The United States' chief technology officer, Megan Smith, took the stage at one of the largest gatherings of women in technology.
Finally! Presidential candidates are talking about paid family leave, says Make It Work" co-founder Vivien Labaton.
All debate questions aside, here's the presidential candidate who is winning the digital race, says Reed Scharff.
Police in western Germany are urging to parents stop posting photos of their children on social media websites to protect their privacy.
Google says it feels 'comfortable' with Facebook's aggressive push into online video, that may challenge its YouTube business.
The social media site has been working on new features to improve its video feed.
Regulators should understand that some people enjoy work in the sharing economy, an Internet company advocate said on Tuesday.
Hunker down, because winter is coming, venture capitalists say.
Twitter has become a important campaign tool for presidential candidates. Only two Democrats can rival @realDonaldTrump.
Facebook is testing a shop section, enabling users to make purchases without leaving the social platform, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Facebook has taken another step toward its goal of making it easier for brands to reach customers and drive sales on mobile devices.
Tech start-up funding is going strong, but there's a looming concern that it could be too strong — strong enough that it's fueled the next tech bubble.
Facebook UK paid just £4,327 in taxes while offering staff an average of £210,000 in pay and bonuses, the Sunday Times reported.
A 36-story Chicago landmark, the Tribune Tower, is up for sale.
Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss talk Bitcoin, security and Mark Zuckerberg.
David Marcus, Facebook vice president of messaging products, sits down with CNBC's Julia Boorstin to discuss monetizing Messenger features.
The Winklevoss twins believe their new bitcoin exchange Gemini will not fall into the illicit activity associated with the currency.
There may soon be options beyond "like" to express your reaction to your Facebook News Feed.
U.S. stock futures were lower this morning, after the Dow logged its fourth session of gains Wednesday.
Google formally announced a new initiative to ensure that news articles load more quickly on the Web, The New York Times reports.