Twitter CEO Dick Costolo, who helped turn the messaging startup into a global town square, is stepping down amid criticism over the company’s financial performance.
Acura has recalled two models of SUVs because the automatic emergency braking systems can malfunction and put the vehicles and their drivers at risk of a collision.
Walgreens expects to reach about half the country by the end of the year with a new service that lets people see doctors for minor ailments without leaving home.
Marriott said that it will offer guests access to Netflix’s streaming video service in hotel rooms. Users will be able to sign into their existing accounts through a special app.
Apple announced a major new foray into streaming music on Monday, as it showed off a host of new software features for its iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac computers.
Apple’s iTunes helped change the way people bought their favorite songs. Now, the company wants to carve out a leading role with a paid streaming music service.
After recent flooding in the area, the City of Dallas is expanding its city worker emergency alert system and enhancing the emergency notification system for residents.
Texas has become the first U.S. state to name an official ‘Tweeter Laureate,’ and its recipient is not a star quarterback, or a pop star, but a state Supreme Court justice.
Mazda is recalling nearly 540,000 cars and pickup trucks, adding to the growing list of models under recall for air bags that potentially can explode with too much force.
Two months after Apple began taking online orders for its newest product, the company says that it will begin selling some models in its retail stores in two weeks.
The first inductees into the new World Video Game Hall of Fame were announced on Thursday. The first six games to enter the hall cross several decades and platforms.
Google’s self-driving cars have now been involved in 12 accidents while covering more than 1.7 million miles over the past six years, according to the company.