Twitter co-founder Biz Stone talks to IBTimes UK about what Twitter is doing wrong and his latest app, Super.
Knicks fan and student of basketball, the filmmaker is writing and directing his first video game in "NBA 2K16."
As Sepp Blatter is re-elected, FIFA sponsors face a difficult choice: stick around and risk a backlash or lose an opportunity to a competitor.
The blog, led by Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg, has a small audience but huge influence in Silicon Valley.
While Google lays fiber and Facebook launches Internet balloons, Verizon's $4.4B AOL deal takes aim at the heart of Web entertainment and online advertising.
No merger with Time Warner Cable, and fewer options as the feds effectively cap the size of the nation's largest cable TV and broadband company.
Advertising agencies are increasingly uncomfortable with the dominance of a few tech players.
The New York Times thinks Apple Watch users will be reading, so they're creating tiny one-sentence versions of stories.
On the eve of the release of Apple Watch, Wall Street is getting very bullish on Apple.
Sony launches PlayStation Vue TV, beating Apple in offering a major alternative to cable TV. But it doesn't include ESPN — and it could cost as much as $70.
The satellite TV company lets the hackers out of the lab to show what's coming for DirecTV.
The cable provider hopes the deal will mean more revenue from cord-cutters.
In changing direction, the fast-food restaurant chain is considering technological conveniences, complete with Wi-Fries.
SXSW may be known for having a tech-y crowd, but TV marketers are spending lavishly to get their shows noticed down in Austin.
Simply throwing money at content won't win the streaming-TV wars.
Apple will be the exclusive partner for the launch of the service on April 12.
The highly anticipated over-the-top service will allow anyone, including those without cable TV, to subscribe to HBO for $15 a month.
Brian Williams' six-month suspension may jeopardize "NBC Nightly News," but it sent a message about the power of NBC versus any personality.
A novel that predates 'To Kill a Mockingbird' and features 'Scout' as an adult.
Last fall, CBS launched a free, live 24/7 cable news channel called CBSN. But there's one catch.