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Sprint cellphone customers are getting free Wi-Fi at 35 major U.S. airports.
The anonymous thought-sharing app Whisper has hired a president and signed its 10th advertiser as it tests how to turn the attention of its 10 million monthly users into revenue.
A member of Russia's parliament has asked prosecutors to determine whether Apple violated Russia's ban on gay "propaganda" when it delivered U2's latest album to a half-billion iTunes users for free last year.
Shipments of the highly anticipated Apple Watch are reportedly being slowed by a faulty component manufactured by one of Apple’s suppliers in China.
When Ellen Pao lost her discrimination suit last month, it didn’t end concern over the lack of women at the top levels of the venture capital industry. In fact, it turned up the heat.
Apple posted net income of $13.6 billion during the first three months of the year on top of stronger-than-expected demand for the iPhone, the company announced Monday.
CNN national political reporter Peter Hamby is joining Snapchat Inc. as head of news.
Apple’s latest quarterly results on Monday are unlikely to top those from its blowout holiday quarter, but sales of the iPhone 6 should drive strong earnings gains compared with a year ago.
The selfie has become big business.
The second-most successful Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign in history is headed to court.
Want to walk away with Apple Watch from a store on Friday? Better get moving.
Yahoo’s CEO Marissa Mayer may be trying to “return an iconic company to greatness,” but she still has a long way to go.
After the Apple Watch ships to initial customers Friday, thousands of motorists might be sneaking a glance at the smartwatch to read text messages and other alerts.
Starting at 4:20 p.m. Monday, patients in Los Angeles and Orange counties will be able to order medical marijuana and schedule deliveries or pickups through a new app called Nugg.
Carpooling is one of the most popular services transport network companies like Uber, Lyft and Sidecar offer, but it faces a problem. Under California law, paid carpooling is prohibited.
Heart dissections in science classes have always been a messy affair. For years teachers have cut open cow’s or sheep’s hearts to show students how they look inside, and, while students get to feel and see the heart, they can’t watch as it beats, because the animals are dead. They can’t see the...
Mark Zuckerberg is defending Internet.org, the project to bring free Internet access to impoverished parts of the world. The Facebook-led initiative had been criticized for being anti-net neutrality.
Google Inc. probably faces a lengthy process in challenging antitrust claims brought by the European Union, but the Internet search giant might be able to avoid paying hefty fines or making big changes to its business.
Snapchat apparently wants more from Uber than just a ride.
Online shopping marketplace Etsy is scheduled to go public Thursday, raising as much as $267 million in the technology industry’s third major initial public offering of stock this year.