In a major step that could ultimately have widespread implications for the sharing economy, a California judge has granted class action status to a lawsuit aimed at getting Uber to recognize its drivers as employees and not as independent contractors.
Acer's expanded computing line only adds to its currently varied portfolio. The R11 Chromebook, R13 Convertible Notebook, Aspire V Nitro, and Revo Build series all demonstrate Acer's attempts at achieving a more personalized computing experience
Netflix has finally arrived in Japan, a country with huge revenue potential for the video streaming company. However, it's clearly done its research, choosing to launch the service in a slightly manner than usual.
Leaked papers detailing Julian Assange's life inside the Ecuadorean Embassy reveal a sometimes tense atmosphere, with talk of "clashes with embassy staff, concerns over Assange’s psychological health, and potential escape plans."
Indie studios Millennium Films and Nu Image have filed a lawsuit against Popcorn Time users who accessed the Pierce Brosnan-starring film. The studios claim that users are at fault as the service did include a warning against watching illegal content.
Hot on the heels of the Core i7-6700K and i5-6600K, Intel has announced a massive lineup of 6th-gen "Skylake" processors at IFA 2015. They span mobile and desktop, from extremely powerful quad-cores to power-sipping Core M chips.
Keeping up with the upcoming NFL season will be a little bit easier thanks to CBS. The network will live stream two regular season NFL games for the first time this season, as well as four playoff games and the Super Bowl.