Court Ruling Raises Bar on Phone Searches
Federal agents violated the Fourth Amendment rights of armed-robbery suspects when they obtained their cellphone records without a warrant, a...
Zulily's Sales Growth Slows
Internet retailer Zulily Inc.’s sales growth slowed sharply in the second quarter, showing the limits of its unusual business model typified by...
Smartphones Now Most Popular Way To Get Online
Laptops are increasingly becoming a thing of the past, research suggests, with high-speed 4G encouraging more of us to go mobile.
'Do Not Track' Compromise Is Pitched
The privacy group Electronic Frontier Foundation unveiled a code of conduct for online publishers, positioning its proposal as a compromise that...
Cord-Cutting Weighs on Pay TV
The latest round of earnings from major media companies is stoking fears that as more consumers drop their traditional pay-TV services, the...
How Online Retailers Predict Your Perfect Outfit
Some online retailers are asking clients probing personal and style questions including jean leg preference, bra size and favorite female celebrity.
Candidates Poised to Spread Their Message Through Social Media
As Republican presidential candidates take the stage Thursday for the first presidential debate, campaign staffers will have their hands on the...
SavingGlobal Gets €30 Million in Fresh Funding
Two venture-capital firms and a billionaire investor have taken a stake in a SavingGlobal.com, a startup that markets high-interest savings...
Yahoo Tweaks Email to Make Search More Personal
The company is making small changes to sort email search results better, changes that it hopes to extend to its other services....
Tesla Trims Delivery Outlook, Sending Stock Down
The maker of high-end electric cars reported more revenue and a smaller loss than analysts predicted, but said it expected production challenges....
Bits Blog: Reddit Sets New Content Policy, Banning Some Racist Communities
Steve Huffman, Reddit’s new chief executive, put his stamp on the company, formalizing the news site’s new guidelines.
GoDaddy's Sales Jump 17%
Web-domain leader GoDaddy sees surge in second-quarter sales as company taps into digital expansion of small businesses.