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The social media service issued guidance below what Wall Street was expecting as its new chief executive, Jack Dorsey, looks at ways to reignite interest among consumers.
At the Indian Institute of Technology in New Delhi, the Facebook chief said Internet.org — which offers a stripped down version of the Internet to minimize data use — had one million members in India and 15 million users around the world.
A day after SXSW Interactive canceled two video game panels related to the so-called GamerGate movement over threats of violence, two digital media organizations threatened to pull out of the tech conference.
The computing giant disclosed in a regulatory filing that accounting practices in three countries are under scrutiny.
Oracle wants to do what it does best: build software that has the specific kinds of features that companies needs to manage their operations.
The most valuable company in the world and a company that aspires to be among the giants both report quarterly earnings on Tuesday afternoon. One faces big expectations and the other faces genuine concerns about its future.
Both panels appear to have been dedicated to exploring issues that have polarized the gaming community since last year, when an online movement known by the Twitter hashtag #GamerGate first formed.
Facebook's Internet.org effort has been criticized as an attempt to promote the company's own interests. This week, Mark Zuckerberg, the social media giant's chief executive, is expected to discuss the project during a visit to New Delhi.
The company makes an expensive gamble on a retail strategy that is still a long way from paying off.
Facebook is providing inexpensive wireless Internet access in about 40 villages in the foothills of the Himalayas and will expand the plan if successful.
After Amazon, Microsoft and Google reported earnings on Thursday, their market capitalizations soared, partly on the growth of cloud computing.
The chief executive of Twitter said he would give about $200 million of stock to be used to increase compensation to employees. The donation follows a large gift he made last week of his stock in Square, a mobile payments company that he also runs.
Three technology titans — Amazon, Google and Microsoft — will be reporting their quarterly financial results on Thursday.
Indiegogo is introducing Generosity.com to expand its offerings for personal fund-raising appeals.
The revelations of management issues involving women at Stanford University's business school and Hoover Institution come against a backdrop of a Silicon Valley debate over the lack of gender diversity in tech.
In yet another executive departure from the photo-messaging service, Jill Hazelbaker is joining Uber to help it deal with thorny regulatory policies.
Amino, a start-up, is mining health industry information to create a consumer service. Its first offering is a data-driven tool for choosing doctors.
IBM and Yahoo are in the hot seat this week as both companies seek to rev up their growth. IBM, which reported results on Monday, posted falling sales. Next up is Yahoo.
The former German telecom monopoly's complaint to European officials is expected to focus on whether Google uses its Android mobile operating system to unfairly promote its own products over those of rivals.
A top Yahoo executive will join Square, which is currently in the run-up to its initial public offering.