On Thursday, a site-specific search on Google for trip.uber.com produced dozens of links to Uber rides that have been completed and cancelled, in countries around the world including the U.S., England, Russia, France and Mexico.
Mobile applications aimed at children are doing a better job in recent years of disclosing their privacy practices, but many apps still lack basic information, according to a U.S. Federal Trade Commission survey.
Nothing special to see here, though it does have stereo speakers.
But is this even needed, since tests have shown the Apple Watch performing better than its waterproof rating even without a case?
Don't be afraid to get rid of your cable. Streaming and download services will ensure that you don't miss any of your favorite shows or movies.
Just as it did with 'advanced messaging,' T-Mobile is attempting to push enhanced features ahead of other carriers.
The new app for Android and iOS makes it easier to discover and contribute 360-degree images from around the globe.
We'll finally get to see the truth behind all those rumors that both LG and Huawei are building a new Nexus smartphone.
Here's how bringing the Internet of Things into your home can help you keep danger at bay.
It's not the prettiest watch out there, but Tizen OS offers some neat tricks that Android Wear currently doesn't.
With the first Steam Machine consoles coming soon, Valve is preparing a new version of its TV-friendly Big Picture mode.
It runs Tizen, but it's actually a nice change from all the other Android Wear watches out there.
SleepSense joins a growing number of on-bed sleep trackers, though its connection to Samsung TVs and appliances could be its standout feature.
Skype 6.0 for Android and iOS is an overdue improvement adding new interface features that are specific to each platform.
The Shopperz adware program uses a cunning technique to make DNS (Domain Name System) hijacking harder to detect and fix.
Drones are becoming big business but regulations surrounding them are still being decided. We asked DJI how that could impact the market.
Fully functional quantum computers are still a dozen years off, which is why Intel needs to invest in fundamental research now, according to CEO Brian Krzanich.