Lyft’s carpooling service is popular in five U.S. cities, according to the ride-hailing company. The announcement comes as Lyft launched Line in Toronto.
Australia’s privacy commissioner is going to investigate Facebook after data on thousands of Australians were among those misused by Cambridge Analytica.
New York City has rescinded the ban on pedal-assist bicycles as well as those that run on electricity at speeds of less than 20 mph.
Google has reinvented Android Wallet and Google Wallet into Google Pay. Now, Google Assistant is able to send and receive money via voice commands.
Mozilla pauses advertising on Facebook following the recent controversy but may resume when the social network strengthens its default privacy settings.
Amazon also released another Alexa update called the "Follow Up Mode" last March.
Apple updates its latest iOS software in hopes of knocking off data privacy invasion. But users remain dismayed as Siri malfunctions.
Four months into production, AmazonBasics stashes thousands of power banks, citing reasons of chemical burns and property damages.
Cryptocurrency regulations have been a constant hot topic. To add the cherry on top, Google decides to ban cryptocurrency ads starting June.
Having an MBA program may have some positive effects on employability and career advancement especially on the entrepreneurial side.