Amazon now delivers local grub in Manhattan via its Prime Now service

Amazon Prime members can now order baked goods, prepared meals, and groceries from a few local establishments through Prime Now. For now the new local deliveries are only available in Manhattan, but will expand to other Prime Now cities…

Tech cities top list of 25 best places to find a job

They may not be Silicon Valley in California or Silicon Alley in New York, but there's certainly a trend within Glassdoor's list of the "25 Best Cities for Jobs" — they lean towards tech.
Social Media

Delta enlists Keyboard Cat, Double Rainbow Dude, Dramatic Chipmunk for new safety video

For its latest in-flight safety video, Delta Air Lines has called on some of the best Internet memes to make a cameo. While entertaining, Delta says the intention is to capture passengers' attention during an important moment.

The User Is My Mom will review your site for $75

Ascribing to the idea that if your mom can't figure it out, it's probably too complicated, one mother is braving the depths of the Internet to review your website, all for the bargain price of $75.
Home Theater

Time Warner Cable may have found a buyer in French telecom Altice

French telecom Altice is purchasing U.S. cable company Suddenlink and entertaining a bid for Time Warner Cable, according to sources. It'll likely face competition from Charter and others.
Social Media

Facebook Messenger video calling is now available in nearly every country

After first launching in 18 countries last month, Facebook Messenger video calling is now available to users worldwide through the Facebook iOS and Android apps, as well as the Messenger website.

Drunk Shopping helps sloshed shoppers make poor purchasing decisions online

Drunk Shopping, a service that describes itself as "the shopping experience that delights in sloppy judgement," happily sends you ideas for pointless stuff to buy each time you return home from a boozy night out. Yes, it does sound like a…

Google gears up to unveil long-awaited standalone photo service

Google is gearing up to launch its long-awaited standalone photo service. Breaking free from Google+, the revamped offering will let users store and share images, and combine photos to create short animations and panoramas, with new…

Critics accuse Internet.org of violating net neutrality

Despite its attempts to masquerade as a benevolent all-access pass to the Internet, the controversial Internet.org is drawing criticism once again for flying in the face of net neutrality.

New Chrome extension from Google yells at nearby computers to transfer data

An experimental new extension from Google sends URLs between computers using sound, in a manner of speaking. Its application may be limited, but the effect is undeniably cool.

PayPal slammed with $25 million fine for lying to customers about buying on credit

PayPal has been ordered to pay $25 million in refunds and government fines by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau after an investigation was launched into the company signing up customers for credit lines they did not ask for.

Tweets fly back into Google search results after four years of exile

Google announced a partnership with Twitter that'll see real-time tweets added to search results. The move represents a reversal of the search giant's previous stance, which saw tweets removed in 2011.