What you’re about to read can only be fairly categorized as a technoerotic thriller.
Yahoo has a long record of buying cool companies — and failing to benefit from that coolness. Here’s hoping history doesn’t repeat itself with Tumblr.
Facebook’s disappointing IPO and sluggish stock price don’t tell us a thing about the company’s signficance — or even its long-term potential to please investors.
The innovative startup introduces a super-elegant, super-efficient device for taking payments via iPad.
A wireless startup aims to let you pay for only the services you use — down to the app-by-app level.
In 1990, Windows 3.0 sold at a then-blistering rate: four million copies in just one year.
New stats on how Windows is doing tell us only so much.
The creative-software giant says all its new features will be part of Creative Cloud, its pay-as-you-go service.
The Business Insider reports on eBay’s two most successful affiliate partners, and why both ended up pleading guilty to wire fraud.
The walled garden around the venerable bookseller’s reading-centric tablets is coming down.
Intel said Thursday that it has chosen its chief operating officer, Brian Krzanich, as its new CEO. He will steer the world’s largest chipmaker in a world where PC sales are cratering while smartphones and tablets thrive.
Here are five startups from TechCrunch’s Disrupt event in New York that you’re going to want to keep your eye on.