Uber is launching a new feature that will permit customers to reserve scheduled rides up to 30 days in advance. Starting next week, the feature will be available in more than 20 U.S. cities.
Zoom, the video calling and conferencing app, is currently experiencing a service outage that is preventing users from starting new meetings and webinars or join existing ones.
Apple has announced a partnership with Best Buy stores in the United States, which turns every store location into a member of Apple's authorized service network, making repairs easier.
The Criterion Collection is highly revered, with many modern and classic films being a part of its vast library. Today, a new service has launched, giving cinephiles a new place to call home.
Google has announced the unveiling of its paid translation service for Android developers, which will allow businesses to have their apps quickly localized by professional translators at a low cost.
Microsoft today announced Microsoft Managed Desktop, an end-to-end device management service that helps enterprises deploy, manage, and support software and hardware for a monthly subscription fee.
Five years after its launch, Amazon has decided to end its Fire tablet live video support service, Mayday. The feature will be discontinued this month according to a customer support page.
Cord cutters rejoice, as Google expanded the reach of its live streaming service in the U.S., to an additional 34 markets, which offers access to 40 channels, and unlimited DVR cloud storage.
Nokia has teamed up with Microsoft, Tele2, and Reach for Change to offer a real-time phone translation service that will help newly arrived Syrian refugees "establish relations" with Swedes.
A wildly unpopular phrase has been uttered by the popular streaming service, and that is 'price increases', as the company announced that starting today its price plans will be bumped up by up to $2.
A discovery in the files behind the Windows Photos app shows signs of a new, cross-platform photo and video sharing service by Microsoft. Included is a 'Belize' logo, intro music sample, and QR codes.
Google has finally announced Family Library, which will allow users to share apps, games, movies and more with up to six family members. It will roll out in various countries over the next few days.
In a recent meeting with Apple employees, Tim Cook talked about the future of iPhones amid declining growth and the company's possible plans to bring its services to more platforms.
Sprint has been fined $1.2 million after failing to properly handle 911 calls from people with hearing difficulties. The issue affected those trying to contact the emergency services for six months.
Twitter's upcoming video service, a potential competitor to industry giant YouTube, is only a few short weeks away - and once launched, will allow users to edit and post lengthy videos.
The most popular messenger service will remain free indefinitely for developing countries like India and users will be exempted from the $1 annual subscription fee.
T-Mobile's response to the FTC's claims that it engaged in fraud have been nothing but childish and deflective. But with a few actions, they can actually support their fledgling pro-consumer image.
In a recent lawsuit filed by the FTC, mobile service provider T-Mobile has been accused of hiding fraudulent charges to third-party horoscope and other text services in its customers bills for years.
Games, on every platform, are getting bigger. With some games hitting a 50GB install on consoles, Sony is looking to push its PlayStation Now game streaming platform to its PS consoles.
A new report from Wzor states that the Start menu will make its return to Windows this fall - but that's not all: there are a few more details about a new Windows Cloud service as well.
Google may be venturing further into everyday life by launching their very own wireless cell phone service to compete with companies such as AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon.
If you have money to burn, why not take advantage of Dells extra service of installing Mozilla Firefox on your new PC? It'll set you back just over 16 quid, and that doesn't cover updates.
U.K. telecoms regulator Ofcom has issued new guidance, directing networks to allow customers to cancel their contracts without penalty if the company increases its prices mid-contract.
I, like many Neowinians, work in IT, resolving issues reported to a helpdesk. In a “Now for something completely different” style, we bring you the inaugural tales from the service desk.
Major outages are affecting both BT and Talk Talk ISPs in the UK. Cable damage is being blamed on the outages, with only a “small number” of users affected according to BT.
Microsoft has announced very few details on Xbox Music but a new Neogaf post claims to have the details from an industry vendor. Make the jump to see what might be included in the new service.
Microsoft is about to introduce a major change to Bing with a new three column layout. The changes will roll-out in the next couple of days with the mobile site being updated in a few weeks.
Microsoft wastes no time including Skype, their latest acquisition directly into their catalog of products on Microsoft.com. Could this mean we'll see a native Windows & Windows Phone version soon?
Earlier this week Neowin reported that Spotify would finally be coming to the U.S. Today we have learned that it may be coming quicker than previously expected and is rumoured to make its debut next...
Dropbox is the easiest way to store, sync and share files online. File Sync 2GB of online storage for free, with up to 100GB available to paying customers. Sync files of any size or type. Sync Windows, Mac and...
Last month we reported that Apple is phasing out physical software media in their stores, which was most likely for moving the software market over the the Mac App Store. Now Apple appears to be...
Vodafone UK users were suddenly cut off from all data services today. According to a Vodafone forum post, the loss of service wasn’t a technical failure; it was an old-school physical break-in. The target wasn’t...
Microsoft has a long history of working to bring the TV to the computer. With tight integration into its Media Center platform, Microsoft knows that there is value in merging the home PC and live...
One wonders how such a thing would be useful to the average home user, but Engadget reports that Comcast may be preparing to offer cable speeds up to 105Mbps downstream 10Mbps upstream. According to information...
Microsoft has issued an advanced security bulletin for August 2009 with five of the nine bulletins marked as "critical" and four are labelled as "important". These five critical patches are to patch remote code execution...
The Telegraph is exclusively reporting that Microsoft is planning to launch a streaming music service, similar to Spotify, later this month. The service will allow users to stream music for free and also download to...
It seems that Opera have come out and unveiled their planned announcement about 'reinventing the web' in the last few minutes, with a project they have called Opera Unite, something which seems very promising. So,...
After the recent Pirate Bay lawsuit and sentence, there has been a lot of noise made about the questionable attitude of the website, regarding complying with their fines. It seems Swedish internet service providers aren't...
Many people have been discussing of late the next version of Microsoft Office, aptly codenamed 'Office 14', so much that they may have forgotten that Microsoft is still looking after its current generation products. That's...
Google's UK version of street view for Google Maps launched last week in the UK and has created a media circus ever since. The Google Maps feature, which allows users to browse through popular cities...