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A U.S. District Judge in San Francisco has rejected on-demand transportation company Uber's bid to enforce arbitration agreements on its drivers, clearing the way for a driver lawsuit to go ahead.
Marshawn Lynch has gone virtual. The Seattle Seahawks star running back is sharing his likeness and voice for a villainous character in "Call of Duty: Black Ops III," the next installment of the popular series of first-person shooter video games. That's RIGHT! #BeastMode's in @CallofDuty #BlackOps3....
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What has Apple done with Dr. Dre's Beats since it acquired the music streaming service last year for $3 billion? What's next for iOS and OS X? And what's new with the Apple Watch? All of those questions and more are expected to be answered Monday when Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook takes the stage...
Sony Music Entertainment head Doug Morris has confirmed the music industry's worst-kept secret.
At a UC Berkeley laboratory, engineers are building cockroach-like robots with a noble purpose - search and rescue.
Yahoo is shutting down its Maps site and other tools in the next few weeks.
Satellite-TV carrier Dish Network Corp. finally may have found the merger partner it has been looking for, adding to the wave of consolidation reshaping the nation's media and telecom industries.
Gawker Media editorial employees voted overwhelmingly to unionize Wednesday, making the company the first major online-only media outlet to organize.
For AOL.com, it's all about video.
Fitbit Inc., a maker of wearable activity tracking devices, is looking to raise up to $358 million in an initial public offering, according to a regulatory filing made Tuesday.
College students are returning home for the summer, and if parents are happy to have them home, it's partly because they bring something that has been missing for months: home tech support.
Snapchat Inc. has raised an additional $538 million as it prepares for an initial public offering.
The Broadcom tale of the two Henrys is a study in contrasts: one man deliberate and reserved, the other anything but.
Crack open a consumer drone today and you'll most likely find radio antennae, a camera and sensors all packed separately into the machine, wasting weight and energy.
A federal program that subsidizes phone service for low-income consumers would be overhauled to help expand access to high-speed Internet under a proposal Thursday by the head of the Federal Communications Commission.
Tech industry and securities experts have long said that GoPro needs to offer more. The San Mateo, Calif., company may be the market leader in "action" cameras, but, as critics have pointed out, hardware is a competitive market, and a newcomer with a slightly better, slightly cheaper product could...
Disrupting the lives of millions of Americans, telemarketers and scammers are routinely using technological advances to automatically dial phone numbers and circumvent the popular Do Not Call list.
Forty-six states down, four to go.
California's Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones announced the approval an insurance product from Farmers Insurance on Wednesday that could fill a gap in insurance coverage for drivers of on-demand transportation companies like Uber, Lyft and Sidecar.