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Facebook's early investors and a handful of top executives become eligible on Thursday to sell stock they own in the social networking company. It marks the beginning of a time-honored process for public companies, which will culminate in the fall, when many Facebook employees receive the same right to sell their shares.
Major data security companies like Juniper and Cisco are struggling to keep up with their smaller competitors in the battle against cyber crime, analyst Jayson Noland told CNBC.
Research in Motion's unreleased Blackberry 10 will push the company back to the top of the smartphone market, CEO Thorsten Heins said, according to a report.
SpaceX, run by billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk, isn't the only firm vying to haul cargo and people into orbit since NASA relinquished its near-monopoly on U.S. space transportation by retiring the Space Shuttle program last year.
Computers and personal items worth more than $60,000 have been stolen from the Northern California home of the late Steve Jobs.
The the daily deal site's revenue fell short of estimates even as earnings beat Wall Street forecasts.
EBay stock got a pop in afternoon trading amid rumors that the online marketplace was planning to spin off its payment service PayPal but sources close to the matter smacked down the rumors.
Google is buying Frommer's travel brand from the publishing company John Wiley & Sons, according to a report.
Despite worries about cyber security in China, Asia-Pacific remains an attractive market, Lanham Napier, Rackspace Hosting CEO, told CNBC’s “Squawk Box” on Monday.
The security community is on alert for hackers who might try to emulate the simple trickery used to breach a prominent technology journalist's Amazon, Apple, Google and Twitter accounts.
Discussing innovation and the next big tech trends, with Scott McNealy, former Sun Microsystems chairman & president.
Motorola Mobility, the ailing cellphone maker that Google bought in May, told employees Sunday that it would lay off 20 percent of its work force and close a third of its 94 offices worldwide.
The Facebook spring is over. The dog days of August have taken hold, the New York Times reports.
According to Millennial Media CEO Paul Palmieri, consumers a more likely to click on a mobile ad than they are on an online ad.
Imagine everything you have stored in the cloud being destroyed forever. That's exactly what happened to Mat Honan, a Wired Magazine senior writer.
Apple stores are now matching the $50 discount that Sprint is currently offering on all models of the iPhone, dropping the price of the iPhone 4S to $150 when you sign a two-year contract.
U.S. retail sales of new videogame hardware, software and accessories fell for the eighth straight month in July as the industry continued to look ahead toward the release of new equipment to cure its woes.
A look at the inside competition to find the next generation of innovation superstars, with Spencer Hewett, Thiel Fellow and creator of a solution to eliminate shoplifting and checkout lines.
A new crowd funding site called Offbeatr is a site that is specifically designed to fund adult projects and is being described as the "Kickstarter for porn."
Things are getting ugly again between Apple and Google.
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Amazon's blowout earnings on Thursday have analysts wondering if the company can keep the good news coming in the long term.
When celebrities, politicians, journalists and writers start to post video on Twitter, it will go supernova, Jason Calacanis said.