Google is still the leader with the highest share of mobile ad revenue. But Facebook is catching up.
Shipments of PCs, tablets, and mobile phones combined will climb by 7 percent in 2014, predicts Gartner, though PCs will be on the losing end of the deal.
Google Chrome OS-based laptops accounted for 21 percent of all notebook sales through commercial channels, according to NPD Group. That's not good news for Windows PCs.
The peer-to-peer car service says it'll do one better than its competitor Uber. Lyft lowers the cost of a ride when business is slow.
By letting users know when fares become cheaper, the peer-to-peer car service's CEO says he's hoping to bring some "humanity to our communications."
The online streaming service keeps adding domestic subscribers at a steady clip, and international additions are even better -- but as its stock jumps, it reminds investors to keep things in perspective.
Conceding that the health insurance marketplace "has not lived up to the expectations of the American people," a US government blog post promises to enlist aid from among "the best and brightest."
Shortly after the ball drops and champagne corks are popped, the price for a ride with the car service will skyrocket. The company now explains to users how to avoid these fare hikes.
The Nokia Surge offers AT&T's younger customers an affordable, feature-rich smartphone, but it has a number of design and interface issues.
One analyst calls the news "a large positive for the stock." Wall Street as a whole seems to agree, with the software company's shares jumping as much as 8 percent in early trading.