Finding a long-term residential rental in five big cities may get easier in the not-so distant future. After securing new funding, One Rent has announced that plans to expand its residential rental and property management service.
Apple looks set to expand its payments system to mobile websites before the end of the year, reports suggest. The move would allow users of Touch ID-equipped iOS devices to make purchases on shopping sites via the company's Safari browser.
YouTube, it seems, wants to get into the mobile live-streaming game. Reports suggest the business is building an app along the lines of Periscope and Facebook Live that'd let users quickly and easily launch a live broadcast.
Uber is taking its main rival in India to court. The U.S. company accuses Ola of booking and then canceling more than 400,000 rides in an underhand effort to boost its own business by keeping Uber drivers off the road.
Google Maps for iOS now includes the same ride-sharing tab that landed for Android users last week. It means riders in the UK, for example, can now quickly compare estimated fares for several services, including Uber, Gett, and Hailo.
Wireless gaming mice are met with skepticism from most gamers, but Razer’s Mamba has shown the idea can work. Now Logitech is entering the fray, looking to convert doubters with a new wireless flagship.
Kendall Jenner has graced a special digital edition cover of fashion magazine Vogue, in which she discusses the secrets behind her Instagram success that has seen her amass a whopping 64 million followers on the app.
Definitely less expensive than using Sonos speakers in your home, HUB is a new solution for streaming audio to speakers or headphones from a single source. That source can be anything from a mobile device to a home theater receiver.
Facebook is reportedly testing a new feature that will alert you when someone is suspected of impersonating your account by using your name and photo. The function is already available in 75 percent of the world, with plans for further…