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Massachusetts examining how Uber, Lyft cater to the disabled

The attorney general's examination will consider physical, visual or hearing related impairments

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Homejoy's loss could be Google's gain

As Homejoy shuts down its home services business, employees reportedly move to Google

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IBM Watson's next trick: Helping you write better

Tone Analyzer can help tweak the attitude in that email before you hit 'send'

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Microsoft snaps up FieldOne to enrich Dynamics CRM

The move is a 'no-brainer,' one analyst says

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One Ubuntu PC maker is kicking Adobe Flash off its Linux systems

Citing security and irrelevance, System76 stops bundling Flash with Firefox, and recommends that all customers purge the plug-in from their systems.

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Facebook's Internet.org could face regulation in India

An Indian government committee has objected to content and application providers acting as gatekeepers for Internet access

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BitTorrent teams with Onehub for 'hybrid' enterprise file-sharing service

Onehub Sync aims to combine the best of the cloud and peer-to-peer worlds

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Here's how Google wants you to buy stuff on mobile

Users can search for hoodies and buy an Under Armour item from the search results page

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SAP gives SQL Anywhere a fresh IoT injection

Version 17 can tailor its performance to a wide variety of IoT platforms

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Uber settles suit over girl killed by driver

The terms of the settlement in the 2013 incident are confidential

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With fresh cash in hand, HackerRank wants to be the 'default resume' for coders

The site's coding challenges help the best programmers rise to the top

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Workday bets on machine learning with new venture fund

It has already invested in four data-science startups

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To Hillary Clinton, Uber is a double-edged sword

The presidential candidate also issued a stern warning to tech executives

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Nest, Amazon and their IoT ilk spark privacy concerns

A privacy group is calling for an investigation by the U.S. FTC and DOJ

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Uber argues in court that drivers want independence, flexibility

The ride-hailing company received support from over 400 drivers and a law professor