Drew's Pizzeria in Champaign, Ill., seems to believe it's a fine idea to go on Twitter and offer free pizzas for a flash. Yes, really.
Welcome or otherwise, image and video previews in tweets highlight the company's tension between building a service that people love and pleasing Wall Street.
As the streaming-video site ramps up more original series, a study by TiVo's research arm finds no significant difference in the amount of TV watched by people who subscribe to Netflix and those who don't.
Microsoft has gone on the defensive after it emerged that some of its software code contained a reference to breasts.
Do videos of well-endowed, bare-chested men count as porn? YouTube rep admits wrestling with the important question of what to do with man boobs.
Here we go again: Microsoft has apologised, and taken down a promo for the Xbox One that was criticised as sexist.
The social network is in experimentation mode as it tries to figure out the best way to alert its 1.19 billion members to what's trending now.
Public. Real-time. Conversational. Distributed. The staccato pitch has a very rich ring to investors.
Will the popular photo app ever reconcile with its one-time friend? The odds are slim as both aim to be a platform for in-the-now messages.
A new Pew survey shows only 16 percent of US adults use Twitter and only 8 percent use the social network for news. But these users tend to be young, educated, and wealthy.