Don't want your friend to see you've actually read a Facebook message? If you're an Android user, you're in luck.
After a class-action data-mining lawsuit was brought against Google last year, the company has updated its terms of service to clarify its automated email scanning.
NASA scientists and top space experts outline plans to advance the search for life on other worlds.
Beau Willimon, creator of Netflix series "House of Cards," says even he doesn't know how many people watch the show, and he's happy that way.
In the name of context, the information network now points you to news articles where tweets are embedded.
With an app hierarchy, CEO Mark Zuckerberg tries to quell Wall Street's appetite for additional revenue from Facebook's latest ventures.
A new Web site is taking lessons from the crowdfunding approach used by startups to let other companies collect money up front. The catch? Some of its clients don't need the money.
The self-proclaimed style icon explains at the Cannes Advertising Festival that because Samsung worked with Jay-Z, Apple had to buy Beats.
At GigaOm Roadmap, Square's CEO said that someone must take and share notes from any company "meeting of substance" to keep all employees in the loop.
A News Feed engineer claims that the social network tested a feature for showing users how many people viewed their posts, but abandoned it because of lack of interest.