Massive fine for Uber
Colorado is forcing Uber to pay nearly $9 million after the state found out the company greenlighted drivers with felony and assault histories.
Google CEO to 'drop everything' over emoji debate
Google's big cheese is ready to put everything aside to tackle the debate over hamburger emojis that ignited on Twitter over the weekend.
Experts issue Wi-Fi security warning
Computer experts say they have identified a serious vulnerability in any technology that connects to a Wi-Fi network.
Winning streak ends for 'Jeopardy!' champion Austin Rogers
And it is time for "Pop news." We're going to begin with Austin Rogers, Austin, you did such a great job but the run has come to an end. Wasn't he great, though? The bartender from New York City whose, well, quirkiness helped skyrocket him to fame and ended the 12-game winning streak and not by
'Real Biz With Rebecca Jarvis': Microsoft CEO talks new book
Satya Nadella, the CEO of Microsoft, talks about his new book, "Hit Refresh."
J.Lo donates $1M to hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico
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Equifax breached months prior than admitted
The Wall Street Journal reports that hackers broke into Equifax computers two months earlier than the company disclosed.
Digital voice assistants Alexa and Cortana team up
In today's tech site Alexa and court Carrick teaming up near the two voice assistance will soon be able to work together. That means Amazon echo owners will be able to use Microsoft court and a features and vice Versa it's seen as a major shift in the competitive voice assistant market. And the
Iowa deputy falls ill after breathing carbon monoxide
Plus, Cape Cod beach swallows a car, and billionaire Paul Allen and marine research team find the wreckage of USS Indianapolis.
Amazon 'Instant Pickup' takes on your local convenient store
Users can place their order for basic supplies via the app and can collect as quickly as two minutes later.