To keep up with evolving competition, Burlington's biggest cab company is investing in one of Europe's most popular cloud-based taxi network.
IBM's union group says they're expecting IBM to sell its plant in Essex soon.
Apple will refund millions of dollars to consumers after allowing kids to make in-app purchases without the consent of their parents.
If your kids are applying to college, you may want to check social media!
The third annual HackVT was held Friday afternoon.
If you have back pain, it could be because of your phone.
Twitter is launching new alert systems that allows emergency officials to directly communicate, via text messages and Twitter notifications.
A donation from Google aims to keep libraries connected and 14 of those libraries are right in Vermont.
Senator Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) called on the Federal Trade Commission to allow shoppers to opt out of having their movements tracked by their cellphones while shopping.
New texting laws in New York state will crack down on new and young drivers.
The next time your cell phone goes off it might not be a text message, it could be an alert to keep you safe.
Vending machines rarely give you money, but that's exactly what happens at South Burlington's University Mall.
A warning Monday about knock off cell phone batteries.