As the markets continued to suffer losses early on Monday, Twitter has erupted with ominous hashtags that could be a preview of the U.S. open.» Read More
Evercore's Ken Sena and Citi's Mark May explain why LinkedIn's stock is down despite its latest earnings beat.
Facebook is doubling down on spending in new tech, as the company invests in drones, artificial intelligence and virtual reality.
Investors misunderstood comments from Facebook CFO David Wehner about slower revenue growth in the rest of 2015, Gene Munster said.
Facebook's jaw-dropping user figures should be a reason to buy the stock. But not if this good news is already priced into the stock.
Citi's Mark May says this is how Twitter can hit revenue forecasts next year.
Neil Doshi of Mizuho Securities USA points to three key things to watch when Facebook reports earnings Wednesday.
In 2015, Facebook's stock fortunes have headed one way, and Twitter's the other.
Twitter's management doesn't get the wink and a nod game of earnings conference calls.
Google has halted its pursuit of making Google+ a rival to Facebook with the search giant even admitting its service was "confusing".
Google might not require users to have a Google+ account to sign into things like Gmail and YouTube anymore, Re/code reports.
Twitter's earnings and advertising revenue both topped estimates, but a warning on user growth sent shares negative.
Periscope CEO hints that new features could be on the way for the app.
Grindr's CEO says the dating app tries to limit data collection to protect from cyberattacks like the one that hit Ashley Madison.
Investors should focus their attention on Facebook shares rather than eyeing Google's stock, S&P Capital IQ's Scott Kessler said.
CNBC's Jon Fortt joins Devin Wenig, eBay CEO, for an exclusive interview to discuss the world of digital and streaming content.
Scott Kessler, S&P Capital IQ, weighs in on his Google and Facebook estimates. We like the fundamental story of Facebook, says Kessler.
The hoax which saw Twitter's shares spike might have looked convincing to some, but web experts said that it was fairly simple to pull off.
S&P Capital IQ tech analyst Scott Kessler says investors shouldn't overlook certain tech stocks even though he rates the entire sector as "overweight."
Facebook is testing its own version of Siri and Google Now—a virtual assistant named Moneypenny, according to tech site The Information.
Both Bloomberg and Twitter denied a report that suggested Twitter received a takeover offer was true.
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