Why would Google want to shell out more than $1 billion for a relatively unknown start-up? Three reasons.
Internet icon Yahoo is in talks to buy New York-based social blogging platform Tumblr for as much as $1 billion, according to multiple reports.
The rise of the Internet has been one of the most transformative developments in human history, at least comparable in impact to the advent of the printing press and the telegraph.
Apple’s quarterly earnings report, delivered yesterday after the stock markets closed, was anxiously scrutinized by investors and Apple loyalists for signs of a turnaround. For the most part, they were disappointed.
Media giant Viacom just can’t win — at least when it comes to the company’s long-running, landmark copyright infringement lawsuit against Google‘s YouTube video service.
Apple may be the world’s most celebrated electronics company, but its formerly high-flying stock price has plummeted to Earth over the past six months.
Here are five reasons why you should want Google Fiber to come to your city.
Fox network might cease broadcasting over the U.S. public airwaves if the company’s dispute with upstart challenger Aereo isn’t resolved, a senior company official warned Monday.
America’s weirdest city is apparently about to get wired. Google Fiber is coming to Austin, Texas, according to multiple reports.
The Obama administration will push to reverse a new prohibition on mobile phone unlocking after an online White House petition protesting the ban drew more than 100,000 signatures.