Customers in Washington DC can order goods using a tab inside Uber’s app called The Corner Store and there are a number items available from as little as $1.
Law companies of all sizes are being urged by legal IT specialists to adopt cloud technologies in order to enjoy increased flexibility and cost efficiencies.
Barnes & Noble hopes that the new tablet will be a legitimate challenger to Amazon in the eBook and content market, and the deal includes over $200 of extra content.
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A partnership with The Cloud will allow UCL to offer a wireless Internet connection to visitors as well as foreign students and it remains free until the start of the next term.
Symantec has announced that its next Norton Security release will simplify its software portfolio, offering customers a cloud-based solution scheduled for release this autumn.
A professor from the University of Warwick, Mark Skilton, isn’t sure if the practice actually infringes copyright and the sheer scale of clips online makes it an impossible task.
The microblogging site has confirmed that users sharing graphic content, relating to the alleged murder of the US journalist by the Islamic State, will have their accounts deleted.
Cameron relies on the smartphone to run the country whilst he is away from Westminister as he doesn’t trust his deputy Nick Clegg enough to leave him in charge.
Tech City’s worldwide success story picked up its 20 millionth passenger earlier today and commissioned an artist to turn the back of the cab into a living room as a celebration.
Sources suggest that the popular messaging app will be adding news content and adverts to its repertoire, but it is not clear if it will be a standalone platform or part of the existing app.