Hailo, the app that lets customers call a taxi to wherever they are using GPS to pinpoint their position, is offering Londoners 20 per cent off cab rides between the rush hours.
Tech News Weekly podcast 29: Favourite summer apps, Apple riddling iOS with backdoors, and is this the end of the Oyster card?
On this weeks Tech News Weekly podcast from ITProPortal.com. Could the Oyster card and in fact, hard cash be soon removed from the London Underground? And was Apple helping the NSA on purpose?
The shutting down of the Silk Road marketplace has acted as advertising for the site and the listings for drugs have accelerated in a very short space of time.
For the first time since the San Francisco-based firm made its market debut in 2012, Yelp has recorded a quarterly profit that saw share prices rise by 4 cents at the end of trading.
Security firm Bitdefender is keen on keeping an eye out for the current major scams on the social network, and has just informed us of the latest to beware of.
In collaboration with mobile operators in Africa, the social network giant is launching a free limited Internet service project in Zambia to connect the millions that have never been online.
Facebook has finally release its much-anticipated Internet.org programme, designed to increase connectivity and access to online resources in the developing world.
Recent revelations, courtesy of Edward Snowden, have given insight into just how much citizens need to worry about NSA activity, and it was an alarmingly large amount. BitTorrent has been working to m
The service, which allows users to send gift cards from businesses like Starbucks and iTunes to each other, will be removed on 12 August, and staff have already been reassigned to other projects.
The Lords Home Affairs EU Sub-Committee, a UK cross political party team, say the judgment has resulted in material being removed on the basis of "vague, ambiguous and unhelpful" criteria.