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Election time will be here soon and now some citizens will be able to register to vote on Facebook.
Verizon Communications reported quarterly earnings in line with forecasts on Thursday, but revenue topped Wall Street's expectations.
Online travel service company Kayak Software is likely to raise its price range when its initial public offering is priced this week, sources told CNBC.
The world's largest online marketplace reported quarterly earnings and revenue that topped Wall Street's expectations on Wednesday, but its shares wavered in extended-hours trading.
The tech giant reported quarterly earnings that beat Wall Street's expectations on Wednesday, sending its shares slightly higher in extended-hours trading.
A U.K. court wants to make it clear that Samsung did not infringe on Apple's iPad design so they're forcing the iPad maker to issue a public notice saying they were wrong, according to a report.
Data storage equipment maker EMC move to replace the CEO of its software unit VMware underlined the unit's rising importance in EMC's growth story, analysts said.
Facebook isn't keeping it's users very satisfied, in fact, they are finding more reasons to (dis) like the social network, according to a recent report.
The media center at London’s Olympic site has moved one step closer to being transformed into a world-class technology hub with the potential to generate more than 4,000 jobs.
The chip maker reported earnings beat expectations but the chip maker forecast weak current-quarter revenues, reinforcing fears that a wavering global economy and a lack of consumer interest are dampening personal computer sales.
The Internet company beat on earnings but revenue came in light. The results came less than twenty-four hours after naming Google executive Marissa Mayer as its new CEO.
In addition to the surprise announcement that Marissa Mayer is Yahoo's new CEO came some other unexpected news: Mayer is expecting.
It's Marissa Mayer's first day on the job at Yahoo and there's no shortage of opinion about her challenges.
Marissa Mayer intends to restore Yahoo’s spacer stature as a technological innovator and will not shy away from tough competition to that end, the former Google executive told the Financial Times as she begins her tenure as the struggling web portal’s latest chief executive.
Egypt’s next leader could be the well-known U.S.-based investor and market commentator, according to reports - although he denies any approach was made.
Marissa Mayer won't have a big window to prove that she can replicate her Google success at Yahoo—probably 100 days or less, one pro said on CNBC's "Fast Money."
Marissa Mayer, one of the top executives at Google, starts tomorrow as the next CEO of Yahoo, making her one of the most prominent women in Silicon Valley and corporate America.
In a shift, the latest version of Microsoft Office will be available completely in a web-only option for a subscription fee, CEO Steve Ballmer says.
The influx of budding tech companies in New York reflects how the industry has changed. New York -- epicenter of fashion, finance and media -- has become a destination for startups that want to be near those industries, which are being rapidly transformed by the digital age.
Microsoft plans Monday to unveil software features crafted to jazz up Office 15, the next big upgrade of its ubiquitous suite of office-productivity programs, industry sources say.
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