Set-Top Boxes Soon To Be Rental-Free, If It's Up To Obama, Of Course
U.S. President Barack Obama is throwing his support behind an initiative that is aimed at fully phasing out the rental fees of cable set-top boxes.
Mark Zuckerberg Unveils Bold 10-Year Facebook Plan, Delivers Most Politically Charged Speech To Date
In a bold address to an audience of thousands of developers, Facebook CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg laid out a massive 10-year plan to connect the world.
Yahoo! Takeover Grows More Intense As New Bidder Emerges; Verizon To Remain As Bidder To Beat?
As Yahoo! prepares to select its chosen bidder, a new viable suitor has emerged. Verizon, however, remains as the potential buyer to beat.
Starbucks Customer Deeply Offended By Insensitive 'Diabetes' Note On His Drink [PHOTOS]
A Florida Starbucks customer was deeply offended when a barista wrote "Diabetes here I come" on his White Chocolate Mocha beverage.
'Uber For Women' Coming To Boston - But Is It Legal?
A gender-exclusive ride-sharing service, Chariot for Women, is poised to arrive in Boston April 19. While many have lauded the measures it has in place to ensure a safer ride for clients and drivers, many say its premise is also easy pickings for a lawsuit.
Subway Posting Calorie Counts At All Locations Nationwide Starting April 11
Subway is stepping up its efforts to brand itself as the healthy alternative to fast food, announcing that it will add calorie counts to all of its menus across the U.S. starting Monday, April 11.
Verizon To Buy Stake In AwesomenessTV For go90 Upgrade
Verizon's mobile streaming service go90 just got a notable upgrade, as the company announced that it would be buying a stake in Dreamworks’ video company AwesomenessTV.
Pfizer-Allergan Merger Cancelled After Intense Pressure From Obama Administration
Increased pressure from the Obama administration has forced pharmaceutical giants Pfizer and Allergan to cancel their $160 merger deal.
PayPal Pulls Out Expansion Plans In Charlotte Over North Carolina's Anti-LGBT Law
Payments firm PayPal has cancelled its intended expansion to Charlotte over North Carolina's recently passed, controversial anti-LGBT law.
Thomas Staggs, Disney's No. 2 Executive And Heir Apparent To CEO Post, Announces Departure
Thomas Staggs, the current COO and heir apparent to current Disney CEO Robert Iger, announced that he will be leaving the company.
Starbucks Slapped With Lawsuit Over Underfilled Lattes
Starbucks has found itself in a bit of trouble once again. This time, the company has been slapped with a lawsuit which argues that it has been using a recipe that results in underfilling lattes that customers order by about 25 percent.
Tesla Massively Underestimates Demand For Model 3; Reservations Top $10 Billion In 36 Hours [VIDEO, TWEETS]
Tesla's successful Model 3 launch was highlighted by the massive amounts of reservations for the upcoming electric vehicle. Can the carmaker meet the demand?
Fitbit CEO: Apple Watch Too 'Complicated,' Resulting In Customer Confusion
As the company posts impressive sales figures of its flagship device, the Fitbit Blaze, CEO James Park says that its rival, the Apple Watch, simply tries to do too much.
Age of Ads Over? Microsoft Edge To Offer Ad-Free Browsing In The Near Future
Microsoft announced that the Edge Browser's future updates would include a native ad blocker. Is the age of pop up ads coming to an end?
AT&T Boosts Data Caps For Home Broadband Plans
AT&T is boosting data caps for home broadband plans, but increasing enforcement along with it.