The move could potentially offer real competition to carriers like Verizon and AT&T for a subset of the country. Comcast has just over 28 million customers.
The car dashboard, once the exclusive infotainment domain of traditional radio, is becoming a battleground where divergent companies fight for the attention of drivers and passengers.
On July 1, Indiana will join 46 states in allowing physicians to write prescriptions after talking to patients on their laptops or smartphones, with no office visit required.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller is urging Indiana members of Congress to work to restore a longstanding prohibition on student loan debt collectors from using robocalls to cellphones.
Gerry Hays has created an app that aims to foster family conversation by asking users to take pictures of their meals and then posing conversation starters.
Regulators have reached a settlement with Smart City Holdings LLC for blocking consumers' Wi-Fi signals at convention centers around the country, including in Indianapolis.
Indianapolis-based MOBI landed the capital from New York-based private equity firm Bregal Sagemount, which has made previous investments in LifeLock, Orbitz and Vivint.
Indianapolis entrepreneur Jeff Whorley in January debuted a smartphone app that tracks whether college students go to class. A wave of national media attention followed.
Automakers are cramming cars with wireless technology, but they have failed to adequately protect those features against the real possibility that hackers could take control of vehicles or steal personal data, according to an analysis of information that manufacturers provided to a senator.
Bluebridge Digital LLC, which creates and manages mobile software applications primarily for not-for-profits, announced Tuesday that it closed a $1 million round of venture capital fundraising and plans to double its work force within a year.
Apple unveiled a smartwatch on Tuesday, a wearable device that marks the company's first major entry in a new product category since the iPad's debut in 2010.
Walt Disney Co. announced earlier this month that it would sell its 23 radio stations that target children ages 3 to 15. The only Radio Disney outpost on the FM dial, WRDZ-FM 98.3 in Indianapolis, could be particularly sought after if the stations are sold individually.
Starting this month, Indianapolis area residents and business owners can order up lawn mowing and snow plowing services through an app.