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The ride-hailing company agreed to buy the core operations of Motivate, which offers bicycle rentals in eight United States cities.
Tesla’s stock price rose after the automaker said it turned out 5,000 of the mass-market sedans last week, a threshold it has said is crucial to reaching profitability.
From MoviePass to Alamo Drafthouse, more companies are getting into the ticket subscription business. Here’s a survey of some of the most prominent.
In addition to supplying highway mileage, Google can calculate the shortest distance between two locations.
With big ambitions in India, the retail giant has recruited hundreds of small businesses to get packages to the most remote customers — including those 11,562 feet up in the Himalayas.
The World Health Organization has made “internet gaming” a diagnosable disorder. But many experts aren’t even sure it exists.
A stock buyout deal would make Dell public once again, although with its founder, Michael S. Dell, and the investment firm Silver Lake firmly in control.
A defamation lawsuit may expose the creators of the account, called Diet Madison Avenue, that published the names of alleged harassers in the ad industry.
Ripple, a start-up company, is sitting on $30 billion of its digital token, XRP. It is trying to get people to think of XRP as more than an investment.
Scrambling to turn out its first mass-market electric car, the automaker set up multiple assembly lines and is changing production processes on the fly.
Federal officials said the man said he made the threat because he was “angry” about the repeal of net neutrality regulations.
Security companies are hoping to harness the potential of A.I., promising better service at lower prices. But experts say there are risks.
Driven by the needs of the financial industry, researchers are working on ways to manage vast computer systems down to 100 billionths of a second.
The use of facial recognition to identify the suspect in the shooting at a community newspaper chain in Maryland revealed how pervasive the technology has become in law enforcement.
The company has a sunny new home in New York City.
This week alone, the e-commerce giant made news in pharmaceuticals, supermarket pricing and deliveries.
A company’s app may offer more features than a visit to its site through the browser on your phone or tablet, but it may take up more space and resources on your device.
The attempt to provide regulatory oversight of the tech industry’s data collection is considered the most comprehensive in the nation.
A Senate committee voted in favor of the Music Modernization Act, moving it one step closer to becoming law. It aims to modernize the analog-era music copyright law.
The social media companies, under fire for allowing misinformation, unveiled new tools meant to improve transparency before the midterm elections.