This week we finally get confronted.
The software maker reports sales that beat Wall Street's expectations, but it's still trying to regain relevance and find new ways to sell its software.
The ride-hailing company changes its service and lowers its fees in Frankfurt and Munich to comply with local regulations. It's already agreed to similar alterations in Berlin, Duesseldorf and Hamburg.
The Santa Clara, Calif., company posts another strong quarter to end its fiscal year and hints at big gaming news early next month.
The microblogging service's chief is taking personal responsibility for the platform's slow response to user abuse and harassment, according to memos obtained by The Verge.
Twitter and Google have reached a deal to reconnect the search giant to Twitter's firehose of user-generated content, sources tell Bloomberg.
Ten million of the total GTA V units sold were for new game consoles in the last month and a half of 2014, continuing to boost the game maker's profits well above Wall Street expectations.
Merger could boost the wireless operator's video offerings, according to Bloomberg.
When giving the gift of pictures, the photo service you choose could make or break your calendar or book.
Global ad sales rise to $473.4 million, contributing to a 12 percent increase in AOL's total revenue for the quarter.