Within the next decade, the social network expects to have a few billion users, personalized ads, and a superintelligent search engine. It also says it'll be highly profitable.
At CES in Las Vegas, Toyota's Bob Carter shows a company mockup of its foray into hydrogen-based cars and discusses the challenges, getting the price down, and creating a viable refeuling infrastructure.
While talking about reforms for the intelligence community, the president says the NSA is following the law and not violating the Constitution.
At CES in Las Vegas, Lexus VP Mark Templin discusses the company's plans for future car technologies. He says its "vision isn't a car that drives itself, but one equipped with an intelligent co-pilot."
Kevin Systrom, CEO of Instagram, discusses how his photo-sharing startup plans to make money. He was interviewed by PandoDaily's Sarah Lacy at Business Insider's Ignition West.
Company will now be comprised of three divisions--in hopes of boosting revenue--rather than the five business units that currently make up its corporate structure.
New owners of Apple's Thunderbolt Cinema Display may wish to attach their older DisplayPort displays through it, but apparently this setup will not work.
Is the release of information on unpatched software vulnerabilities justified when a breakdown in communication occurs between research and development firms?
Despite increases in Mac malware, the overall level for OS X is relatively minuscule; however, analysis shows a potential break from malware increases following the Mac's market share trend.
Redmond is well known as a vast holder of technology patents. But the company says the U.S. needs to make some drastic changes to its current system to stay competitive.