Twitter was refused an invitation to attend the tech meeting with Trump due to its refusal to allow a #CrookedHillary emoji.
CEO Jeff Bezos said the company successfully delivered its first package to a customer in the Cambridge area of England in 13 minutes.
The platform is allowing its users to go live without having to use Periscope.
Snapchat has quietly rolled out a group messaging function as it adds more features to challenge Facebook's platforms.
Twitter co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey spoke with Snowden in a live question and answer session.
Though tweeting helped the president-elect win the election, there's no seat at the gilded table for Twitter's CEO, Recode reports.
After a bruising election for tech, industry entrepreneurs and investors are finding ways to cope with a new reality.
The retired baseball player tweeted at Donald Trump over the weekend, outlining his credentials to take over Janet Yellen's position.
Russia has dismissed U.S. accusations that Moscow intervened in the presidential election as "infighting" between security agencies.
Trump has delayed his plans to address conflicts of interest related to his business on Dec. 15, NBC News reports.
Jim Cramer explains why the Trump rally could be facing a roadblock after recent moves by the President-Elect.
Jim Cramer explains the fall of defense stocks, and advises investors to reassess risk moving forward.
Without network neutrality, internet providers are able to create a two-way toll, charging subscribers for access, reports Recode.
There's a lot of teeth-gnashing in corner offices as executives worry who is next on Trump's hit list, says crisis-management expert Eric Dezenhall.
Tech's biggest superstar, Elon Musk, has not yet accepted an invitation to meet with Donald Trump.
Larry Page, Tim Cook and Sheryl Sandberg will attend a tech summit with Donald Trump.
Intercom is a customer communication start-up that is helping companies talk to their customers.
Some fans take aim at the new film after a claim that it was reshot to include an anti-Trump message.
The magazine's cover shows a minuscule man with a briefcase looking up toward a much larger, unsympathetic-looking Donald Trump.
The president of the United Steelworkers 1999 received threats from Trump supports after publicly denouncing the President-elect.