"Before touching on how awesome this is, let me try to allay any concerns: We're not turning purple."
— David Karp, Tumblr CEO, on Yahoo's $1.1 billion purchase of the popular blogging site, which was confirmed this Read More →
Facebook, like other companies, has said its future is in mobile. How's that going? Well, AT&T this week cut the price of the first "Facebook phone," a.k.a. the HTC First, to 99 cents less than a month after its launch.
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FabKids, a subscription clothing site that personalizes outfits for girls, has been bought by the grown-up version of the same service, JustFab. The two fashion sites will now share one platform for, dare we say, double Read More →
As tech-related competition heats up among big U.S. companies, here are a few examples of how consumers are benefiting or could benefit:
• Best Buy, the electronics retailer that like other stores is struggling amid the rise of showrooming (the growing Read More →
Break out the bubble-bursting talk, we're rounding up some young companies in transition, in trouble or both:
• First, there's the restructuring of Palo Alto online-gaming company OnLive, which on Friday fired many or all of its employees, according to various Read More →
Today's tech-stock high and lows:
• Electronic Arts, which according to a New York Post report is considering a sale to a couple of private-equity giants that have approached it, is seeing its shares climb the most Read More →