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Twitter has filed to go public, disclosing its revenue and profit for the first time. We're updating live as we pore over the company's SEC Form S-1.
Instagram will soon begin serving ads. That’s only what you’d expect from the company that Facebook paid $1 billion for in the spring of last year, just weeks before going public.
Fresh off an apparent victory in which a New Yorker fined for renting a room out through Airbnb had his penalty overturned, the sharing economy's marquee company says its "hosts" should collect room taxes just like hotels.
The company behind IBM’s storage cloud is indeed on the way out. Last month, Nirvanix — the San Diego, California company that powered IBM’s SmartCloud Storage service — told customers and partners that it was shutting down on September 30,...
The real problem with ebooks is that they’re more “e” than book, so an entirely different set of rules govern what someone — from an individual to a library — can and can’t do with them compared to physical books,...
Peer-to-peer car-sharing company RelayRides says it's abandoning hourly rentals in favor of a model much closer to the traditional rental car industry.
Spotify did it for music. Netflix did it for movies. And now, Trip Adler and Scribd are doing it for books. The 29-year-old entrepreneur and his six-year-old San Francisco startup just unveiled an online subscription service that gives you unlimited...
Fresh off of launching its same-day delivery shopping service to the San Francisco public, Google is now offering to accept those packages for you, too.
The co-creator of Twitter and Blogger has decided that "the internet is simply a giant machine designed to give people what they want." Here's what this grand unified theory means and where it came from.
If you've started to feel like Google understands you a little better, the company says that's because they've quietly rolled out the biggest revamp of search in years.
The world trusts Google to deliver quality internet search results. And now, it’s delivering your toilet paper, too. That may sound like nonsense, but it’s true, and it could lead to a weird new world where the stuff you need...
Photo: Platon Alexis Ohanian was barely out of college when he founded Reddit with Steve Huffman in 2005. A year later, the social news site was sold to Condè Nast (which also owns this magazine), and Ohanian eventually moved on...
If Microsoft hadn't stepped outside the law to block his company's path onto the world's computers, says Rob Glaser, he would now be running one of the web's biggest success stories.
Facebook may have been allowed into part of Shanghai, but it's a long way from conquering China. Here's why.
Twitter is an ad business. Amazon is the world's largest online retailer. Guess which one makes more money on ad sales?
If there's anything the tech industry needs now, it's a return to the era of 56K modems, tags, and absurdly overvalued internet startups. This must be why someone has purportedly decided to resurrect Kozmo.com
Smart thermostat maker Nest is reportedly expanding into smoke detectors.
Hardware is cool again. We already know the reasons why: crowdfunding, mobile, e-tail, etc. But here’s what we don’t know, and what we really need to talk about if we want the current hardware renaissance to be more than just...
Could it be that the end of BlackBerry isn't just about the end of BlackBerry, but the end of anything radically different in mobile, period?
Failed smartphone maker BlackBerry has agreed to sell itself to Canadian financiers for less than $5 billion, ending one of the most spectacular declines in recent tech history.