Many Silicon Valley venture capital firms have no women at the highest level, reports Julia Boorstin.» Read More
Instead of being an annoyance, advertising in 25 years will feel more like content you'll want to watch, read or interact with.
What will social media look like in 2039? Experts say by then it will be integrated into wearables that will track our daily habits.
Derek Jeter announces The Players'Tribune, a new publishing company that provides a forum for star athletes and their stories.
Billionaires Buffett, Bezos and Henry are hoping to save the newspaper industry through a mix of civic pride and digital innovation.
Jimmy Kimmel is more than a talk show host. He's also the most dangerous celebrity to search for online, according to a cybersecurity firm. Who are the others?
Netflix cuts a deal with Adam Sandler to make four original movies.
Discussing the problems Twitter faces within the social media network, with author of "Hatching Twitter" Nick Bilton.
Amazon appears close to settling a nearly two-month dispute with Disney during which Amazon stopped offering Disney DVDs for preorder, WSJ reported.
Threshold Entertainment has announced plans to develop a feature film based on Tetris, the shape matching arcade game that launched 30 years ago.
U.S. video streaming site Netflix is to release its first movie — a sequel to the classic "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon."
We've finally figured out the secret to Jeff Goldblum's enduring charm and success as an actor: really great lighting, TODAY reports.
Japan's SoftBank is in talks to acquire DreamWorks Animation, the Hollywood studio behind the "Shrek" and "Madagascar" movie hits, a source said.
Facebook is making its big and long-anticipated move to grow its reach and take on Google in the advertising.
Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray analyst, provides prospective on Facebook's new advertising plan as the stock hits an all-time high.
Investors are revisiting one of the most-speculated Web combinations after the firms came under pressure to merge.
Although you may know most of these scenes already, there is something highly satisfying about rolling through them all successively.
Facebook is set to unveil a new ad platform to improve effectiveness of online ads, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Anchorage TV reporter Charlo Green commits career suicide, live on the air, for a higher calling—pot.
Vivendi has closed the deal to sell its Brazilian broadband business to Spain's Telefonica for cash and shares worth nearly $10 billion.
Liberty Global CEO Michael Fries is confident he will soon get approval for his Ziggo bid, but isn't interested in a deal with Vodafone.