Twitter CEO Dick Costolo is hustling to show investors just how quickly he can follow through on the promise of innovation he made at the company's investor day back in November.
Social media sites, including Facebook and Instagram, appeared to be briefly down on Tuesday morning in Europe and the United States, with the outage affecting desktop and mobile sites.
Last week was Davos week, the time of year when 2,900 movers and shakers (only 17% of whom are women, incidentally) congregate in a small town in Switzerland to talk the talk.
SunTrust analyst Bob Peck is hearing more rumblings that Google may be interested in buying Twitter.
WhatsApp can finally be used on something other than a smartphone: a desktop web app.
No, Bill Gates isn’t giving away $5,000 if you share his Facebook photo.
Facebook wants credit for helping create 4.5 million jobs worldwide in 2014. But some economists are throwing cold water on the estimates.
The co-founder of social networking startup Plaxo has been charged with first degree murder in the slaying of his ex-wife's current husband.
Less than the previously reported $100K but still a hefty price to pay for a game that may never be played again.
Twitter lost users in the last three months, the company said on Wednesday, and the news sent share prices into a nosedive.
A member of Facebook’s board and influential Silicon Valley investor was forced into a groveling apology on Wednesday after acknowledging that remarks appearing to support British colonialism in India were “ill-informed and ill-advised”.