A freeze on Bitcoin withdrawals imposed by three major exchanges won't cause any long-term harm to the digital currency's credibility, entrepreneurs attending a Bitcoin conference said Wednesday.
A coalition of the nation's leading technology firms joined an international protest Tuesday against the U.S. government's spying programs, urging more limits on collections of Americans' data and greater oversight and transparency about the secret operations.
TV viewers increasingly are watching programs on their own schedule, according to a Nielsen company media study released Monday.
It was a fleeting moment once the camera had gone off, but some say it's indicative of the leadership style Satya Nadella brings to his new job as CEO of Microsoft Corp.
AOL Corp. CEO Tim Armstrong has abandoned a plan to delay company contributions to employee retirement accounts until the end of the year after workers complained.
Turkish riot police fired water cannons and tear gas at hundreds of demonstrators who tried to march to Istanbul's main square to protest legislation which critics say will tighten government controls over the Internet.
With the Winter Games underway in Sochi, Google Inc. quietly but vibrantly added its voice Thursday to the chorus of U.S. companies speaking out against Russia's law restricting gay-rights activities by updating its iconic search page logo to depict illustrations of athletes skiing, sledding, curling and skating against a rainbow-colored backdrop.
The conference room inside Big Red Button Entertainment's offices would look unremarkable if it weren't for the vibrant panoramas of a cartoony, tree-filled world plastered next to portraits of colorful creatures and robots on the walls.
Twitter's stock is sinking on worries that the short online messaging service is not popular enough.
At least 10 U.S. states are considering bills to legalize or expand Internet gambling this year, according to a group that tracks gambling-related legislation worldwide.
Twitter beat Wall Street's earnings and revenue expectations in its first quarter as a public company. But investors were looking for even more - including faster user growth - and the company's stock dipped as much as 12 percent in after-hours trading Wednesday.
Your car might see a deadly crash coming even if you don't, the government says, indicating it will require automakers to equip new vehicles with technology that lets cars warn each other if they're plunging toward peril.
Charter Communications Inc.'s $38 billion bid to take over the much-larger Time Warner Cable Inc. is an attempt to future-proof its business by getting its foot in the door of millions more homes wired for Internet service.
It started off as "The FaceBook," a way for kids on the campus of Harvard University to stay connected socially, through the Internet. But the brainchild of Mark Zuckerberg would end up taking over the world.