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Susan Wojcicki, YouTube's chief executive, discussed opportunities in mobile, acquisitions and juggling her five kids and her career at Fortune's Brainstorm Tech conference on Monday.
As users become concerned with their compulsive habits with smartphones, developers see a business opportunity in offering ways to help manage the devices.
In a post on Reddit late Sunday, Yishan Wong, Reddit’s former chief executive and Ellen Pao’s predecessor, accused Alexis Ohanian, a Reddit co-founder, of firing Ms. Taylor.
It's clear the introduction of Windows 10 is going to be more low key than it was for Windows 95.
Google’s senior vice president of products speaks at length about how Google products and apps try to balance giving you information with letting you live your life.
Steve Huffman, the new chief executive of Reddit, faces numerous challenges at the online message board. That includes not repeating the stumbles of previous leaders like Ellen Pao, who stepped down from Reddit on Friday.
If the human race is at peril from killer robots, the problem is probably not artificial intelligence. It is more likely to be artificial stupidity.
Google's search chief, Amit Singhal, discusses how Google search is moving from the web to apps.
Facebook announced a set of features that will give users more control over what they want to see in their news feed. In essence, you get to reprogram the social network's algorithm.
The company will shed more than 6 percent of its workers and take a charge against earnings related to its acquisition of Nokia’s smartphone business.
A company that offered a kind of Microsoft Office for the mobile age rediscovers the desktop, but with a difference: What's in your computer is what's in the cloud. If it takes, it could change how many things are built.
Symantec, the computer security company, suggests that a group it calls Morpho is after intellectual property, possibly to sell it to competitors or nation states.
The highly successful fund-raising round comes during a rout in China's stock markets, showing that the company is perceived as a long-term investment.
Sales figures released by Fanatics, the online retailer, offer a peek into what sort of shopping consumers like to do on their mobile devices.
The rush to invest has spurred so-called angel investors into earlier financing rounds, but there are drawbacks for both entrepreneur and investor.
Ms. Sandberg, who lost her husband Dave Goldberg in May, is taking a seat on the online survey company he helped build. Facebook's former C.F.O. is also joining the board.
Raising the stakes in its competition with Uber, the search giant said it would test the service in Tel Aviv through Waze, an Israeli social-mapping start-up it acquired in 2013.
Companies like Google, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest are trying to bridge the gap between smartphone browsing and desktop purchases.
While Silicon Valley tried to separate tech winners from losers for decades, until 2013 it had not really coined a name for the kind of start-ups the industry most treasured.
The penchant of T-Mobile's chief executive to bluntly criticize the competition has appeared to rub off on the chief executive of another wireless carrier.