The dominant U.S. tech companies came through in a big way, blowing past analyst estimates while showing that investments are paying off.
Top students are attending a summer camp aimed at learning entrepreneurship at EXPLO Startup outside Boston. Is your kid the next Steve Jobs?
Angry Birds 2, the first official sequel to one of the best-selling mobile apps, was released worldwide to great fanfare and interest Thursday, but new features including in-app purchases have alienated some fans.
The most powerful African American politicians in the US will next week demand that Silicon Valley companies hire more black people after official figures revealed that many of the world’s most prominent tech companies’ workforces are just 2% black.
Google has rejected the French data protection authority’s demand that it censor search results worldwide in order to comply with the European Court of Justice’s so-called right to be forgotten ruling.
Twenty years ago the launch of a new version of Windows merited midnight store openings and a seven-figure payment to use a Rolling Stones song in ads celebrating the new Start menu.
Facebook has been told to allow people to use pseudonyms on its site by a German regulator, which has ruled that the site’s “real name” policy violates the right to privacy.
You’ll be seeing a lot more video on Facebook in the near future, and your musings will be easier to access.
Twitter is in trouble.
Twitter beat expectations – including its own – by a healthy margin on Tuesday, announcing better-than-anticipated earnings even as two more high-profile executives left amid a continuing shakeup. The company’s share price rallied 5.36% in after-hours trading.