Did Facebook jump the shark once parents and other "old" people got on it? Drexel University student Josh Weiss weighs in.
The dilemma: you’re a friendly, Twitter-loving organisation that wants to wish its followers a happy new year, but doesn’t want to be staffing a corporate social media account at the moment the party poppers start popping.
Where you ring in the new year may prove less important than how you get there, and get home, as the bitter conflict between Uber and taxis continues.
Apple has agreed to pay €318m (£234m) to settle a tax dispute with Italian authorities after the iPhone and iPad maker was investigated for suspected fraud.
The government is urging tech companies to target the education and healthcare sectors as it encourages the industry’s growth outside London.
Halfway through 2015, one of the largest white supremacist communities on the internet was closed down. The “Chimpire”, a loose network of forums with names like “CoonTown” and “Teenapers”, had started in 2013 with the founding of the virulently racist “GreatApes” forum.
A new anti-terror law in China gives the government the explicit power to demand technology firms decrypt electronic messages stored on their servers, sparking concern – and confusion – from foreign companies.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has vigorously defended his company’s motives for rolling out free basic internet services across India, dismissing what he called “false claims” by critics who say its Free Basics service promotes a “walled garden” controlled by Facebook.
Deaths are rarely to be celebrated, but there is one passing that certainly won’t be widely mourned: that of Adobe’s Flash.
User numbers are going to be in the spotlight on earnings day at Twitter as stagnating user growth has dragged shares down over the past year.
In Mayer's case, Yahoo stock has gone up during her tenure. That wasn't necessarily true for past CEOs.
"I couldn't be prouder of the team that we have and what we've been able to achieve," she told CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."