A Google executive's reaction to the $19 billion deal "could certainly be a little sour grapes," Engadget senior editor Michael Gorman tells CNBC.» Read More
Thorsten Heins has been CEO at BlackBerry maker Research in Motion for just six months, but that's been more than enough time to lose the confidence of many of the shareholders who will gather today in Waterloo.
As protestors prepare to rally in Tahrir Square once again on Tuesday, the renewed anxiety about Egypt’s fragile political process serves a potent reminder that despite the election of a new President, the country’s power structure has yet to be fully defined.
Silicon Valley is finally getting the treatment once reserved for rowdy housewives and excitable chefs: its own Bravo reality series. But the tech world is not quite ready for its close-up, the New York Times reports.
Jack Bouroudjian, CEO of Bull and Bear Partners explains why he's optimistic about investing in technology. He adds that cloud computing will add value to firms and benefit the tech giants.
While the Independence Day holiday is over, the media and tech industry is readying its own brand of fireworks as a veritable who's who of executives and up-and-comers descend on a tiny town in Idaho for Allen & Company's idyllic Sun Valley Conference.
After nearly 2 years in the pipeline, travel website Kayak is finally ready to set sail as a public company.
If users are having trouble getting online Monday, they may be one of the victims of a malware attack that infected more than 570,000 computers over a year ago.
Facebook is reportedly launching the jobs board later this summer and job postings will be provided by third party service providers.
Software security company Palo Alto Networks and online travel service company Kayak Software set the expected price ranges for their initial public offerings, prodded by a successful debut by IT software company ServiceNow.
A friendly crowd is unlikely to greet Thorsten Heins on Tuesday, when he makes his first appearance as chief executive at the annual meeting here of Research in Motion. Shares in the BlackBerry maker have fallen by about 95 percent from their peak in mid-2008, the NYT reports.
Companies are sitting on ever-expanding mountains of data that could potentially help them run their businesses better, David McQueeney, IBM’s head of software research, told CNBC.
The U.S. Patent Office published a patent on Tuesday revealing that Apple has experimented with producing a set of augmented-reality eyeglasses, sparking speculation that Apple will go head-to-head (and eye-to-eye) with Google's much-hyped Glass device.
So Amazon is reportedly working on a smartphone. Crazy? Not entirely.
The video game industry will roll out some of its biggest guns next year — and the expected launch of new console systems from Microsoft and Sony could make a big year even bigger.
More than a quarter of a million PC users could find themselves cut off from the Internet on Monday as the FBI takes down a safety net protecting them from a specific piece of malicious software. Here's what the FBI wants you to know:
Low-cost 'Hacker Hostels' springing up in San Francisco are filling with aspiring tech entrepreneurs on the bottom rung of the Silicon Valley ladder, the New York Times reports.
Google hired a top official from a UK government agency charged with investigating the company, a report reveals, Global Post reports.
If Apple launches a smaller iPad tablet to compete with Google's Nexus 7 Tablet, it won't be priced quite as low as Google's $199 tablet, but will still be competitively priced, Channing Smith, Capital Advisors vice president, tells CNBC.
Doximity, a social networking site specifically designed for doctors, may help physicians save lives, says LinkedIn's co-founder.
Helped by advances in technology and social networking, sharing rides is becoming easier and more popular in the United States.
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