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The debates over bring your own device (BYOD) in the enterprise rage on, yet many enterprises continue to struggle with the increased demands these devices bring. One of the biggest blind spots for BYOD businesses remains Wi-Fi deployment.
Even though social media stocks have been under pressure, Path CEO Dave Morin says he still wants to take his social media company public, although he did not give a timeline.
Office workers spend about 28 percent of their day reading and answering emails, according to a survey conducted by McKinsey Global Institute.
Talk about awkward, it looks like Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's younger sister, Arielle Zuckerberg, is now a Google employee.
A start-up’s claim that robots are far more likely to click on its ads than humans comes at a particularly inopportune time for the social network.
The social music streaming service Spotify has grown to 15 million active users, including 4 million who are paying customers, a company executive said Tuesday.
Twitter quietly unveiled a new feature that will allow users to click on stock symbols in their newsfeed to see search results for different companies. The head of a company that already has a similar feature accused Twitter of "hijacking" the idea.
Some American Internet companies may be unpopular with investors these days, but a Chinese one is finding plenty of takers, the New York Times reports.
Ross Levinsohn is leaving Yahoo, two weeks after the company announced he lost out on the top job to Google executive Marissa Mayer, the company said in a filing.
Cyber attacks are accelerating at a pace that suggests the Internet - already a risky environment - is likely to pose a steadily growing threat to individuals and companies for years to come.
The US Senate will vote this week on a watered-down version of a cyber-security bill designed to prod American companies to do more to keep the nation’s economy and infrastructure safe from hostile hackers.
Apple's latest guidance released in its earnings report last week may lend credence to some recent rumors about the iPhone and iPad.
Yahoo's new CEO Marissa Mayer has been on the job for only two weeks, and she is already shaking up the routine at the Internet company, but maybe not in ways one might expect.
The chairman of one of Dubai’s best-known family-owned conglomerates is not considering investing in European banks again following a disappointing run as a stakeholder of Barclays.
Several companies that were supposed to be the foundation of a new Internet era plummeted this week as analysts and investors downgraded their dreams. There were instant echoes of the crash of 2000, when the money stopped flowing, the dot-coms crumbled and Silicon Valley devolved into recriminations and lawsuits. NYT reports.
Apple has snapped up security software firm AuthenTec for a reported $356 million. Here's what Apple wants with the company.
Facebook just can’t seem to get in Wall Street’s good graces.
Nam Hyung Kim, Managing Director at Arete Research says hardware will remain the core of Samsung Electronics' business, adding that the company will continue to focus on this in order to compete with Apple.
The online retail giant missed analyst expectations for the second quarter and its outlook was cautious as it continues to spend heavily on infrastructure.
Facebook met earnings’ forecasts but Wall Street expressed concerns about its future growth and was “a little irked” that the social-media company did not provide any guidance.
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