Uber hopes to attract Starwood customers through the program
The new rule goes into effect in a couple weeks
'Family friendly' ads for the app will undergo a rigorous review process, Google says
The Federal Anti-Monopoly Service of Russia has begun an inquiry into Google's business practices, according to the company.
Attendees at Yahoo's mobile developer conference had good things to say about its new tools
The company's new data exchange is catching on, but its prospects for sharing with the goverment are less clear
The company holds its first-ever mobile developer conference this week
TweetDeck users can give others access to an account without providing the account password.
Revleap says it can get businesses good reviews on Yelp
Helpouts, launched in 2013, never caught on
Facebook paid an outside developer $12,500 for discovering the flaw, which could have been catastrophic for the social network.
Niche helps online stars on services like Vine to find advertisers
The emails posted on a Bush website included personal data such as Social Security numbers.
Account compromises are likely to continue unless businesses get smarter about security
The investigation was closed late last year, Google said Monday