An attempt by ride-sharing app Lyft to launch in New York City hit a speed bump when the state’s Supreme Court granted an injunction preventing the company’s planned launch Friday evening, state officials said.
Online retailing giant Amazon wants permission from the Federal Aviation Administration to test speedy delivery drones outside in the Seattle area.
Chromecast and Roku gadgets accounted for more than half of the video-streaming devices sold in the U.S. in 2013, according to a new survey.
As if it didn’t have its hands in enough product categories already, Samsung will reportedly unveil a virtual-reality headset in September.
Apple has been granted a patent for a method to create all-glass shells for electronic devices, such as iPhones and iPads.
A new iPhone will have a bigger screen, according to a popular YouTube reviewer who contends hes gotten his hands on a production version of the upcoming iPhone 6’s outer screen.
Don’t be surprised if you start to see more people with tablets than laptops — a report Monday said tablet shipments will exceed PCs by 2015.
Venture capitalist and entrepreneur Tim Draper is rolling in bitcoins after winning a U.S. government auction Monday.
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A United Kingdom regulator said it would probe the controversial 2012 Facebook experiment that looked at whether the emotional bent of news feed posts was contagious.
A former female executive at Tinder, the popular dating app, alleges in a lawsuit that two male superiors sexually harassed her through frightening text messages and disparaging comments, then later demoted her because of her gender.
The U.S. Supreme Court has decided not to hear an appeal by Google over whether it violated federal wiretapping law when its Street View mapping cars collected consumers’ personal data.