The technological savvy of terrorist organizations is on the rise, with many popular apps among the platforms being co-opted by ISIS.
Facebook is opening its live video streaming service to everyone, the company said, as it looks to take on Twitter-owned Periscope and Meerkat.
MapQuest has unveiled a new service: a map and guide to avoiding Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in the United States.
Will Danoff is tapping the brakes on funding unicorns, saying the prospects for fast growing private businesses before they go public may be fading.
Rich and famous Americans — from celebrities to CEOs and star athletes — discuss the most important money decision: how to give to charity.
Twitter shares are down nearly 30 percent year to date, but one trader is betting that the stock could soar into next year.
Three mid-level bankers in Goldman's tech investment banking group have left to take positions at ride service company Uber.
Competing with fractured attention spans and now ad-block blocking software, advertisers are being forced to find new ways to reach consumers.
This holiday season will be the first time consumers spend real money on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. Is the "buy" button here to stay?
More than $14 billion in sales is expected to take place the day after Black Friday. Here's how your business can grab some of the action.
Cat images go viral with #BrusselsLockdown.
Square may have broken "the code" for successful tech IPOs by pricing at a good discount so public investors can make money, says Kathleen Smith, principal at Renaissance Capital.
Square's surge Thursday may make its CEO and co-founder Jack Dorsey forget all about Twitter's drubbing this year.
Mobile payments company Square began its trading debut at $11.20 a share on Thursday, after pricing at $9 a day earlier.
Square was a canary in the coal mine for "unicorns" like Snapchat, Dropbox, and Pinterest.
We've found the number of Twitter followers a candidate gains during a debate is a good indicator for their poll position in the following weeks.
Heath Terry, Goldman's head of Internet equity research, weighs in on Jack Dorsey leading both Square and Twitter, and the outlook for Internet stocks.
Jon Steinberg, Daily Mail NA CEO, provides perspective on Jack Dorsey leading both Square and Twitter.
Square founder and CEO Jack Dorsey, and co-founder and CEO of Twitter, discusses what it's like to lead both companies.
Weibo is able to engage and connect with its users, which helps to drive its advertising business, explains Ryan Roberts, an analyst at MCM Partners.