Zirtual insanity: Livelihoods of 400 in flux as startup shutters
Zirtual shut down on Monday, notifying its 400 employees via email. Founder Maren Kate Donovan said it grew too big, too fast. But employees and...
Judge rules Verizon's Wi-Fi is faster than Cablevision's
In legal and public relations battle over Wi-Fi speed between Verizon and Cablevision has judge ruling Verizon can claim faster service....
More bad China news: Alibaba falls after sales stall
Jack Ma's e-commerce giant reported healthy revenue gains ... but they were below Wall Street's estimates. Investors are still concerned about...
IBM Watson: Your new fantasy football coach
Fantasy football season kicks off next month, and IBM Watson wants to help you manage your team. The supercomputer will lend its brains to Edge Up,...
Tinder responds to Vanity Fair story with 30-tweet rant
The folks at Tinder are not happy about a story in Vanity Fair that explores dating in the digital age.
Startup abruptly shuts down, leaving 400 employees in the dark
Virtual assistant startup Zirtual ceased operations on Monday. Investors, employees and customers were left with lots of questions.
Women-in-tech events are anti-male, say men's rights activists
Activists cite California legislation called the Unruh Act as the basis for discrimination complaints against businesses and events catering to...
Your old video game could be worth $12,000
Old video games, once relegated to dusty bargain bins, have been cashing in on the nostalgia machine and can sell for thousands of dollars....
Cars can be hacked by their tiny, plug-in insurance discount trackers
The latest way to remotely hack a car? By sneaking into one of those plug-in tracking devices that offer you a car insurance discount....
Verizon wants to make the Internet 1,000 times faster
Verizon is working on new broadband technology that is capable of delivering 10 gigabit-per-second download speeds.
Alphabet's coolest tech bets
Here are six of the coolest Google Ventures companies and startups.
Elizabeth Warren hates Wall Street's new IM service
Wall Street is set to launch its new messaging service Symphony on September 15.