Hewlett-Packard CEO Joins SurveyMonkey Board
Hewlett-Packard Chief Executive Meg Whitman has joined the board of SurveyMonkey Inc.
Watch Out for the Guy with the Drone
Drones are everywhere now, and they can be useful—but we have to draw the line somewhere, says Joe Queenan.
‘Bionic model’ will strut down New York Fashion Week runway with prosthetic arm
During fashion house FTL Moda ’s New York Fashion Week show at Grand Central Station’s Vanderbilt Hall on Sunday, model Rebekah Marine will strut...
Uber CEO Hears It From a Protester at ‘Late Show’ Taping
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick's appearance on "The Late Show" was pleasant ... until the protests.
Bits Daily Report: A Lull After Apple‘s Event
As tech news slowed down, Ellen Pao, one of the former partners at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, said she would drop the appeal in her losing...
Will the new Apple TV replace your gaming console?
With the reveal of the new Apple TV, Apple's miniature media box is evolving into something beyond what its name suggests.
Facebook ‘Likes’ Mean a Computer Knows You Better Than Your Mother
Who knows your family, friends and loved ones better than you? A computer might, it turns out, if it studied those people’s Facebook "likes".
Fossil Finder lets armchair archeologists search for dinosaur bones in Africa
Researchers at Turkana Basin Institute in Kenya and the University of Bradford, UK want to find bones in Africa's Turkana Basin, and they're...
Facebook To Pay £17m A Year For New London HQ
Facebook could be looking to boost its London presence as it signs a new 15 year deal for a huge central London office.
Sandberg: Facebook Pages Are Mobile Presence for Small Businesses
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg said in an interview that Facebook is a natural home for small businesses to reach consumers.
Alcatel-Lucent Slashes Bonuses for Former CEO
Alcatel-Lucent has bowed to political pressure and cut in half the bonuses to be paid to former boss Michel Combes who left the company after...
T-Mobile Reaches Its Limit on Heavy Data Users
T-Mobile is going after heavy data users, wading into a long-standing cat-and-mouse game between carriers wanting to make money and customers...