Social media is evolving fast. Gone are the days of just chatting to friends; now the tech giants want to offer everything – even news.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a higher open on Wednesday, as volatility in the dollar continued to spook markets.
How much growth will Apple see in the next few years and has the easy money already been made? Brian Colello, senior analyst at Morningstar breaks it down on Tech Bet.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A law student contested the "safe harbour" agreement that allows Facebook and others to store data from EU citizens in the U.S. The FT reports.
A new app by Instagram allows users to create collages and edit photos.
"Fast Money" traders discussed how to play big gains in some prominent technology names, including Google and Twitter.
For the first time Facebook's developer conference will be two days instead of one, with more than 2,000 developers coming in from around the world.
Certain stocks will trigger buying in the market, but Jim Cramer warned investors to watch for those that kill the competition.
U.S. stocks closed lower as investors attempted to find clarity on the timing of a rate hike amid concerns of the dollar's impact on earnings.
Adobe project manager Divya Manian says that the tech industry needs to hire more women at all levels.
Will Danoff, Fidelity Contrafund Portfolio Manager, discusses the value of Facebook's platform.
Facebook wants to turn news content into native Facebook posts, according to The New York Times.
Industry insiders and attorneys are mixed on whether Ellen Pao's lawsuit will have a chilling effect on hiring women in Silicon Valley.
Facebook is in talks with several media organizations to host articles within the social network, according to the New York Times.
Start-ups don't talk much about interest rates. With the Fed removing the word "patient" from its plan for raising rates, that's going to change.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer explains why he has one less problem without Greece.
"Fast Money" traders discussed how to trade moves in big-name social, and computer, networking stocks.
Jim Cramer likes to question trends sometimes. What if things were completely different? He gives his take on what investors can expect.
Square is taking its payments service to businesses, targeting the 13 billion checks that are written every year, amounting to more than $1 trillion.