops along the way. Next up is Chicago where we’ll be on February 27.
London commuters have something new to cheer now that their city is the latest to get a free route-planner iPhone app from Pandav. The app, called Ride London Tube, lets users plan trips on mass transit with a deceptively simple touch interface.
Daily deals juggernaut Groupon has just launched Groupon Now, a spinoff service which looks to break its traditional deal-a-day model and offer real-time deals based simply on the user’s location.