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The ride-hailing start-up Lyft appoints a new chief operating officer who worked at Amazon.
AWS kicked off the first of 16 meetings with a daylong direct assault on the existing corporate computing business. The Seattle-based cloud giant is now offering features and services for so-called hybrid clouds.
Customer service employees at AT&T call centers sold customers' personal information to third parties over a six-month period ending last April.
An entrepreneur from the early days of web analytics is back. One problem: Domo, as Josh James's new product is called, has competition like he never knew in his first act.
The watch is not suited for tech novices. It is designed for notification-inundated people who want to manage the way the digital world intrudes on their lives.
Hewlett-Packard has decided it cannot compete with the likes of Amazon and Google for one of the hottest new businesses. Instead, on the eve of its split into two companies, HP is learning about collaborative technologies, and not just for its customers.
Vouch Financial is putting a digital-age spin on the old banking concept of using social references to make lending decisions.
Think of Meld as a Nest thermostat for your kitchen. Both add I.Q. points to the (usually) dumb systems in peoples' homes that control different forms of heating -- Nest for the furnace, Meld for the stove.
Data science offers a lot of promise in many fields, but for now, it seems wise to keep human beings in the loop.
Close to a dozen consumer groups are asking the commission to investigate an application recently released by Google, arguing that its ads deceive children.
School administrators say for online learning to be legitimate, the testing has to be monitored. Proctortrack requires the student to sit upright, remain glued to their chair, keep their face fully visible, and a few more things.
The F.C.C. regulations are expected to appear in the Federal Register as early as this week, starting two 60-day countdowns: one until they take effect and the other until a deadline for lawsuits.
New developments offer the latest and perhaps clearest sign yet that American tech giants face intensifying scrutiny in Europe that could curb their profits in the region and affect how they operate around the world.
The aim of Via is to expand its service far beyond the confines of Manhattan.
Alumni from the payments company have established a reputation as the best in Silicon Valley at finding and funding the latest hot product or company.
Scientists say that sharing and mining patient information could accelerate the pace of medical discovery.
More than three dozen chief executives and other senior Silicon Valley leaders issued a joint statement asking all state legislatures to add sexual orientation and gender identity as protected classes to their civil rights laws.
The site that hosts code for programmers had been overwhelmed by traffic that security experts believed came from China's Great Firewall.
The new program from Amazon allows customers to reorder household items like laundry detergent and paper towels with the push of a single physical button.
The Canadian transport minister's enthusiasm for miniature, unmanned aircraft stands in stark contrast to the Federal Aviation Administration’s approach.