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Uber is now a driverless vehicle, after CEO Travis Kalanick stepped down Tuesday.
These are the twelve Android apps that Google saw fit to honor in 2017.
Facebook must pay a €110 million (US$123 million) for misleading the European Commission during an investigation of its takeover of WhatsApp.
Google is making it easier for people to dash off a quick email reply from Gmail on their smartphones using contextually-aware, computer-generated responses via the app for iOS and Android.
Cars driving for ride-hailing service Lyft may soon sport lidar sensors alongside the pink logo and Amp dash display.
Uber operates a transport service, not a software service, and so can be subject to taxi licensing regulations, the Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the European Union has advised.
Microsoft showed the Arccos Caddie app at build to demonstrate the data-crunching powers of its Azure cloud service—in this case, collecting data to help you play better golf.
It could put an end to end-to-end encryption: The U.K. government wants telecommunications providers to help it tap their customers' communications, removing any encryption the provider applied.
Uber Technologies is reportedly under a criminal investigation by federal prosecutors in the U.S. over its use of secret software, which helped the company avoid officials seeking rides to investigate the ride-hailing service, according to news reports Thursday.
Drivers in France might be able to blame terrorists for their next speeding ticket, as police there crack down on mobile apps warning of their presence.
In its bid to boost digital payments, India introduced Bhim, a smartphone app that lets users make cashless payments and transfer funds.
Instagram continues to replicate Snapchat features, including pinning stickers to videos.
Google has introduced in two Indian cities a new app that aggregates local providers of food delivery and home service
You can sync reminders between an Android device and a Windows 10 PC, share files and more – if you have the right apps. We’ll tell you how to make it work.
Dropbox Paper users will now be able to edit their documents offline while using mobile devices, thanks to an update released Tuesday.