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.
In an article for BBC News about artificial intelligence, Schmidt -- then chairman of Google, now chairman of Alphabet -- makes a derogatory reference to "elite tastemakers" picking the hottest music for you.
Job No. 1 for the new CEO: Revamp the stagnating microblogging service to make it more inviting for regular folks.
Days after violent cabbie protests in France, tension between the ride-hailing service and the authorities continues to grow.
CEO Tim Cook, iTunes head Eddy Cue and others remember Apple's co-founder in messages posted to the company's internal site. One recalls the time Jobs mooned Al Gore.
The Korean electronics maker hopes the big V10 marks the start of a family of smartphones, akin to its G line.
Jack Dorsey is now CEO of both Twitter and Square. Running one big company is tough. Now he has two.
At a cybersecurity summit at Stanford University, President Barack Obama signs an order calling for standards and processes for government and companies to share information in the fight against hacks and cybercrimes.
The president wants better coordination between government and the private sector to fight online threats. Companies on board include Apple and Intel.
Sprint executives say the company has enough wireless spectrum without taking part in next year's much anticipated auction. How wise a move is that?