As demand for Uber grows in Beijing, the company has launched a new "People's Uber" ride-sharing service at rates below its own UberX.
The social network for professional schmoozing wants the entire global workforce to sign on to its service.
The nothing-to-lose offer comes amid the reverberations following Instagram's changes to its terms of service and subsequent backpedaling on the issue.
Shares of former high-flying Internet game maker finish the day just pennies above their all-time low.
The company's stock, which has been on a tear as of late, rises after an analyst says it still has lots of room to grow.
The absence of iPhone 5 news put investors off yesterday. Now we'll have to see if there's any lingering effect from that bout of disappointment.
Lawsuit claims the search giant's financial statements have been "misleading" because they didn't include revenue generated from Canadian drug ads displayed in U.S.
Twitter's new "Dickbar" isn't as dirty as it sounds, but it sure gets in the way. We also profile the happiest man in America, demo iBoobs for Android, and introduce Kodak's Deal of the Day: a Dell laptop for $549!
Tapping into the GPU's power for more than just graphics work is a major trend in computing. Now Amazon Web Services is jumping into the market with a GPU-based service.
Who hasn't wanted to make a chocolate bar with the toppings of his or her choice? Well, now you can, thanks to German start-up Chocri.