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The social network is removing messaging from its smartphone app, requiring users to install a separate piece of software to restore the feature. Facebook says the strategy will speed up the user experience.
Following a recent announcement by Qualcomm, another semiconductor maker announces a huge upgrade in the speed of wireless home routers. The Broadcom offering is expected to allow all sorts of devices to send video at speeds that make transmitting content as easy as changing channels.
The company, known for its small-scale artisans and handmade goods, will help some sellers get bigger, and take a commission.
Storefront enables people to quickly set up a retail location to sell anything and everything.
Todd Pendleton, the chief marketing officer for Samsung’s American division, said that Samsung had a better phone than Apple before he arrived, people just didn't know about it.
Following in Facebook's footsteps, Google said Monday that it had purchased Titan Aerospace, the maker of high-altitude drone satellites, which will be used to take photos of the earth and to connect people to the Internet.
Mozilla, the maker of the popular Firefox web browser, announced Monday that it had appointed Chris Beard the interim chief executive of the company.
Top officers and directors of the social network, as well as its largest outside shareholder, say they will hang on to their shares when they get their first chance to sell in May. That could prop up the stock, which is trading at half its record high, set in December.
An influx of late-stage investments is driving up valuations and stoking fears of another dot-com bubble.
The developers of the Hudson Yards on Manhattan's West Side are forming a partnership with the researchers at N.Y.U.'s Center for Urban Science and Progress to create a "quantified community" that uses data science to study and improve the urban environment.
The material has the potential to change the electronics industry, and recently researchers have focused on how to produce it commercially.
Mr. Head offers his thoughts on the social landscape of the technology-dominated economy.
We see "innovation" almost as a force of nature, a relentless outcome by the work of tech entrepreneurs. In the process, several economists warn, we're losing sight of social realities about innovation.
Google is not officially a defendant in this case, but most of Samsung’s phones include Android, and some of the Apple patents involve features that Google put in Android.
Andrew "Weev" Auernheimer had been sentenced to 41 months in prison for breaching AT&T's security and obtaining 114,000 email addresses in 2010 before a federal judge threw out the case on Friday.
Next week Google is running a one-day promotion that will allow anyone in the United States to buy a pair of Google Glass. But some think the price, $1,500, is still too high.
Hardware like home routers and printers is connected to the Internet, and the Heartbleed bug is built into some of it.
Zap! Pow! The acquisition of ComiXology fits nicely into Amazon's entertainment strategy, which focuses on controlling the means of distribution.
The Justice Department and the Federal Trade Commission said that sharing information between companies about threats to cybersecurity is not likely to raise antitrust concerns.
As Stephen Colbert takes the reigns of the “Late Show,” CBS’s flagship late-night franchise, he will also need to figure out how to enter the battle for viewers on YouTube and other online video sites.