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Chinese e-commerce company's board can be expanded to 11 members after Alibaba's New York IPO this year.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer was seen chatting late into the night with AOL CEO Tim Armstrong in Sun Valley.
Bernard Tyson, Kaiser Permanente chairman & CEO, explains how his hospitals are integrating new technology into the hospital experience to improve care and lower costs for patients.
In the hunt for top mobile and web developers, it's no longer just hot technology start-ups competing with Facebook and Google.
Daniel Sieberg, Google technologist, discusses the functionality of wearable technology and its integration with fashion.
For all the attention Lyft has drummed up from investors, government regulators in New York are far from impressed.
Following the murder of a Google executive by a prostitute, the FBI has discovered a rampant sex trade in Silicon Valley. UST reports.
LeBron James says he's going back to the Cleveland Cavaliers, and the Internet exploded in response.
Federal security officials contacted BAE Systems in the wake of its claim that it had stopped a purported hack attack against a hedge fund.
Street walkers are still around, but escorts have taken to the Web and seen a surge of interest and a perceived lower risk of arrest.
"Coolest Cooler," a high-tech cooler, raised more than $1.9 million dollars on crowd funding site Kickstarter.
Earnings from some of the biggest U.S. tech companies will be in the spotlight this week, giving investors a chance to evaluate the sector's health.
Apple still hasn't announced a timeline for iWatch production, but a report suggests manufacturing may start later than anticipated.
Chinese state media branded Apple's iPhone a threat to national security because of the smartphone's ability to track and time-stamp user locations.
Microsoft said it freed 4.7 million infected personal computers from control of cyber crooks in its most successful digital crime-busting operation.
If you're looking for signs of a tech bubble, you don't have to do much searching these days.
The app industry has grown in to a multi-billion dollar industry and there's no signs of stopping. These are the winning categories in the sector.
Today is the sixth anniversary of Apple's App Store, which helped transform the broader app economy from a niche market into a global phenomenon.
In dollars and cents, the biggest winners of the World Cup are media companies—both traditional and social.
Amazon is seeking permission to test its delivery drones near Seattle, as part of a rapid expansion of a program that has sparked widespread debate.
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Birchbox is launching its first brick-and-mortar store where customers can book appointments, test and purchase products.
The city of San Francisco is cracking down on MonkeyParking, an app that lets users auction off public parking spots.
The stock jumped to a high of $33 a share, valuing the company at nearly $4 billion.