Here are some fun facts about Twitter, which announced its IPO on Thursday in 140 characters or less.
Yahoo stock rose above $30 for the first time since 2008, a symbolically important milestone that seemed unattainable until the tech firm hired Marissa Mayer as its CEO last year.
S&P lowered Dell's corporate credit rating Wednesday, dropping it out of investment grade, citing the slump in PC demand and the possibility that the company could soon go private.
Dell shareholders have approved a $24.8 billion offer from its founder to buy the company and take it private, ending the struggling computer maker's quarter-century history as a publicly held company.
Apple has introduced the iPhone 5C, a low-cost version of its flagship smartphone.
As expected, Apple unveiled a cheaper version of the iPhone along with a more advanced model with a fingerprint sensor during its Tuesday press conference.
Texas Instruments said the third quarter is "generally tracking" with its expectations; analysts expect revenue of $3.23 billion.
Asking for financial backing seems to be getting a little easier, thanks to the recent profusion of online crowdfunding options like Kickstarter and Indiegogo.com.
American Tower Corp. announced it has agreed to acquire the outstanding common membership interests of Global Tower Partners' parent company.
A U.S. judge Friday restricted technology giant Apple from influencing
electronic book prices for up to two years as a response to an antitrust ruling
Yahoo's much-touted new logo epitomizes "ordinariness," a Beverly Hills marketing strategist said.
After 30 days of typographic teases, Yahoo, as promised, unveiled its
newly redesigned logo.
Taiwan smartphone manufacturer HTC said Monday that
its business operations remained normal after several of its senior designers
were arrested on suspicion of embezzlement and theft of commercial secrets.
Vodafone is in talks with Verizon Communications to sell off its shares of their wireless venture in the U.S., Vodafone confirmed Thursday.
Guessing who might replace Steve Ballmer has always been something of
a game for Microsoft watchers, but now that he's going, his replacement remains a mystery.