In a landmark decision, a federal judge has found that Google Books is protected by the “fair use” principle of copyright law
Technology & Media
A year after the game’s mobile launch, we still can’t stop playing. The app’s designer and psychology experts weigh in on exactly what makes it so irresistible
Win for tech company in fair use case
Now that Michael Dell has taken his company private after a brutal eight-month battle over the future of the company, is the company better positioned to turn itself around? Perhaps, in time. But until then it’s looking like Dell …
Facebook, Twitter and their ilk are digital catnip for hiring managers, but this addiction isn’t a harmless buzz: New research shows that what’s in our profiles has little bearing on how well we do our jobs, even though a large …
YouTube faces mounting criticism for tying its comment section to the social platform
Fewer and fewer consumers bother to open the daily deal messages plopped in their e-mail in-boxes, and fewer still follow through and actually bite on the offers. That’s why daily deal giants Groupon and LivingSocial are trying
In its first day as a publicly traded company, Twitter blew past everyone’s expectations — including its own.
So you want to own a little piece of the social networking giant known as Twitter? Here’s a quick guide—and a few words of caution.
Twitter has officially become a publicly traded company.
The seven-year-old social network started offering shares on the New York Stock Exchange at 10:50 a.m. on Thursday, in the most anticipated tech IPO since Facebook’s in
California is still riding the benefits of Facebook’s IPO from nearly two years ago.