The book, titled Dangerous, is set for release on March 14, 2017, according to the Verge.
Bankers with Snap's IPO roadshow have cast the company's leader as a visionary, like Steve Jobs or Mark Zuckerberg.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Windows’ infamous Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) is turning a shade of green for Windows 10 testers soon, The Verge reports.
Social media giant Twitter is looking to build its audience by offering panoramic live views via the company's Periscope app, reports CNBC's Landon Dowdy.
Following the backlash it received for its Twitter tribute to Carrie Fisher, Cinnabon has issued a further apology for its picture of Princess Leia.
Only a limited number of users can broadcast live 360-degree videos on Twitter for now.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell on Wednesday, including: Mylan, Sprint, Twitter and more.
Some are debating whether to stop covering President-elect Donald Trump's tweets, Jake Novak says that would be a disastrous mistake.
Cinnabon apologized after the backlash it received from tweeting out a tribute to Carrie Fisher, featuring an image of Princess Leia made out of cinnamon.
James Cakmak, equity analyst at Monness, Crespi, Hardt & Co., talks about the technology stocks he sees have a good year in the tech sector.
One of Sony Music's Twitter accounts was hacked over the Holiday weekend, spreading hoax news that pop star Britney Spears is dead.
Smart home devices are hot gifts this holiday season, but cybersecurity experts tell CNBC why those gadgets are ripe for hacking.
Doug Ramsey, The Leuthold Group CIO, explains how investors should approach the defense space. CNBC's Steve Liesman weighs in.
The report does not accuse Snowden of being spy, but seeks to poke holes in his whistleblowing account, NBC News reports.
U.S. equities fell slightly on Wednesday, with real estate lagging, as the Dow Jones industrial average failed to reach 20,000.
An analysis of the president-elect's Twitter account and the official handle show only 25 percent of followers follow both.
It's a long list, and one that gets extra attention given Twitter’s very public nature, Recode reports.
The departure of so many executives is "extremely unusual," Mark Mahaney, RBC's managing director and internet analyst, told CNBC.
Mark Mahaney, managing director and internet analyst at RBC, discusses why there may be another shoe to drop for Twitter.