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Google, coming to grips with its giant size and the splintered nature of its many businesses, is remaking its corporate structure and changing its name to Alphabet.
An update to Snapchat being released Monday gives users more control over how much mobile data the entertainment app sucks up.
Women across the tech industry took to Twitter early this week, posting photos of themselves with the hashtag #ILookLikeAnEngineer. Now they hope to take their stereotype-defying mantra to a crowdfunded billboard overlooking San Francisco.
Users who swipe right on a new app developed by Tinder could get matched with someone on the Forbes "30 Under 30" list.
A day after Netflix said it would substantially boost paid leave time for new parents, Microsoft announced that it too is enhancing its benefits.
Downtown L.A.'s tech scene is getting a boost with Grid110, a new economic development organization that supports local early-stage start-ups by providing access to office space, mentors and resources.
Netflix said Tuesday it will allow new parents up to a year of paid time off, becoming one of the tech industry's most generous major companies in offering parental leave.
A Twitter hashtag that challenges race and gender stereotypes in the technology industry took off in San Francisco Tuesday, with dozens of engineers posting their photos to the social network alongside the hashtag #ilooklikeanengine...
This post was done in partnership with The Wirecutter, a buyer's guide to the best technology. If you need a business laptop that's tougher and more serviceable than an ultrabook, you should get the Lenovo ThinkPad T450s. After more than 30 hours of research and testing, it's the one we recommend...
Technology continues to make it possible to optimize every aspect of business, meaning that "zero" as a business goal - zero excess capacity, zero waste, zero errors - is now theoretically possible. Just think of how the rise of the sharing economy has led to the success of the zero marginal cost...
Three major automakers signaled their commitment to automated cars late Sunday with an agreement to buy mapping technology from Nokia for just over $3 billion.
A move from transit-rich New York to car-crazy Los Angeles prompted Manuela White to spend more than $17,000 on a used Toyota Corolla sight unseen with just a click on her laptop.
The head of the failed Japan-based bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox was arrested in Tokyo on Saturday on suspicion of inflating his cash account by $1 million, authorities said.
When Mark Zuckerberg posted a Facebook status on Friday announcing that he and his wife, Priscilla Chan, were expecting a baby, it went viral, as expected.
Luxe Valet is best known for helping people find parking. Soon, it will also be known for driving people and their cars home.
On-demand transportation company Uber will spend $1 billion over the next nine months in India to expand its presence in one of its biggest global markets, the San Francisco company announced Friday.
Steve Jobs is a longtime role model for budding techies. But now he comes with an asterisk.
NBCUniversal is in talks to invest as much as $250 million in Buzzfeed News as part of the traditional media giant's efforts to appeal to millennials who get much of their news online - rather than from watching a talking head on TV...
Fuisz Media, a start-up whose technology makes video ads interactive, has raised $10 million in funding from heavy-hitters in the media industry to hire more people in product development and sales.
Uber has spent the last five years connecting drivers with passengers. Now it's connecting drivers with car leases.