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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.
Chinese investments in U.S. businesses, all but nonexistent 15 years ago, now total nearly $50 billion and could reach $200 billion by the end of the decade, according to a new study tracking the accelerating trend.
Ellen Pao, interim chief executive of Reddit, announced last month a ban on salary negotiations at the social media company. Her stated goal: to eliminate the persistent disadvantage that women have at the bargaining table.
Someone shells out hundreds, maybe even thousands of dollars for a smartwatch. Then what? Ariel Vardi doesn't have the answer, but he's confident after spending most of the last decade building games for cellphones that he can entertain people when they look down at a screen on their wrist.
Americans have little faith the government or companies can keep their private records secure online, a new survey by the Pew Research Center shows.
Like rock 'n' rollers getting the band back together, Activision and Harmonix are resurrecting their music-based franchises "Guitar Hero" and "Rock Band," titles that in 2008 at their peak generated more than $1.6 billion in North American sales.
This post was done in partnership with The Wirecutter, a list of the best technology to buy. After testing every flagship Android phone released in the last two years over hundreds of hours, we think the Samsung Galaxy S6 is the best new phone for most people. It looks and feels fantastic, it's...
Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, have donated $5 million to help undocumented immigrants attend college, Zuckerberg said in a post on his Facebook page.
Wireless carrier AT&T could be forced to pay $100 million after the Federal Communications Commission found that the company had slowed data networks for unlimited plan holders without informing them, the agency said Wednesday.
The California labor commissioner's office has determined that a San Francisco-based Uber driver is an employee, not a contractor, of the popular ride-hailing service, according to a document filed in a San Francisco court Tuesday.
For the first time, E3 is allowing fans into its closely watched video gaming convention, starting today.
When it comes to thinking about entrepreneurship, we may be getting only half the picture.
Much of social media involves showing off where we are, whether it's watching a ballgame at Dodger Stadium, meeting Mickey Mouse at Disneyland or eating a pastrami sandwich at Langer's.
At the video game industry's big conference in Los Angeles, it's technology as much as the games that's driving discussions this year.
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to be an Uber driver but don’t want to actually get behind the wheel, there’s now a game for that.
A federal court on Thursday declined to halt implementation of tough new net neutrality regulations.
Dick Costolo is stepping down as chief executive of Twitter effective July 1, the company said Thursday.
Facebook-owned Oculus VR showed off the long-awaited consumer version of its virtual reality headset Thursday, announcing features such as built-in 360-degree audio headphones, a constellation tracking system, an external sensor and a dial that adjusts the distance of the headset's lenses.
In its first action involving the multibillion-dollar crowdfunding industry, the Federal Trade Commission charged that a man used money raised through Kickstarter for rent and other personal expenses instead of producing the board game he promised.
Google’s Chief Executive Larry Page has announced the tech giant’s latest moonshot, a new company whose mission is to revolutionize urban life.