One of Twitter's co-founders has come back to help the troubled social-networking company. Seen as part artist, part visionary, the question facing Dorsey now is whether he can turn the company around.
Many college students are searching for summer internships and gigs, and recruiters are also looking for job candidates. CNET's Sumi Das shows you how to use LinkedIn to raise your odds of connecting with the right recruiters and landing that dream position.
Apple wants to roll out its streaming music service this summer, but it's still hammering out details with Sony Music over some very specific terms.
Starting this summer, the San Francisco startup will have access to HP's sizable market. But Leap Motion won't yet say which devices will feature its gesture-control technology.
Apple's iRadio service is coming this summer. The Apple game controller is not happening, and rumors point to the iPhone in August.
The initial Apple TVs to hit the market could be in the 32- and 37-inch range, according to DigiTimes. And they could hit the market starting at midyear.
From huge debuts to hacks everywhere, big deals and bigger exits, this summer was anything but a vacation. A look back at the stories that made this summer anything but relaxing.
Apple's giving developers a preview of the next version of Mac OS X today called Mountain Lion. The software, due out this summer, once again brings over features from Apple's iOS.
Managers say the company will launch sometime this summer, but no major licensees have been announced, and the HBO-window issue remains unsettled. Is UV getting the industry support it needs?
Though rumors about the next iPhone, expected to be released this summer, have consistently contained mention of near field communication technology, The New York Times has confirmed that Apple has indeed been working on the feature, though how soon it may debut is still up for speculation.