New Uber Safety Feature Lets Boston Riders Quickly Share ETAUber says it's aiming to take the anonymity out of a trip.
Google Will Let Artificial Intelligence Reply To Your EmailGoogle expects its new "smart reply" option to be particularly popular when people are checking emails on smartphones.
Twitter Replaces 'Favorite' Star With 'Like' HeartSay goodbye to favorites on Twitter.
Facebook Apologizes For Battery-Draining App, Releases FixHas your iPhone been losing battery faster than usual? Facebook may be to blame.
Yahoo's Updated Email App Aims To Kill The PasswordThe renovated app will include an option called "Account Key" that allows people to sign into their email without typing in a password.
EMC-Dell Merger To Make Hopkinton Business 'A Lot Larger,' Says CEO“The businesses headquartered here is about to get a lot larger,” Dell CEO Michael Dell told reporters Monday.
I-Team: State Wasting Millions Of Dollars On Electric Car Programs?With the consensus growing that time is running short to address climate change, state leaders are spending millions of dollars to promote clean energy.
Apple Watch Saves Life Of Tabor Academy Football PlayerApple’s new watch is being called a life-saver at Tabor Academy in Marion.
Harvard Business School Launches 'Virtual Classroom' From TV StudioHarvard sought to create a live, online replica of its campus classrooms.
Apple Offers Free Repair For iPhone 6 Plus Blurry PhotosIf you have an iPhone 6 Plus and your photos are coming out blurry, Apple is offering a free repair.
iPhones Shutting Down After Text Message Triggers Software GlitchA newly-discovered glitch in Apple's software can cause iPhones to mysteriously shut down when they receive a certain text message.
Google Maps Turns Into Pac-Man Game For April Fools' DayThe virtual streets of Google Maps are being transformed into Pac-Man's chomping grounds in celebration of April Fools' Day.