Uber and Lyft drivers are often at the whims of the app that dictates what rides are coming in. The idea was to give drivers the ultimate in work flexibility — sign on to work when you want and then.. Business Insider
We’re far from the Jetson’s flying car that folds into a suitcase kind of technology, but at least were closing in. Until then, you can have a smacircle S1 eBike that can be folded in a few easy.. autoevolution
Legendary Apple designer Marc Newson has unveiled his latest product: an egg timer.
And it costs $12,000 (£9,300).
The 53-year-old Australian has collaborated with watch website.. Business Insider
There's a lot of advice for startup entrepreneurs who are pitching venture capitalists for funding for the first time. But VCs don't often talk about how many emails they get, and how impossible it is.. Business Insider
An accounting mistake means that Uber has been short-changing its drivers in New York City for years.
On Tuesday, the company announced that it will be repaying drivers "tens of millions" after it.. Business Insider
Facebook users can get away with posting a wide range of controversial material, according to internal documents obtained and published by The Guardian.
The "Facebook Files" — a selection of more.. Business Insider
Amazon has trademarked the slogan "No Lines. No Checkout. (No, Seriously.)" with the Intellectual Property Office in the UK.
The official trademark was filed by the Seattle-headquartered company on.. Business Insider
TOKYO: Toyota has its sights set on a Blade Runner future as the Japanese automaker backs a move to launch a flying car in time for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. The company is giving about 42.5 million yen.. WorldNews
You may think flying cars are just a pipe dream, but it appears Toyota, which has a huge plant in Burnaston, is taking the idea seriously. The Japanese car giant has backed a small start-up from Tokyo.. Burton Mail
I have a confession to make: My son has a smartphone.
That may not seem like a big deal. After all, it's hard to find a teen who doesn't one these days. But it was a major move for our family —.. Business Insider
Airbus has revealed a trip in its flying taxi will cost ‘the equivalent of a normal taxi’ - from $1.50 to $2.50. The firm is set to release a working craft in 2020 to alleviate the ever-growing.. MailOnline
Airbus engineers working at a lab in San Jose say they’ve designed a flying car that they’d like to begin testing by the end of the year. The company’s A3 (pronounced “A cubed”) division this.. bizjournals
Airbus is inching closer to the very first test flight of its electric aircraft and says a ride in the vehicle will be as cheap "as taking a taxi" per mile.
Airbus' Silicon Valley arm is developing.. Business Insider
Good morning! Here is the tech news you need to know this Friday.
*1. Facebook was fined €110 million (£94 million) by the European Commission.* The fine was issued because Facebook provided.. Business Insider
An Uber employee claimed he was fired last year after he complained to the company's HR department about the treatment of women on his team, investigative news source Reveal reported, citing public.. Business Insider
There are already a lot of companies that call themselves the "Uber for trucking" — and now Uber itself is one of them.
On Thursday, the $69 billion ride-hailing giant officially launched Uber.. Business Insider
Acura’s TLX has received some extensive updates for 2018. The aim of the updates was to inject some much-needed excitement into the otherwise competent sedan. Find out if Acura hit its mark in our.. MotorAuthority
Japanese tech behemoth SoftBank has raised another $1 billion for its enormous $100 billion tech fund, which is being billed as the largest fund of its kind in the world.
The latest $1 billion for.. Business Insider
The idea of flying cars has likely been around since first vehicles began putting the world on wheels. However, despite leaps and bounds in technology, the flying car is still largely a pipe.. MotorAuthority
One of Silicon Valley's fundamental beliefs is that everyone in tech is working on something that could change the world.
In truth, most of the 2 million apps in the app store do no such thing. But.. Business Insider