Apple has paid more $200 million to buy Topsy, a company that develops tools for analyzing tweets and Twitter traffic, according to the Wall Street Journal.
By ingesting all of Twitter, Topsy becomes a top destination for deep dives into social data.
The digital world is in a frenzy after a girl posted a picture of a boy who works at Target. No, really.
With Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, 2K Australia has created a new breed of video game -- an irreverent twist on the famous franchise with a distinct "Space Opera Australiana" edge.
Citizen footage widened the lens of civil unrest in Ferguson, Mo., and it brought live-streaming to popular attention in the US unlike any confrontation has before.
Anyone wanting to get ahead of the latest hot topic can use Topsy Pro Analytics to identify terms as they begin to accelerate on Twitter, but before they officially become "trending."
With Twitter's blessing, Topsy launches a new product that turns tweets into a bigger-picture view specifically for marketers and trend watchers.
In emails presented during a California patent case, Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller expresses frustration with his company's advertising efforts and notes that Samsung's ads seem to be "in the zone."
The tech giant buys another company, this time a startup that lets people create infographics and videos out of social data.
Some thought that if the smart thermostat maker was ever bought out, it would be a homecoming for co-founders Tony Fadell and Matt Rogers back to Cupertino. So much for assuming.