Cuba may have one of the lowest rates of Internet access in the world, but that hasn't dissuaded Google from sending over some of its leading lights.
It started as a classroom project at Stanford University. The idea: An app for sending photos that would disappear seconds later.
Twitter said Friday it had purchased the maker of the video streaming app Periscope, amid what seems to be surging interest in live video sharing.
Imagine getting your Starbucks fix at rush hour without a long line - and your name on that to-go cup always properly spelled.
Early adopters, take note: Amazon.com has launched a store section called Amazon Exclusives that features new innovations from up-and-coming brands.
TiVo said Friday that it has received bankruptcy court approval to buy some assets of Aereo, an online startup that offered a cheaper alternative to cable TV.
Miami International Airport used to be famous for the hours-long lines passengers waited in when they arrived from other countries.
A man accused of faking an ownership stake in Facebook to justify a multibillion-dollar lawsuit against its founder Mark Zuckerberg has vanished.
A calculating schemer burning with resentment and with a thirst for a quick buck or an innocent victim of sickening sexual discrimination?
Two San Francisco federal judges say juries will have to decide whether drivers for Uber and Lyft were independent contractors, or employees of the ride-hailing companies with all of the protections and benefits ...
A research firm is forecasting a bigger decline in personal computer sales in 2015.
Lyft has upped the stakes in its ambitious drive to take on Uber, saying Thursday it raised $530 million in a funding round led by Japanese ecommerce giant Rakuten to fuel expansion in the US and abroad.
Global sales of tablet computers will see only slim growth in 2015, in a further cooling of a segment that was red-hot two years ago, a market tracker said Thursday.
Fifteen minutes of Internet fame can create long-term riches for a small business.
Intel's stock fell Thursday after the giant chipmaker lowered its first-quarter revenue forecast, citing weak demand for business desktop PCs and a strong dollar that affects revenue from overseas sales.