As consumers increasingly bounce between PCs, smartphones and tablets, the bits of data that help advertisers track your Web browsing habits are growing less reliable.
Homeowners don't like to take risks, and technology makers don't like to take their time. It's a messy combination.
A new feature that allows users to send photos, videos and messages to private groups is a clear shot at Snapchat and other rivals.
Eight leading technology companies -- bitter rivals in some cases -- are pushing the White House and members of Congress to rein in government surveillance.
The otherwise all-male board will now include former Pearson CEO Marjorie Scardino, but women directors remain a rare sight at Silicon Valley tech companies.
Smartphone users check their devices over a hundred times a day, making those home screens the most valuable digital real estate in the world for advertisers.
Anti-social networks like Snapchat and Kik are the most exciting trend in mobile right now. Twitter could have ruled the private messaging space, but ignored the opportunity.
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