Andreessen Horowitz, one of the elite venture capital firms in Silicon Valley has been under fire for its paltry investment in Instagram. Co-founder Ben Horowitz explains why.
IBM hoping to put to rest range anxiety with its new lithium-air battery that the company says can go 500 miles without running out of power.
Microsoft and Nokia have both posted their latest quarter results and the results show one interesting consistency, both companies desperately need Windows Phone to succeed.
Blogging platform Tumblr is finally going the display ads way, with some humble pie dished out to CEO and founder David Karp
New technology promises to deliver greater energy conversion on windowpane-like solar panels
Yahoo plans to terminate 50 services it says are not adding much to the bottom line.
Oracle founder and CEO Larry Ellison reveals that Oracle had thought about buying RIM or Palm but eventually opted out of both.
MGM classics such as Terminator and Robocop will now be available on YouTube movies and Google Play
Google's stock split does nothing more than cement control at the top while diluting shareholder voting rights.
Now anyone with videos on YouTube an make money through Google ads served on their videos.
The super cool XLR8 app turns your family sedan into a tarmac tearing muscle car.
Two and a Half Men star Ashton Kutcher wants to make his mark in tech circles, and he is doing it with some strategic investments in tech startups.
Watch this beautiful video as music reaches deep into the mind of a man suffering from Alzheimer's for over 10 years, and brings him to life.
Months down the line after the Google acquisition of Motorola Mobility and little has been heard on what Google plans to do with its new $12.5 billion toy.
Facebook's acquisition of Instagram has had a larger knock-on effect on Silicon Valley startups than could probably have been anticipated.
Iran plans to launch its own Internet to keep cyber attacks at bay and better control the content accessed in the country.
Google last week unveiled "Project Glass" that seeks to put your virtual world in front of you, quite literally. Any takers?
Facebook agrees to acquire photo-editing app Instagram for $1 billion and hopes to bolster mobile offering through the service.
Instagram launches the Android version of its photo editing and sharing app, to the delight of some very patient Android users.
No joke: Ashton Kutcher to play Steve Jobs in biopic
IBM and the Dutch space agency ASTRON are seeking to use radio waves to peer into the past and discover the origins of the universe.
Google brings Google Play closer to you by adding it to your Google top navigation bar.
Forget about “Friending” on Facebook, “Enemying” is the new in-thing
Technology could actually help solve this case if the powers that be allow it.
This entrepreneur creates a whole new definition to the term "bootstrapping" as he pushes the gas pedal on his start-up (and car) to the next level.
Is nothing off limits? Now Google plans to spy on background noise in your phone calls to bombard you with tailored adverts
A new app on Facebook requires users to give up ALL their personal information for the sole reason of "measuring one's social capital". Is this nonsense or what?
Nokia moves to patent vibrating tattoos that vibrate on your skin when you receive a notification on your phone.
On May 16 MTV will be launching a new website dubbed a "homestead for artists", which will bring together fans and artists on a single simplified platform.
Windows 8 is slated for an October 2012 release and Microsoft has to make it a super success if it is to gain relevancy in the fast growing tablet market.