When technology companies start venture capital arms, it's typically because they have massive balance sheets and need to find productive ways to put idle cash to work.
Facebook has become a major driver of traffic to news websites in recent years, but now the social network is making a play to host some of that content on its own site, and give its publishers a share of the advertising revenues.
Mobile internet army, prepare to lift up your virtual pitchforks once more: Twitter is the latest social network to test videos that play automatically in its mobile apps.
Instagram has launched a new spin-off app, Layout, to help people create collages of their images before sharing them on social networks.
A Facebook user is taking his privacy campaign to the European Union’s highest court to prevent US intelligence agencies gaining access to his personal data.
Taking players to a stunning animated world, Ori sets the task of guiding its eponymous hero – a diminutive sprite – to help save the mystical forest he calls home.
Visual novels are a hard sell in the west, the largely Japanese genre being barely a step above choose-your-own-adventure books. The minimal interactivity and reams of text often prove an instant turn-off for many players, so this effort to enliven them seems worthy of attention.
The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are likely to be the last dedicated games consoles as we know them, according to the boss of Twitch TV.
Apple has been valued at more than $1tn – almost three times as much as Google, the US’s second most valuable company.
Apple has hit back at criticism of its controversial “Error 53” message on iPhones, claiming it is part of measures to protect customers’ security.
Silicon Valley got its first major contemporary art gallery this week because Laura Arrillaga Andreessen – prolific art collector and heir to local real estate baron John Arrillaga – decided it was a little weird to have art sales in her house.
Why a Wall Street darling has taken such a dramatic tumble.