WhatsApp, recently acquired by Facebook, announced Monday it will soon be offering voice service.
Long ignored in favor of enterprise software, social networking and other sexy Internet technologies, biotech has roared back in the past year.
King Digital Entertainment, the Irish maker of the blockbuster mobile game "Candy Crush Saga," hopes to raise as much as $500 million in an initial public offering.
Ten years ago Tuesday, Mark Zuckerberg and a few friends launched Facebook as a handy tool for college kids to check each other out. Now it's used by 1.2 billion people to share vital information and pictures of their cats.
The stock price for Twitter dropped on Friday when an analyst downgraded the stock, citing a major run-up in price.
Instagram, owned by Facebook, rolled out a new service that allows users to privately exchange texts, photo and videos.
Groupon on Thursday named four new executives aimed at honing in on key growth areas and spots where competitors are nipping at its heels.
Internet stocks are heating up again, just as Twitter is preparing to turn up the temperature with its highly anticipated IPO.
Google celebrates its quinceñeara today!
E-commerce giant eBay Inc. reached a deal to buy online and mobile payments technology provider Braintree for $800 million in cash.
After 30 days of typographic teases, Yahoo, as promised, unveiled its
newly redesigned logo.
In a countdown to its unveiling, Yahoo! is changing its logo daily through September 5.
he U.S. Special Operations Command experimented with using data Twitter makes
publicly available to identify terrorist networks, The Financial Times says.
The regional technology companies making the largest national waves were named as finalists for the Pittsburgh Technology Council's 2013 Tech 50 Awards.
Google Reader, the popular news aggregator and reader service, is in its last week of existence.