It may be one of the most ubiquitous companies around, but that doesn't mean Uber is doing all that...well. At least, not when it comes to making a profit. Bloomberg reports that Uber has already lost $1.27 billion this year.
Luxury yacht 108M is named after its impressive size, 108 meters or approximately 350 feet. The yacht concept features a garden, floor to ceiling windows in the grand hall, and even its own private beach.
Orlando's new tourism app is powered by IBM's Watson AI, which acts as your very own digital travel assistant. The more you interact with the app using detailed speech and text search requests, the more it will cater its results…
Amazon sure is getting a taste for these brick-and-mortar bookstore openings. Having opened its first in Seattle last fall followed by two others, the company says it now has plans for a fourth location, this time in Chicago.
Twitter is charging brands $500,000 for Promoted Stickers ad campaigns, claims a new report. The marketing feature was launched earlier this month in conjunction with a high-profile partnership with Pepsi.
In possibly the last city for its gigabit fiber, Google Fiber announced sign-ups for Salt Lake City. Faced with challenges, time, and expense of burying cables, Google may switch to high-speed wireless elsewhere.
Hoping to improve your mobile photography? A new leak shows off the Hasselblad Moto Mod camera module, which will attach to the Moto Z and could seriously improve the quality of photos being taken with the smartphone.
U.S. Cellular's new Shared Connect plans bump up data allotments, but at cost: Most are more expensive than the tiers they're replacing. The carrier also debuted new data controls for multi-line plans.