On Thursday, Facebook had its first-ever earnings report as a publicly-traded company. Facebook announced a $157-million loss, and although its revenue beat Wall Street's expectations, it still hasn't figured out how to translate users into profits.
Zynga stock has tumbled following a lackluster earnings report. Is Facebook to blame?
Google Fiber, a new ultra-high-speed network, will soon go live in Kansas City.
Apple reported a less than stellar Q3. But there are bright spots – including the top-selling iPad.
Mountain Lion, the ninth iteration of the Apple desktop operating system, arrives today.
Along with a new iPhone, Apple could release a pair of new iPods.
YouTube has instituted a new comments policy. The problem? It's optional.
A smaller dock connector on the new Apple iPhone would be good for accessory makers. But not necessarily for consumers.
Amazon may soon take the wraps off as many as six new Kindle Fire models, with different sized screens, according to a Staples executive.
Both Google and Microsoft announced their quarterly earnings on Thursday. Google is going strong in spite of a tough ad market; Microsoft took a half-billion dollar writedown on an old investment, but the rest of the company is humming along smoothly.
Nokia's Lumia phones did well last quarter, but the company still lost $1.7 billion. Can the company fight back against the encroaching iPhone and Android?