Apple’s earnings are coming! Apple’s earnings are coming! Here’s what’s being mentioned all over the place as key.
The much-anticipated iPhone 6 is even more anticipated. Among the intriguing bits — besides that the phone may have a bigger screen — is that the company ordered 70 million to 80 million units of t ...
Pinterest users have a high rate of customer satisfaction, according to a new survey by an independent research group. Facebook and LinkedIn users? Not so much.
Ads and privacy are big concerns cited by Internet users who ranked Facebook and LinkedIn lowest among social media sites, according to the American Customer Satisfaction Inde ...
“Too often, people use it as a weapon instead of an opportunity, and maybe one of the ways we can think together about the next phase of development of social media is a tool of outreach, a tool of reconciliation, a tool of negotiation, and perhaps a tool of resolution.”
— Hillary Clinton, during a Q&A session at Twitt ...
It looks like Wall Street is expecting a good show from Netflix today when the company reports second-quarter earnings after the markets close.
Numbers, we’ve got numbers: A Bloomberg survey of analysts expects earnings per share of $1.13 on $1.3 billion in revenue. Last quarter, the company beat expectations as it continued its ...
Silicon Valley knows how to do hackathons. The Valley’s libertarians and conservatives huddled this weekend at a hackathon in San Francisco, Politico reports. There have been others focused on immigration reform and creating local government apps.
But in what may be a first, there will be a two-day “hackathon” next m ...
Hillary Clinton is going for a social-media daily double, later today.
While technically she’s just plugging her new book, the former U.S. Senator and Secretary of State has made a series of public appearances recently in which she’s encouraged speculation that she will run for president in 2016. Later today, she’ll be fielding public ...
"There is definitely something unsettling about emotion recognition becoming another part of our lives that is archived and scrutinized."
— Clive Thompson, author of "Smarter Than You Think: How Technology Is Changing Our Minds for the Better," on affective Read More →
U.S. skies are scheduled to officially open to civilian drones by 2015. This has legislators trying to get ahead of the invasion, which has varied implications. Drone makers tout potential positive uses for the unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) Read More →
Welcome back to Elevator Pitch, a weekly Q&A feature that puts top Silicon Valley tech investors under the spotlight and gets them chatting about what kinds of deals they’re looking for — and the common pitfalls that can trap Read More →
"I have a hard time taking too much credit for it. I had a lot of just dumb luck and incredibly enabling parents."
— David Karp, 26, answering Charlie Rose's question about finding focus and success at an early Read More →
Everything's bigger in Texas, where the biggest Big Gulp came from. Speaking of size, can you control the rate of dilution better with a big ice cube? (via Marginal Revolution) In case you missed it, an Read More →
Another smartphone app was unveiled at the high-powered, high-tech All Things Digital conference held this week in the California coastal resort town of Rancho Palos Verde.
It was Apple that took the spotlight at the annual technology conference on Read More →