Amazon Sues 1,114 People For 'Fake' Reviews
The online retailer claims the accused are using multiple accounts and ordering empty boxes to avoid getting caught.
AT&T, Verizon Paths Diverge
Investors will get fresh insight into old telecom’s video strategies for growth when Verizon and AT&T report quarterly results this week.
Corner Office: Lars Dalgaard: Build Trust by Daring to Show That You’re Human
Lars Dalgaard, general partner at the venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, talks about his parents and his belief in the magic of human...
Theranos, a Blood Test Start-Up, Faces F.D.A. Scrutiny
In response to questions raised by the Food and Drug Administration, the medical testing start-up has temporarily stopped its signature practice of...
Farhad and Mike’s Week in Tech: A Square Deal
The payments processing company run by Jack Dorsey just publicly disclosed the prospectus for its eventual I.P.O.
3 search sites that don't track you like Google does
When you need to get information or find something online, chances are you go to Google. But while Google is great at Web searches, it’s hardly...
Apple Fined $234m Over iPhone Chip Technology
The payout comes after a jury ruled Apple had infringed a university's patent - but the company's legal woes are far from over.
Russia reportedly looking to remove itself from Internet
Russia has reportedly run tests to see if it can remove itself from the World Wide Web to stem the flow of information from foreign countries,...
The Deals That Made Daily Fantasy Take Off
Justice Department and FBI probes of FanDuel and DraftKings pose the question: Where did they come from, and how did they get so big so fast?
DOT to Require Drone Registration
The U.S. Transportation Department plans to start requiring drone owners to register their devices with the government later this year in a bid to...
Steve Ballmer Is Now One of Twitter's Biggest Shareholders
Microsoft Corp.’s former chief executive, Steve Ballmer, said on Friday that he owns 4% of Twitter Inc., a surprise revelation that makes him one...
Apple Ordered to Pay $234 Million in Patent Lawsuit
A federal jury ordered Apple to pay the University of Wisconsin $234 million for illegally using some of the university’s technology in processors...