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The chief executive of the Indian mobile advertising start-up denied reports that the company was discussing a possible acquisition by Google.
Bento is one of a number of start-ups that are trying to re-imagine search for mobile phones by anticipating what you want to do with your device.
The federal agency said the satellite television giant had not made clear the terms of a two-year service contract, with escalating monthly costs and steep cancellation fees.
Google just matched Amazon for cheap online storage, with an important difference: While Amazon promises to fetch the cheap data in hours, Google offers to do it in three seconds.
In the wake of news that Hillary Rodham Clinton used a private email address during her time as secretary of state, some members of Congress say they never send or read email.
While watching a sunrise from the highest point in Africa, Patrick Pichette decided it was time to "hit the road" with his wife and find his bliss, he wrote in a goodbye note.
A new service, from a company that does not sell security products, tests the effectiveness of security software in real time.
The latest development in Facebook's push of open-source hardware: A new kind of networking switch, a powerful low-energy computer server, and a steadily-increasing number of partners.
Initial impressions of the Apple Watch are that it is good-looking for a smart watch and not hard to use, but whether it is yet a necessary purchase remains unsettled.
Square has gone beyond its credit card reader and introduced new products in the last year. On Monday, it will introduce two services that it says will further help small businesses.
In an era of self-promotion and runaway hype, where every supporting player wants to be a star, it is nearly impossible to retain earlier ideals of restraint.
A Nielsen study showed that the volume of tweets about a television show corresponded strongly to viewers' real-time reactions as measured by a brain monitor.
Many of the arguments against the F.C.C.'s net neutrality plan echo those made when the Communications Act of 1934, which created the F.C.C., was passed.
The Google Compare auto insurance shopping site could rattle the insurance industry and change how individual brokers do business.
A number of ted tech companies said they would improve the security and privacy of their services. But a new report concludes they are falling short of expectations.
Oculus VR, Sony, HTC and other makers of virtual reality headsets have incorporated technology to combat nausea, allowing them to set timetables for mass-marketing their products.
China's largest Internet company, Alibaba, is adding to its modest presence in Silicon Valley, but not in the way many have expected.
Punit Soni, who led product management at Motorola Mobility when it was owned by Google, will oversee current and future products for Flipkart, an e-commerce start-up that wants to gain a foothold in Silicon Valley.
The social network start-up Nextdoor and its investors see opportunities in the company’s more than 53,000 microcommunities.
Andrus Ansip, the digital chief at the European Commission, reaffirmed the region’s tough stance on anticompetitive practices, data protection and tax avoidance in an interview at the Mobile World Congress.