Cord cutting has been blamed for weak TV ratings, but viewers who watch video over the Internet may be more valuable to advertisers.
Tim Armstrong, AOL's chief executive, dismissed recent rumors of a possible partnership with Verizon or merger with Yahoo.
WhatsApp, the messaging service Facebook bought for $19 billion, has grown to 700 million monthly active users. Re/code reports.
Twitter is meeting with over 150 advertisers and ad agencies over the course of three days at Tweet Suite in Las Vegas.
Re/code's Kara Swisher, and CNBC's Jon Fortt, discuss anticipation for Apple Watch, and the growth of WhatsApp.
Discussing the growth and monetization of WhatsApp, with Nick Bilton of the New York Times.
Will a lost puppy, Clydesdales and Pac-Man be the winning combination this Super Bowl? Anheuser-Busch hopes so.
Facebook has acquired 'Wit.ai'; a speech recognition startup. Mike Butcher, editor at large at TechCrunch, weighs in, saying that like other big tech-players, Facebook has "to move where the puck is moving", and wearables is part of the next big thing.
Facebook has acquired Wit.ai, a start-up that develops open-source voice recognition interfaces, Wit.ai announced on Monday.
Last year wasn't pretty for fans of the search giant. The stock fell 5 percent, and the company underperformed all the major U.S. averages.
Retail investors stayed bullish on stocks heading into the new year, and picked these names as their favorites.
Insight to social media usage, especially among younger useres, with Robert Peck, SunTrust Robinson Humphrey.
Microsoft releases its cheapest phone ever with the $29 Nokia 215 Internet phone.
Microsoft is stepping up its efforts to capture the rapidly-growing emerging market consumer with a new, Internet-connected phone.
Ello - touted as the ad-free alternative to Facebook - is confident that its promise of a non-intrusive social network will be sustainable.
Google faces a tough time as it continues to adapt its model to mobile technology, a hedge fund manager says.
Does Gordon Gekko think 2015 will be a good year for greed? Some of the greatest Wall Street movie villains of all time offer up their predictions.
Social media stars blogged, tweeted, pinned and posted their way to big paychecks and sales for companies this past year.
Santa put more Apples under the tree than any other device this year.
Is the world turning on Facebook? Jon Steinberg, Daily Mail North America CEO, takes a looks at what threats are waiting in the wings to take users from the social network.