Uber, which connects passengers with background-checked private drivers, has launched its official app for Windows Phone - the latest big addition to the platform as the 'app-gap' continues to close.
A week of Windows 10 news, Apple allegations and Sony's week of hell
Nest Learning Thermostat: The Next Generation, review
Microsoft's low end smartphone strategy needs a reboot
The latest table for Pinball FX2, Venom, reviewed
Hands On: Preview of HP's new $200 laptop
Latest deals in the Steam Holiday Sale 2014
Steam Holiday Sale 2014
Uber has removed its recently launched Windows Phone version of its on-demand driver app from the Windows Phone Store after it got a lot of negative reviews from users.
Uber, the contraversial company that offers on-demand driver services in several cities, has now launched a new app for Windows Phone users, along with a BlackBerry app.
After the acquisition of ATI Technologies by Advanced Micro Devices the latter started to force out ATI's brand-name and emphasize AMD brand for graphics cards. However, there are still many fans of ATI, who are...
Hackers work on worm that could hit 10 million sites in hours Virus writers could "own the internet in their spare time", according to research from three well respected industry experts. A...