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Lyft hit by five more alleged sexual assault, rape cases in one day
Lyft was hit with five more lawsuits on Tuesday by women who allege they were sexually assaulted or raped by drivers on its platform.
SpaceX wants to beam internet across the southern U.S. by late 2020
SpaceX wants to become one of the world's largest internet providers by deploying a constellation of thousands of satellites to beam broadband from space. And it wants to get it done fast.
Facebook will soon announce the first members of its oversight board
Facebook will soon name the first members of a new oversight board designed to hold the platform more accountable in its content moderation decisions, the company said Tuesday as it released a charter governing the fledgling institution.
Amazon bets users will pay up for high-definition music streaming
Amazon just unveiled its latest attempt to attract customers in the crowded music streaming market: high-quality audio.
iOS 13 is coming this week: Here's what to expect
After months of waiting, Apple's new software update for iPhones is almost here.
Demand for the new iPhone 11 appears to be off to a good start
Somewhere in Cupertino, Apple executives are probably breathing sighs of relief — if not celebrating — as demand for the new iPhone 11 appears to be off to a good start.
The Pixel 4 is coming. Google announces October 15 event
The Pixel 4 is coming soon: Google has sent members of the press an invitation to an October 15 "Made by Google" event at which it's expected to unveil the new smartphone.
Apple Arcade could change how mobile apps do business
Pac-Man. Lego. Sonic the Hedgehog. An apocalyptic world where you work to survive along with the help of your trusty dog, Frosty.
Snapchat launches political ads library as 2020 election ramps up
Snapchat launched a political ads library as the mobile app becomes a campaign tool for 2020 candidates.
The iPhone camera says everything about smartphones in 2019
Smartphones are boring now. Every year they stay expensive and get minor upgrades.
Long Island City tries to move on after Amazon HQ2 debacle
It's been more than half a year since Amazon decided to scrap plans to build a second headquarters in Long Island City. The aftershocks of that decision can still be felt in this community.
Bob Iger steps down from Apple's board as Disney becomes a competitor
Disney CEO Bob Iger resigned from Apple's board of directors Friday, just as the two companies are becoming streaming media competitors.
WeWork has become poster child for everything wrong with tech unicorns
WeWork was supposed to be one of the most high-profile Wall Street debuts of the year. Instead, it's rapidly shaping up to be one of the most high-profile IPO debacles in recent memory.
House antitrust probe of Big Tech seeks documents from Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google
Congressional investigators on Friday called on Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google to produce a sweeping list of financial records and business documents, opening a new chapter in a "top-to-bottom" antitrust review of the tech industry.
WeWork makes sweeping corporate governance changes in advance of its IPO
WeWork's parent company said Friday it would make substantial changes to the oversight of its business after investors voiced dissatisfaction with the unusual governance structure ahead of a planned IPO.
California lawmakers ban facial-recognition software from police body cams
California lawmakers on Thursday temporarily banned state and local law enforcement from using facial-recognition software in body cameras, as the most populous US state takes action against the technology.
Uber pulls its Jump bikes from two cities
Uber is shutting down its electric bike business in two more cities amid a difficult stretch for the company that's included two rounds of layoffs and record losses.
Amazon will hold a product launch event later this month
Amazon said Thursday that it will hold a press event later this month in Seattle, where the company is headquartered.
The Apple Watch's secret weapon is its new price
Almost exactly five years ago, Apple unveiled its smartwatch. It was the company's first new hardware product after Steve Jobs' death. People were quick to call it a flop.
GameStop CEO says company is in 'a tough place' and needs to change
GameStop's new CEO, George Sherman, says the company "is in a tough place" and "needs to make some changes" to keep up with the video game industry.