Pinterest is taking a mobile-first approach with its next data-inspired scheme for content discovery, which could eventually open up to a new revenue stream.
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Netflix is paying Comcast but not happy about it as it ramps the war of words over Net neutrality and last mile tolls. Comcast responds and says Netflix degraded its own traffic.
Microsoft's first quarter with Satya Nadella at the helm was a good one. The enterprise unit delivers the dollars again.
Research suggests middle-age parents make up the bulk of heavy mobile users, with women clocking in above men in the 'Mobile Addict' category.
Wall Street was looking for earnings of 23 cents per share on a revenue of $19.43 billion.
Edward Snowden caused more damage to the Internet than the U.S. intelligence community did, according to a former deputy director of the NSA. But of course, he would say that. So, now what?
Zoho and others have ended integration with LinkedIn after the business social media company decided on two developer partners in the CRM industry: Microsoft and Salesforce.
The expansion of IBM's US Federal Healthcare Practice includes data visualization, and an analytics service that integrates unstructured data from physician notes and lab results into electronic medical record systems.
Now everyone (with $1,500 to burn) can be a "Glasshole."
UPDATED: Coincidentally, the news about the Google+ chief's departure reportedly leaked on Secret, of all places, first.