Mobile advertising now accounts for just short of half of Facebook's revenues, the social network company announced Wednesday sending shares soaring in after hours trading.
Infinity Ward knows a thing or two about change – even if it has worked on the same multimillion-dollar franchise since its origins as a splinter group from the Medal of Honor series 11 years ago.
Facebook is doing more to disconnect than connect brands to their customers, according to a damning new report on the social media site, with professionals ranking it last in a list of successful marketing tactics.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn took a shot back at Bill Gross after the co-chief investment offer at Pimco lambasted Icahn last week on Twitter for his activist investor role in Apple stock.
There's a mystery surrounding a large structure being built with shipping, or cargo, containers on a barge in San Francisco Bay. Several reports have tied it to Google, and there are a couple of ideas about what they're up to.
A hacker group sympathetic to Syrian president Bashar al-Assad claimed responsibility Monday for an attack in which President Barack Obama's official Twitter account linked to a war propaganda video.
Plans by the business network LinkedIn to "enhance" users' email on iPhones by adding detail via a proxy server have been criticised as a security risk, but the company says such fears are "purely speculative".
Google’s highly anticipated Nexus 5 Android smartphone is expected to be released in black and white models as early as the end of this week.
Children as young as five will begin learning computer coding next year as part of a shake-up of the U.K.'s national curriculum, but the move is as much about giving British education an edge as it is about plugging a talent gap in the computing and technology sectors.
Facebook has sparked controversy by changing its privacy settings to give teenagers the same control as adults over what they share publicly.