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A Florida city is testing whether it can save millions of dollars in road-building and other public transportation expenses by subsidising the cost of rides with Uber Technologies Inc.
For a company that is so good at so many things, Amazon is remarkably bad at politics.
Christine Riel stared at the shopping list on her cellphone the same way Lewis and Clark might have once studied their maps, searching for a clear path forward while hoping to avoid any unnecessary backtracking.
Using social media, hundreds of Lebanese have offered shelter to strangers displaced by a devastating blast, which Beirut’s governor said may have left 250,000 people homeless.
Housing could be made more affordably and faster, using 3D printing, with American firms putting the tech to real life tests.
In San Francisco, far from the picturesque, winding streets in the hills, a glistening skyscraper represents how the country’s tech titans have transformed the city – and made it one of the world’s most expensive places to live.
The technology industry has turned the Bay Area into an economic powerhouse that many of the world's most valuable companies call home.
The technology behind Bitcoin is ensuring that help is going to the intended recipients.
As Silicon Valley considers taxing its tech companies to help fight the downsides of its tech boom – from clogged roadways to skyrocketing housing costs – local leaders are looking north for a lesson on how not to go about it.
The Seattle City Council's apparent reversal of the US$275 (RM1,098)-per-employee head tax would deliver a major victory to businesses whose political influence has waned in recent years, while blind-siding homelessness services providers by wiping away their biggest achievement.