More and more Uber employees are reportedly using a workplace app that allows them to communicate anonymously, following several scathing accusations of rampant sexism, such as a manager's lewd behavior.
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The Minnesota police officer who fatally shot Philando Castile during a traffic stop on July 6 pleaded not guilty to manslaughter and other charges brought against him Monday.
Congregants of a North Carolina church were systematically punched, choked, throttled, and slammed through walls, all in the name of religion, according to 43 former members who spoke to the Associated Press.
The CEO of SoftBank, a Japanese telecommunications and internet conglomerate, says that super-intelligent robots will not only outnumber humans in just a few decades, but will also be smarter.
A 45-year-old Florida man is accused of driving off with a $150,000 sports car he was test driving, after reportedly distracting the salesman with his father's boat.
Police in Sacramento, Calif., are warning people of a modern day burglary scheme, in which men become victims after scheduling to meet women through online social networking sites.
Google's self-driving car group, Waymo, is suing Uber for allegedly stealing data and using it to further its autonomous vehicle development.
Two early investors in Uber are "disappointed" and "frustrated" with the the ride-sharing tech conglomerate, not only due to the sexual harassment claims, but because of the response to such allegations.
The Arizona Senate approved a bill Wednesday that makes organizing or merely participating in a protest that ends up violent, regardless of who perpetrated the violence, an offense that could lead to the seizure of property.
Apple is reportedly investigating an alleged incident of an exploding smartphone, after a teenager from Arizona uploaded a video showing her iPhone 7 Plus smoldering and melting.
An immigration reform group led by some of the biggest names in the tech industry, specifically Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, donated $5,000 to the Trump administration's transition team, even after it vehemently opposed the then-presidential candidate's immigration proposals.
Tech conglomerates -- like Apple, Uber, and Microsoft -- and their leaders, are apparently really upset with President Donald Trump's decision to reverse public school bathroom requirements for transgender students.
Uber's ultra competitive and freewheeling internal structure was bound to have some drawbacks, even as it slaughtered the competition to become a $70 billion, global powerhouse. Now it seems more than 30 current and former employees have taken their testimonies, some apparently including surreptitiously recorded management meetings, to the The New York Times.
Hundreds of babies and toddlers have become severely ill or died in the past decade or so, and families believe signs point to a certain line of "natural health solutions" as the culprit.
UPS, the largest package delivery company in the world, used a drone to deliver a parcel in Florida Tuesday.
Facebook is sponsoring the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) only roughly a year after the tech conglomerate was accused of suppressing news stories more appealing to conservatives.
Police officers in a Massachusetts town are no longer allowed to give kids high fives as they enter their elementary school because it reportedly makes illegal immigrants and minority students feel uncomfortable.
People who think about near-death experiences and mortality in general are more likely to be fully engaged in life and act authentically, according to a study.
Verizon has reportedly agreed to purchase Yahoo after months of uncertainty--but for a discounted price.