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A new movie features a woman who gives birth to Satan's spawn. But that's not the only strange baby-related thing going on.
The anonymous author behind the @GSElevator Twitter profile has agreed a deal to turn his allegedly insider observations into a tell-all book.
Tom Kee likes BlackBerry but after the stock's meteoric start to 2014, he says it may be time for a breather.
San Francisco's transportation agency agreed to charge tech companies $1 every time one of their commuter shuttles uses a public bus stop.
Facebook is expected to introduce a news reader app soon. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the advertising value of such products and how they keep users more engaged.
Weixin is China's killer app, a highly addictive social networking tool. In the United States, a similar version is known as WeChat. The NYT reports.
The "Fast Money" pros address the top issues of this past week.
The social network is adding a feature in an effort to get users more in real-time conversations about events, similar to Twitter's Trending Topics.
Citing a recent "buy" rating on Twitter, CNBC's Jim Cramer believes the social network's growth story may be similar to Amazon's.
Is there a reason to avoid Facebook? Aaron Kessler, Raymond James, and Brian Evans, AdvisorShares, debate the play on the social media giant. Kessler recently increased his price target to $63 from $60.
CNBC's Seema Mody reports on a new study that renews questions about whether teen users are deserting Facebook.
Obamacare advocates began a renewed social media blitz to push young adults to sign up for health insurance.
Graduates are turning towards startups over the financial services as a result of the latter's work ethos, and banks are taking notice.
Ilia Kolochenko, CEO of High Tech Bridge, discusses security concerns on social networking sites like Facebook and questions how secure our data is.
Don't expect changes to how you access media despite a federal appeals court's decision to set aside rules meant to ensure equal access to media.
A recent study found job candidates see an invasion of privacy when employers use Facebook to screen them.
Some undercover work at Starbucks stores shows there may be problems brewing at Wall Street's coffee darling, says retail analyst Brian Sozzi.
Philippe Laffont, founder and CEO of Coatue Management, breaks down what to expect from some top tech companies.
Facebook has acquired Branch, a messaging company with a high-profile pedigree: it was backed by an incubator started by Twitter's co-founders.
Call it the food shortage barometer because, it turns out, Google tends to be a very reliable gauge of pinpointing interest in product scarcity.