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Marissa Mayer has to make big changes to Yahoo to compete with Facebook and Google in the mobile space. And one way she is getting the mobile talent necessary is via acqui-hires.
Facebook stock had a rocky first year but on Tuesday, it came within pennies of its IPO price of $38. What made investors suddenly "like" it again?
To find evidence of wrongdoing in high finance, it's been the age of e-mail. But regulators' interest won't be limited to e-mail for long.
It looks like Apple may be building bio-metric security features into the next iPhone.
Twitter's IPO prospect, one of the industry's most widely watched, appears closer to reality.
Activist Carl Icahn is making it very clear that he thinks Michael Dell is a sore loser who is just plain full of it.
Amazon.com said it is adding 7,000 jobs in 13 states, beefing up staff at the warehouses where it fills orders, and in its customer service division.
Would you pay to use micro-blogging site Twitter? If yes, how much would you pay per month?
Zynga said Thursday it will largely abandon its long-running efforts to build a real-money gaming business in the United States, prompting shares to drop.
On Wednesday Google came out with Chromecast, an HDMI stick, but in January it previewed a prototype of a set-top box device similar to Apple TV or Roku.
Amazon.com quietly expanded its grocery delivery service from its backyard in Seattle to Los Angeles, in a move to test the produce delivery services in a less familiar area.
Samsung has taken Apple's crown as the world's most profitable mobile handset vendor, according to new research, as analysts called on Apple to release a low-cost version of the iPhone to boost its global growth.
Bobby Kotick, chief executive of Activision Blizzard, is leading an $8.2 billion investor buyout of most of Vivendi's controlling stake. The Financial Times reports.
Amazon reported earnings that fell short of Wall Street forecasts, as it continued to spend heavily on technology and content. The shares are off slightly in after-hours trading.
Investors drove Facebook shares up by 29 percent after the company announced stunning second-quarter results, including rapid growth in mobile ads sales.
Anyone looking to knock Facebook off its perch atop the social networking pyramid should have talked to options traders Wednesday.
The race for the living room just got a little bit more intense. Here's how the two contenders stack up.
Apple's CEO Tim Cook might vehemently disagree that the smartphone market has reached saturation point, but new research from Citi delivers a depressing view of smartphone uptake.
Apple shares rose 6 percent after it reported earnings that beat expectations. But the best news may be the company's cultural shift, say close Apple watchers.
Mobile-chip maker Qualcomm raised its 2013 profit outlook, giving its stock a boost, even as its current-quarter revenue estimate missed Wall Street expectations.
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"Our goal is to get as close to the experience the surfer is having," says the head of a pro surfing organization.
Though Apple posted profits that beat expectations, investor Roger McNamee found reason to throw cold water on the tech giant.
The Apple-IBM partnership also greatly benefits both companies, says Roger McNamee, founding partner of Elevation Capital.