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$25 a month for a ticket to up to one concert a day. That’s the offer from Jukely, a technology start-up that’s bundling concert tickets at a bargain price with the aim of exposing music fans to new acts while extracting at least some revenue out of tickets that would otherwise go...
Security threats to mobile phones grew more diverse and sophisticated around the globe in 2014, while the U.S. in particular saw a surge in the number of encounters with "ransomware," according to a new report.
An Uber driver has been charged with sexually assaulting a passenger in Chicago, the second such case there in less than three weeks.
Soylent Co., the Los Angeles start-up that makes a powdery food substance with a sweeping nutritional composition, has raised $20 million in additional venture capital, the company announced Wednesday.
Facebook is introducing Amber Alerts to its mobile and desktop platform, the social network announced on Tuesday.
Tinder, the West Hollywood-based dating app, announced Monday it will buy Tappy, a disappearing-photo messenging app similar to Snapchat.
Spotify added 2.5 million subscribers in the last two months of 2014 to reach 15 million subscribers overall, the music streaming app announced Monday.
Matt Romano’s Christmas present two years ago from his parents seemed dull at first, but it has since lit up an experiment that’s among the first looking at how the entertainment industry navigates a pair of new technology frontiers...
Much of geekdom is still waiting with bated breath for the Apple Watch to be released, which should happen early this year. If the product is as big a smash as the iPhone or the iPod, it could turn smartwatches from novelty items into mainstream accessories.
If your child is too young to have a phone, how about a robot?
Teaching kids to talk tech is all the rage these days. It's not uncommon to see coding listed among the languages offered at schools. But tech-powered playthings mostly offer a passive experience with the underlying technology.
The Federal Trade Commission ended a nearly yearlong inquiry into Yelp's business practices and its recommendation software without taking any action, the company said in a blog post.
The Typo detachable keyboard case -- you know, the one that looks like a BlackBerry and was thus sued by BlackBerry -- is back after a redesign.
Struggling teen fashion retailer Wet Seal said Wednesday that it was closing 338 of its retail stores and would lay off 3,695 full and part-time employees.
CES has gone to the dogs.
Sony offered disgruntled gamers a “holiday thank you” to ring in the New Year, extending PlayStation Plus memberships and offering a one-time discount after a Christmastime cyber attack left its networks offline.
Snapchat Inc., among a pack of elite technology startups that has attained a valuation of $10 billion or more, capped the year with a filing that disclosed it raised $485.6 million.
A driver for the ride-hailing service Uber has been charged with sexual assault after allegedly picking 22-year old woman back in November assaulting her, prosecutors said on Tuesday.
This morning let it be noted:
So much for the Christmas spirit. Sony’s PlayStation Network and Microsoft’s Xbox Live continued to battle network errors Friday morning after hackers attacked the gaming networks on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.