Twitpic to Shut Down October 25

The photo-sharing service Twitpic will be finally shutting down on October 25, according to a blog post by startup founder Noah Everett. The post reads...

MasterCard Partners with Zwipe to Create World’s First Credit Card with Fingerprint Scanner

MasterCard partnered with Zwipe to create the world’s first credit card that combines biometric authentication and contactless payment technology. Financial institution Sparebanken DIN of...

Microsoft to Release Surface Mini and Surface 3 Before the Holidays

There are many tablets coming in the market this year especially from the tech giants (Apple, Samsung, Google) and now it is Microsoft's turn....

Apple and Facebook in the Hot Seat After Offering to Pay for Women to...

Calm down, people. Yes, we all love to comment about the latest perks Silicon Valley companies are throwing at their engineers in the arms...

After Two Years, Secretive Military Space Plane Lands

A secretive military space plane landed Friday in California after nearly two years in space. The unpiloted X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle touched down at Vandenberg Air...

Snapchat says it Will Start Showing Ads that Are Not “Creepy and Targeted”

Snapchat Inc. will start showing advertisements to its users, taking a step toward justifying the $10 billion valuation investors have placed on the startup. Unlike...

Amazon to Begin Delivering Fresh Groceries to New York Residents Today

Amazon publishes books, builds smartphones, distributes videos, and produces television shows, not to mention its core business: it sells almost everything. Now, the company...

iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus Arrives in China

As the Western world ogles Apple's new iPads, iMac, and desktop OS, Chinese fans are waiting in line for the iPhone 6 and 6...

Apple Pay Launching October 20 in U.S.

Leading up to today's major Apple iPad event, a number of stories cropped up hinting that Apple's new mobile payments system might be available...

More Americans Rely on Mobile Devices to Connect to the Internet

The United States is becoming a smartphone nation. Americans are increasingly relying on mobile devices to connect to the Internet, according to a report scheduled...

Apple Unveils Thinner iPad, Sharper iMac

Apple unveiled its new line of products on Thursday, including a thinner iPad that gives customers the ability to unlock the device and purchase...

After Making Controversial Comments About Women and Wages, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Launches Diversity...

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is launching a diversity effort to defuse growing furor over his comments that women should not ask for a raise...

During the Holidays, Amazon to Add 80,000 Seasonal Jobs

That's a 14% increase over last year Amazon has announced plans to add 80,000 seasonal jobs across the U.S. to help meet the growing customer...

Google Shares Fall 6%

Google's third-quarter revenue rose 20% but fell below Wall Street expectations as growth in the technology giant's core advertising business slowed and expenses continued...

CBS Announces Live Streaming Service ‘CBS All Access’

Content companies are suddenly clamoring for cord cutters. Now, CBS is jumping into the so-called over-the-top TV with its own live streaming service called CBS...

Twitter Teams Up With SoundCloud, iTunes for Built-in Media Streaming

Twitter is introducing a new way to listen to music and audio on its platform with built-in media streaming from SoundCloud and iTunes that...

Change Agent Linda Rottenberg Has a ‘Crazy’ World Mission

After graduating from Yale Law School nearly two decades ago, Linda Rottenberg spent time working in Latin America for Ashoka, a non-profit focused on...

Nexus 6 Release Launches Google Into ‘Phablet’ Market

Count Google among the tech companies making the leap into the "phablet" market. The company announced the Nexus 6 smartphone on Wednesday, which boasts a...

Google Leaps Into ‘Phablet’ Market with 5.96 Inch Nexus 6

Count Google among the tech companies making the leap into the "phablet" market. The company announced the Nexus 6 smartphone on Wednesday, which boasts a...

Netflix Shares Fall 24% as Subscriptions Lag

Shares of Netflix fell 24% in after-hours trading after the company revealed that its third-quarter subscriber gain fell short of its estimates. Still, company's $1.4...