Snap Will Reportedly Trade on NYSE

Snap Inc., the parent company of messaging app Snapchat, will reportedly trade on the New York Stock Exchange when it plans to go public. According...

Say Farewell to the Small Smartphone

Let’s take a moment this weekend to praise and fondly remember the compact smartphone. The little iPhone SE, with the 4-inch LCD screen, is a...

What We Know About the iPhone 6

Apple has a clear design and manufacturing rhythm to the release of their iPhones. One year they overhaul the look and feel of the...

Microsoft’s New Web Browser Will Be Called “Microsoft Edge”

Goodbye, Internet Explorer. Hello, Microsoft Edge. Microsoft announced today that Microsoft Edge is the official moniker of the new browser that had been code named...

Facebook Hopes to Test Wi-fi Drone by 2015

The Facebook drones are on their way, and we’re not talking about bored friends who send out Candy Crush Saga invites. The company shared a...

YouTube Launches Reels, a Snapchat-Like Stories Feature

YouTube is the latest to jump on the “stories” bandwagon, adapting the short-form content format popularized by Snapchat. The new feature, called Reels, is “YouTube’s spin on...

Ex-Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer to Teach Classes at Stanford and USC

Steve Ballmer is going back to school. The former head of Microsoft Corp. (MSFT:US), who dropped out of Stanford University’s business school in 1980 to become the...
Facebook Chief Product Officer Chris Cox and WhatsApp VP Chris Daniels

Facebook Loses Chief Product Officer Chris Cox and WhatsApp Head Chris Daniels

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has announced the departure of the firm's chief product officer Chris Cox and head of WhatsApp Chris Daniels. Mr Cox joined...

Top Executives Chris Daniels and Chris Cox Are Leaving Facebook

Two of Facebook’s top executives are leaving the social network — a week after its boss Mark Zuckerberg announced a big strategic pivot toward...

Google Launches “Sidewalk Labs” to Help Make City Life Run More Efficiently

Google, famous for its ambitious projects to build self-driving cars and high-altitude balloons that beam the Internet to earth, is now taking aim at...

Facebook Now Denies Reports that it Suppresed Conservative Trending Topics

Facebook is now strongly refuting claims that it suppressed conservative Trends after issuing a more vague and indirect PR statement earlier today about having...

Struggling BlackBerry Launches New Phone

BlackBerry launched a new smartphone Wednesday as the embattled Canadian company hopes for a comeback. Chief executive John Chen unveiled a large-screen, square sized phone...

Google Opens Up Project Fi to Everyone, But Only for Today

If you've been thinking about checking out Google's Project Fi wireless service, now is your chance. The Mountain View, California, Internet search titan said Monday...

Sony’s Project Morpheus Virtual Reality Headset Launching in First `+2016

Sony's PlayStation 4-powered virtual reality headset, Project Morpheus, has new specs and a slightly different look (seen above). Okay, it doesn't look that different....

Watch Out! Russia to Test Its Ability to Disconnect from Global Internet

The nascent RuNet is meant to allow the country to survive an attack — and Putin to monitor and control his subjects. Russia will test...

5 Apps to Help You Survive the Thanksgiving Holiday

These five free mobile apps for Android and iOS devices can help you shop for holiday groceries and gifts, find the best routes to...

Uber Defies California’s Demands, Keeps Self-driving Cars On the Road

Uber said Friday it planned to keep its self-driving cars on the streets of San Francisco, defying a state order to halt the test...

AT&T Claims Completion of the World’s First 5G Connection

You’re going to hear a lot of claims about “5G firsts” as the leading telecom companies slug it out to deliver the next generation...

South Korean Regulators Fine Qualcomm $865 Million

South Korean regulators fined Qualcomm $865 million, claiming the chip maker violated the country's competition law. Last year, the Korea Fair Trade Commission accused Qualcomm...
SAN JOSE, CA – APRIL 17: The Guadalupe River Park provides hikers a respite from the concrete jungle of downtown San Jose, Calif., Wednesday, April 17, 2019. The area will get much more use in the future with Google’s forthcoming campus. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group)

Silicon Valley Could be the Second Richest Country in the World

If Silicon Valley was its own country, its per-person GDP would make it the second richest in the world, just behind oil-producing Qatar. The Republic...