Why frustrated and unhappy drivers won’t stop working for Uber.
As existing drivers protest outside the Uber offices, prospective drivers continue to line up in the offices to sign up for the service.
Drivers welcome the ability to opt out of less lucrative fares but continue their strike in hopes of returning the Uber X fare to its pre-summer price.
Testing the labor market. “Uber is not doing anything — it’s only an application on our phones.”
The search giant comes out in favor of net neutrality for the first time since 2010.
Just a few hours after Apple unveiled the Apple Watch, Timex took the opportunity to promote their own “phone-free” smart watch.
I asked some friends outside of the tech world what they thought about the Apple event and the new products the company unveiled today.
The launch of Apple’s new products is eclipsing day two of TechCrunch Disrupt.
“Did the experiment fail?” asks Morin in an interview with BuzzFeed News. “Maybe.”
The music streaming app Rdio is shifting away from its paid subscription model.
There are grounds for a lawsuit, a top tech lawyer says. But it would probably be a very bad idea.
Hyperlapse is now available in the App Store.
A new study finds that Chinese censors target potential calls to action rather than anti-government criticism.
Bruce Yang was inspired to create Sobrr after a drunken night in Las Vegas. His target audience? High schoolers.
Users of the vacation rental site HomeAway keep falling victim to phishing scams, many of which involve the seventh largest bank in the world: Barclays Bank UK.
This is what terms of service and online privacy confusion looks like.