Jeff Jones' focus at the ride-hailing company will be to "fuse" its marketing message with its global operations, CEO Travis Kalanick says.
Home improvement store Lowe's is testing out a customer service robot that scans inventory and helps customers find products.
Google's social network gets a redesign that might convince people to use it. All users will see the new interface by default.
The European Commission claims Apple paid an effective corporate tax rate of just 0.005 percent in 2014. Apple says the ruling has "no basis in fact or in law."
The EU says Apple didn't pay enough taxes for profits in Europe, but Apple insists it meets its tax obligations and plans to appeal.
Yes, demand for tablets will continue to plummet for the rest of the year, says IDC. The big surprise? Sales will rebound in 2018 as companies shift away from PCs.
Google Maps hasn't made it to the Faroe Islands yet, so one father and son team took matters into their own hands.
After launching in 2013, the on-demand laundry service says it's shutting down immediately.
Select Amazon employees will participate in a pilot program that puts them in the office just 30 hours per week.
Satellite operator SES aims to be the first company to launch a geostationary satellite on a used Falcon 9 orbital rocket booster.
Company sends out invites to its annual fall reveal, Fitbit announces the Charge 2 and Flex 2, and Facebook is in hot water for promoting a false news story.
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