How many billions is the ephemeral-photo service worth? Let the educated guessing continue.
According to a new report, the tech giant is aiming to sell 16 million Windows tablets this holiday season. Maybe its alleged $405 million retail Windows marketing budget for fiscal 2014 will help.
Sprint saw a massive exodus of customers in its last quarter running the separate Nextel network. The company, now owned by Japanese carrier SoftBank, hopes for a stronger second half.
E-book platform Inkling has new deals with Pearson and Elsevier, a new $16 million funding round, and has hired new execs.
Sources at the Foxconn and Pegatron plants that will make the PlayStation 4 have revealed Sony's ambitions for the new console.
The hacktivist group says it obtained the records via SQL injection at government sites.
After asking Amazon to negotiate a no-bid contract to provide U.S. embassies with at least 2,500 loaded Kindle Touches, the government cancels the plan.
The U.S. State Department disses the iPad and Nook in favor of the Kindle Touch -- offering the e-reader-maker a multi-million dollar no-bid contract to ship the device overseas.
You wouldn't want to meet this camouflaged humanoid in a dark alley. For the time being, it's tethered to a treadmill.
The NRA's target-shooting app for iOS has stirred up controversy and a petition to have the app pulled from the App Store. Should it stay or should it go?