“Silicon Allee” may not have the same ring as Silicon Valley, but California’s success has spawned would-be “Silicons” across Europe.
Just days before hundreds of Bay Area Rapid Transit workers went on strike, the online ridesharing network Avego bought a new Web address: bartstrike.com.
Good news for rich folks, Uber—the private driver app service— is expanding its business to the Hamptons for the Fourth of July weekend.
Entrepreneurs and investors are betting on a future full of flying robots that can do anything from survey crops to make a delivery.
More prominent entrepreneurs and investors are starting several companies at once to share resources. Clever idea or set up for cookie-cutter ventures?
It seems like the list of technology start-ups valued at more than $1 billion just keeps getting longer, and they've had help driving up valuations from the Fed.
You can now get a taxi in the Big Apple using an app, and you'll soon be able to pay for your ride with a smartphone.
There's a few things you absolutely don't want to do when you are pitching your company to potential investors, said Fred Wilson, founder of Union Square Ventures, Tuesday at the TechCrunch Disrupt Conference in New York City.
One of the most difficult and expensive parts of launching an online business is implementing payment processing, but San-Francisco start-up Stripe is trying to fix that.
No other network comes close to Twitter's speed. That's why the architecture of Twitter #Music will be even more useful when it is applied to television.
Members of a new app-driven service can book a seat on any of 4,000 private jets that have extra room on their flights for about what it costs to fly first-class.
Can Siri get your groceries or pick up your drycleaning? This new personal assistant app claims to know the secret to getting that stuff done -- a human!
Why startup company Pebble isn't afraid of a little competition from tech titan Apple.
The first "pay-by-tweet" service has been launched on Twitter, with American Express introducing a service on Monday that lets its cardholders buy products simply by sending a short message.
Niklas Zennstrom, co-founder of Skype, believes the next hot tech business can come from anywhere around the globe.
Does the social network MySpace ring a bell to you? Well, Myspace co-founder Tom Anderson just sounded the alarm.
Microsoft bought start-up id8 Group R2 Studios as it looks to expand further in technology focused on the home and entertainment.
Twitter users are getting emotional over the fiscal cliff.
"I’m writing this today to let you know we’re listening and to commit to you that we will be doing more to answer your questions, fix any mistakes, and eliminate the confusion...," said Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom.
Weeks before Instagram accepted an offer from Facebook, CEO Kevin Systrom had verbally agreed to sell his company to Twitter.
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When shopping his comedy special, Jim Jefferies chose Netflix over broadcast and cable television. And he's not the only one.
The sky-high valuations of some tech start-ups have yet to be justified, says investor Roger McNamee.
Though known for his roles on "Psych" and "West Wing," television star Dulé Hill moonlights as co-founder of the Nomino app.