When Twitter first met Facebook
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone on why he turned down Facebook's $500M offer and why entrepreneurs aren't heroes.
Brian Stelter on CNN's new TV app
CNN's senior media correspondent gives his take on his own network's latest offering.
In China, a momentary pause for tech purchases
As subsidies end, the market for consumer electronics in China is slipping. But it won't stay back for long.
Why Google bought a drone company
Google acquires drone maker Titan Aerospace, and like Facebook, hopes the technology will help deliver cheap and easy Internet access in the future.
How companies are using wearables in the workplace
Companies want to ensure that employees keep active and sleep well. Wearable technology may be the answer.
Netflix speeds surge for Comcast users following connection deal
Streaming speeds for Comcast users jumped nearly 50% last month after Netflix reluctantly agreed to pay up for a direct connection to Comcast's network.
What's next for Dropbox?
The file-syncing startup has launched a suite of new tools designed to capture a greater share of your online life.
Google buys drone maker Titan Aerospace
Titan makes high-altitude, solar-powered drones that Google hopes to use to help deliver Internet service.
Mozilla names interim CEO after gay-marriage controversy
Chris Beard, a Mozilla veteran, will lead the software non-profit as its searches for a long-term CEO.
7 businesses Amazon wants to shake up
From industrial supplies to educational software, Amazon is about more than just retail and books.
Manicube raises $5 million for in-office 'beauty chores'
Startup offers manicures and pedicures to working women in their offices
Is this tiny gadget the future of smoking?
Berkeley-based tech company Ploom wants to reinvent smoking for the 21st century -- and not just for tobacco.
Time is running out for Box competitors
The clock is ticking for enterprise file-sharing companies after their brightest star, Box, filed for an IPO.
Sony, Microsoft turn to game titles as console launch buzz fades
The next generation of video game consoles has exceeded expectations, but the platforms face challenges to keep up the momentum.
Inside the Shapeways 3D printing factory
Fortune visits Shapeways' New York factory to check in on the three-dimensional printing revolution.
Massachusetts' clever immigration reform workaround
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick unveiled a novel plan that aims to let foreign-born, U.S.-educated entrepreneurs stay in the country. Here's how it works.
How Zuck met Oculus: The story behind Facebook's big bet on virtual reality
CEO Brendan Iribe recounts the steps leading up to the $2 billion deal.
2014: The year of the mega breach
As the Heartbleed bug wreaks havoc on the Internet, cybercrime investigator Brian Krebs talks about how identity theft is 'growing by leaps and bounds'.
Why isn't Apple suing Google?
Samsung's argument that Apple has attacked the wrong company could resonate with the jury.
How Mark Zuckerberg courts companies
In just three and a half days, Facebook and virtual reality firm Oculus worked out a $2 billion deal.
Joe Nocera's thing about Apple
The New York Times Op-Ed columnist does it again.
Heartbleed bug affects gadgets everywhere
The Heartbleed Internet bug affects a lot of the gear we all use at work. Fixing it all will be a herculean task.
Tinder isn't worth $5 billion, but it's valuable, investors say
Today's version of "Hot or Not" has more upside potential than you might think.
Why Facebook bought Oculus
Oculus CEO Brendan Iribe tells CNNMoney's Laurie Segall why Facebook became interested in buying his company.
Samsung Galaxy S5: Just a slight upgrade
Samsung's Galaxy S5 smartphone is improved over its predecessor, but only in subtle ways.
Major League Baseball goes to bat with 'R.B.I. Baseball 14' reboot
One of the most storied baseball video game franchises of all time has returned, and was developed internally by the league.
Is VR really the next big thing?
Virtual reality technology has been in development for decades, but it's hotter than ever with Facebook's $2 billion acquisition of Oculus VR. Should it be?
Amazon offers employees $5,000 to quit
Amazon CEO Bezos says his $5,000 pay-to-quit program helps to insure that workers at Amazon really want to be there.
Google exec: We love Android and Chrome equally
We talk to Sundar Pichai, the head of Google's Android, Chrome and Apps groups.
The fight to sell (virtual) selling
A number of e-commerce companies have sprung up to help businesses sell digital goods more effectively online. The hardest sale? Themselves.
T-Mobile to sell 4G iPad at Wi-Fi price
T-Mobile is launching a new attack in its effort to shake up the wireless industry.
Apple docs: Samsung misled investors about Galaxy Tab sales
A "top secret" internal report shows Samsung sold half as many Galaxy Tabs as it claimed.
Grand tour of the Apple retail palaces of Europe: Berlin
Second stop on a 5-city tour is a renovated century-old theater on a wide Berlin boulevard.
Change these passwords right now
Worried about the Heartbleed bug? Here are the passwords to change immediately.
Amazon buys digital comics app comiXology
Amazon is targeting a new corner of the media world.
Tech stock rout continues in Asia
Asian tech and telecom stocks plunged Friday as investors sold off their holdings, alarmed by yet another slide in U.S. technology stocks yesterday.
Four tips for negotiating a new tech job
Experts offer advice on how to get what you want and be a team player.
Evernote CEO: Apps will become obsolete
Smart devices and wearables are the future, and they won't run on apps, Libin says.
Food startups are cookin': Munchery raises $28 million for meal delivery
San Francisco-based company expands to Seattle, aims to be in up to 20 cities within next few years.
Comcast grilled in Senate over merger plans
Executives from Comcast and Time Warner Cable appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday to make the case for their merger.
10 Questions: Nico Sell, co-founder and CEO, Wickr
On top-secret messaging, competing against viral growth apps, and protecting one's identity.
In conversation with: Sebastian Thrun, CEO, Udacity
On why higher education is expensive, the importance of the English language, and his designs to go global.
Silicon Valley pushes immigration reform
Tech entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley push for immigration reform with FWD.us.
Atlassian: The $3.3 billion software company you've never heard of
The Aussie business collaboration startup is profitable and quietly preparing for an I.P.O. We talk to co-founder and co-CEO Mike Cannon-Brookes.
Icahn settles with eBay over PayPal
Carl Icahn has dropped a shareholder proposal to split off part of PayPal.
Survey: 40% of early adopters would buy a bigger iPhone
Interest in the so-called iPhone 6 sets a ChangeWave survey record.
Dropbox opens its next chapter, with 275 million users
Cloud-storage startup adopts a multi-app approach, taking on big tech players such as Facebook and Google.
'Drone law' becomes big business
Last month's ruling overturning a ban on commercial drone use highlights just how messy the regulation of domestic drones really is.
Warren Buffett endorses Airbnb
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has reached out to Airbnb to give shareholders cheaper lodging alternatives for next month's annual meeting in Omaha.
Pearl Jam's Dropbox hypocrisy
Dropbox makes major announcement, and a little part of me just died.
A big challenge to GrubHub's post-IPO growth? Fax machines
The food ordering company reveals that many of its restaurant customers have yet to adopt tablets.
Ex-Urban Outfitters CEO talks about his new private equity plans
Glen Senk has more than $350 million to invest into growing consumer and retail companies.
In the era of mobile, the web will live on
People are spending more time on their mobile phones versus their desktops, but the mobile web still has its place for companies to market themselves.
Heartbleed bug: What you need to know
Heartbleed takes advantage of a fatal flaw in a safety feature that is supposed to keep your Web communication private.
J.P. Morgan: Apple is leaving $63 billion on the table
All it needs to do, says the bank's new Apple analyst, is put a keyboard on the iPad.
Review: HTC One (M8)
Is this the best Google Android phone on the market? One word: Yes.
Alaska newspaper sold to online rival
The Anchorage Daily News is being sold to an online media company. Observers said they could think of no other similarly-sized newspaper that had been swallowed up by a web rival.
The bug that rocked the foundations of the web
It's called Heartbleed, and it leaves much of the Internet at risk of exploitation. Here's how.
End of the 'gig economy?' Entrepreneurship fell in 2013, thanks to job growth
Fewer Americans are launching new ventures out of necessity, a new Kauffman Foundation report shows.
Meet Silicon Valley's 28-year old whiz kid
Sam Altman sold his company Loopt for $43 million in 2012. Now he's in charge of Y Combinator, one of Silicon Valley's most influential nurturers of startups.
Why Andreessen Horowitz changed its mind on Oculus VR
Andreessen Horowitz stands to make a fortune from Oculus VR, but it originally didn't want to invest.
How Microsoft can disrupt the tech industry again
By rethinking its acquisition strategy, the computer software and electronics company can be an innovator in growing sectors, such as cloud services, smart phones and teleconferencing.
Comcast takes merger case to Washington
Comcast and Time Warner Cable need to convince lawmakers and regulators why a merger of the two is good for consumers. It may not be easy.
A reason to take Google Glass seriously
Wearable Intelligence has developed software that could turn those geeky glasses into a real lifesaver.
Holder: Bitcoin raises legal concerns
Attorney General Eric Holder told lawmakers that Bitcoin is troubling because it can be used to hide unlawful transactions.
Bitcoin players knock on Washington doors
companies are hiring lobbyists, visiting lawmakers Capitol Hill and writing to agencies about how they should write rules that will determine the future of the virtual currency.
Can St. Louis become the next tech hub?
Square co-founder Jim McKelvey is leading the charge to revitalize the Missouri city.
Microsoft drops Windows XP support
Microsoft pulled its support for Windows XP on Tuesday. Here's what that means and what your options are.
Climate Change, Inc.
Singapore already managed its water crises. Now it's selling its services to the world -- and stands to benefit from a changing climate.
What savvy tech investors look for
They look past a firm's current performance to examine their potential to dominate new markets
10 Questions: Jon Crawford, founder and CEO, Storenvy
On removing middlemen, playing by his own rules, and loving things that are so bad they're good.
Bell tries on custom-fit helmet tech
The bicycle and motorcycle helmet-maker is trying out a way to buy (safer, cheaper) protection tailored to the specific shape of your noggin.
Tech stocks may have more room to fall
Even with last week's drop in the Nasdaq, investors appear to be hoping for too much out of technology stocks.
Charger fills your battery in 30 seconds
StoreDot has developed a prototype phone charger than can charge your phone in half a minute.
Charlie Gasparino on Apple and high-frequency trading
Fox Business News' senior correspondent, say Apple investors, couldn't be more wrong.
4 ways the Internet is getting faster
New technologies have doubled the speed of the Internet and tripled Wi-Fi speeds.
Exclusive: Blue Apron raising new funds at $500 million valuation
The meal kit company is cooking up a lot more venture capital funding.
Your new heat source: data centers
Researchers are turning the data centers that power big tech companies into sources for reused energy.
How to make credit cards more secure
The CEO of Oberthur Technologies, which issues credit cards with EMV security chips, says 'the U.S. Has become the weakest point' where hackers can target credit card transactions.
Underwater robot looking for Flight 370
The cutting-edge ROV (remotely operating vehicle) uses two cameras and robotic arms underwater in hopes of recovering evidence of the missing plane.
Beware Flight 370 scams
Hackers are using the missing jet to bait victims and get access to information.
Wi-Fi speeds are about to triple
The company announced plans this week for new technology that it says could triple Wi-Fi speeds in homes, offices and on public networks.
Airbnb users share tips ... and the wealth
Airbnb may soon be worth $10 billion. That's more than Hyatt. Does the home and apartment sharing site live up to the hype? Top hosts think so.
5-year-old Xbox hacker explains himself
Five-year-old Kristoffer Von Hassel hacked his dad's Xbox account and tells Richard Quest how he did it.
Amazon's Fire TV could be the holy grail of set-top boxes
The tech giant's $99 device, released this week, is an impressive living room contender.
'Jon Snow' likes to play more than 'Game of Thrones'
Kit Harington, a star of HBO's adaptation of George R.R. Martin's bestselling books, talks technology, video games and season 4.
What's the difference between Whisper and Secret?
Anonymity is all the rage for mobile applications. Here are two of the hottest -- and what makes them different.
Windows 8 soon to be more like Windows 7
Microsoft is drawing inspiration from Windows 7, but Windows 8 won't be stuck there.
Underdogs no more: NYC's $125 billion tech ecosystem adds 45,000 jobs
The technology sector is quickly becoming the top dog in New York.
Is Silicon Valley ageist?
Popular consensus is yes, but I'm not convinced.
Apple v. Samsung II: Twisting the truth in Judge Koh's court
Samsung told the jury -- 8 times -- that Apple never used 3 of the 5 patents.
Nest halts smoke alarm sales
Nest has stopped selling its smart smoke alarm. You can accidentally turn it off with a wave of your hand.
Next up for disruption: the grocery business
The logistics of "last mile" food delivery and the thin margins in the grocery business delayed the inevitable, but capital is finally pouring into online grocery shopping.
Facebook's creepy new face recognition software
Facebook still isn't as good as humans when it comes to identifying people in photos, but it's getting awfully close.
GrubHub IPO delivers: Up 31%
Shares of online take-out company GrubHub soar on their first day of trading. Investors appear to have an insatiable appetite for many IPOs.
10 Questions: Pau Sabria, co-founder, Olapic
On e-commerce, preparing for the challenges of entrepreneurship, and the importance of happiness.
BitTorrent's cloud solution? Bypass it altogether
BitTorrent Sync, a device-to-device file-sharing service that doesn't park user data in the cloud, has two million users and counting -- and it's still in beta.
U.S. tried to overthrow Castro with Twitter clone
Cuba's own Twitter service, ZunZuneo, was actually a secret U.S. plot to undermine the island's communist government, AP reports.
Video: How Ortiz trapped Obama in a Samsung selfie
The White House is miffed about the unauthorized promotional stunt, but what can it do?
Mozilla CEO resigns after same-sex storm
Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich has resigned after sparking controversy over his donation to an anti-same-sex marriage campaign.
Mightybell: A 'smarter' social network for groups and businesses
CEO Gina Bianchini says current platforms leave a lot to be desired
Meet Cortana, Microsoft's Siri
Microsoft unveiled Cortana, a digital assitant that follows in the footsteps of Apple and Google.
Is HBO's 'Silicon Valley' any good?
Also: The show's cast tells
what to expect from season one.
Amazon's plan to rule your TV
Amazon unveiled the Fire TV, a streaming video box that the company hopes will compete with Apple TV, Chromecast and Roku.
Veteran angel raises new $40 million venture fund
Pejman Nozad's venture firm has invested in HomeJoy, Heap, and others.
What's eating Florian Mueller?
Is he being blackmailed? Has his child been kidnapped? Or did he merely sell out?
Meet Microsoft Cortana, Siri for Windows
Microsoft says its new digital personal assistant Cortana is not just a search engine, but can also be personalized, understanding your interests, places and inner circles.
Boundary, an enterprise infrastructure firm, raises $22 million
It's never been more important to keep services and applications online, which is why CEO Gary Read says his company can be bigger than ServiceNow.
Apple v. Samsung II: A user-friendly checklist for the new jury
This time, Apple is keeping it simple: Five patents, 10 Samsung smartphones.
Why Amazon's Fire TV should scare the gaming industry
We saw what Amazon did to the publishing industry. Now it's going after videogames.
Former Nokia CEO starts new gig with a bang
Microsoft's new head of devices kicks off the company's Build developers conference by announcing three new smartphones.
Amazon throws a firebomb in the battle for your living room
The online retail giant has upped the ante with Amazon Fire TV, a box for streaming video through a television set.
Ex-cons in charge at this tech startup
Half of LaunchPodium's staff has spent time at San Quentin State Prison. Laurie Segall reports.
One big omission from the Fire TV announcement: No Amazon music
Amazon is creating TV shows, movies, and games, but it left music streaming to partners Pandora and iHeartRadio.
Microsoft makes Windows 8.1 friendlier
Microsoft has mouse and keyboard users in mind with its latest update to its touch-friendly Windows 8.1 software.
See Microsoft's mouse friendly Windows 8.1
Microsoft announced updates to its Windows operating system, making it easier for mouse and keyboard users to navigate on a desktop.
Amazon unveils streaming media device
Amazon's new device, Fire TV, is a set-top internet video and gaming box.
FirstFuel: Is this startup the next Nest?
The company's focus is finding energy savings in commercial buildings.
Japan's tech startups bet on wearables - in the U.S.
Having missed the smartphone surge, Japanese tech companies see wearables as the next wave. But this time, they plan on riding it with an American mentality.
See the startups developed in prison
At San Quentin State Prison, entrepreneurial convicts develop business ideas as part of the prison's tech incubator.
Where is Bitcoin legal?
People are increasingly using Bitcoin, which is not backed by any government. Many central banks have cautioned against it -- but take a hands-off approach.
Chloe & Isabel updates the Tupperware party for the social media age
The New York jewelry startup has built up an army of social media mavens to sell its jewelry.
Startup's tech searches for Flight 370
Skybox Imaging provides high-resolution images to its private clients. Its advanced technology is now being used to search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Disruptors storm D.C. (sorta)
"Impatient" tech execs lay out an agenda for changing federal policy. But Washington may have other plans.
T-Mobile no longer selling BlackBerry
BlackBerry announces end to license for T-Mobile to sell BlackBerry phones.
What will social media's giants look like in 5 or 10 years?
Five years ago, Facebook trailed MySpace and Twitter was busy harpooning its Fail Whale. Where will they be five years from now?
HTC One M8 review: Beautifully better
HTC didn't change much with its new flagship phone, but it didn't need much changing to begin with.
Big Data is secretly scoring you
Data brokers, analytics firms and retailers are creating hundreds of "secret" consumer scores that rank you on everything from whether or not you will keep your job to how likely you are to commit fraud.
Google's 'evil' stock split
Remember when Google was a tech rebel? The company's upcoming stock split shows its transition to the dark side may be complete.
The startup staffed by ex-cons
LaunchPodium is a tech startup partnering with The Last Mile, an incubator inside San Quentin, to hire ex-cons.
Diabetes drugmaker raises VC funding at massive valuation
Intarcia becomes one of very few biotech startups to gain "unicorn" status.
Intel's high-priced Cloudera investment looks a bit desperate
Why did Intel pay so much to invest in Cloudera?
Wil Wheaton's game theory
The geek icon is inviting everyone to gather around for games and fun on International TableTop Day.
Behind Facebook and Google's random acquisitions
The spate of pricey deals are a reflection of uncertainty as the companies search for tech's next big thing.
10 Questions: Dan Rosensweig, president and CEO, Chegg
On being authentic, the challenges of disruption, and his obsession with The Boss.
Hackathon for health
To encourage solutions for reducing childhood obesity, one non-profit is embracing two hot startup trends: hackathons and pitch contests.
Weibo's IPO: Rough sailing ahead?
China's Twitter faces real challenges heading into its IPO
Gmail at 10: How Google dominated e-mail
It wasn't the first, but since day one, Gmail has always been the best e-mail service.
Facebook execs get another big payday
Facebook revealed Monday that top executives took home huge sums in 2013, even if pay was less than 2012.
Court blocks Ryan Seacrest's Typo case
A federal judge has blocked sales of a snap-on iPhone keyboard made by the start-up Typo, which was co-founded by Ryan Seacrest.
Apple v. Samsung II: How to follow the case on Twitter
Get up-to-the-minute developments from any screen with Internet connection.
Can technology improve the gift receipt?
New e-commerce tech rewrites the etiquette of giving gifts.
Will Twitter's new photo features stoke growth?
A new feature allowing multiple photos and tags goes beyond the service's signature simplicity. The slow-growing service needs it.
Windows XP's retirement could put ATMs and more at risk
Microsoft will end support for the aging operating system after April 8, leaving unprepared financial institutions vulnerable to hacking.
How a secret iOS feature could change the Internet
Mesh networks: An explainer.
Getting real with the father of virtual reality
Eight candid questions with a computer science pioneer. Jaron Lanier opens up about Bitcoin, social media, and where we're most vulnerable online.
Tech industry monitors sanctions on Russia, but experts warn of risks
Technology companies are saying little about the standoff between Russia and the West, but that doesn't mean there won't be problems down the line.
New IRS rules make using Bitcoins a fiasco
The IRS now forces you to keep a strict record of every Bitcoin purchase made all year long -- a complicated bookkeeping game.
Things go from 'bad' to 'less bad' for BlackBerry
BlackBerry reported another loss. But investors seem excited about CEO John Chen's turnaround strategy.
Exclusive: Kitchensurfing raises $15 million for private chef marketplace
Tiger Global Management makes uncharacteristic early stage investment in the New York startup.
This big data company has Hollywood DNA
Want to work at Tableau Software? You might have to get an Academy Award first.
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