Rather than invest in a company or product, why not invest in a person? Founders of Palo Alto-based Upstart have come up with a system where backers fund people based on their potential.
In this tough job market, one Silicon Valley startup wants to give recent graduates money so they're not looking for jobs, instead they're creating jobs. As CNET's Sumi Das explains, the idea behind Upstart.com is for investors to invest in a person instead of a company.
Two Firefox betas focus on media: enabling video streams to Chromecast and Roku via Android-based mobile devices and creating a free in-browser competitor to Skype on desktops.
The online TV service adds four more stand-up comedy specials to its lineup as it aims to become the Internet's HBO.
The deal means Salesforce's customer-management apps will be available for Windows and Windows Phone.
Handset based on Samsung's homegrown mobile operating system will be launched at an Unpacked event in Moscow in the coming weeks, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Apple’s rumored $3.2 billion takeover of the trendy music brand has left many scratching their heads.
The upstart set-top box has formed a partnership with Time Warner Cable, allowing it to integrate cable TV and streaming video content into Fan TV's slick user interface.
Sprint has unveiled a version of the HTC One that boasts superior audio quality, and signed a deal with Spotify. CNET breaks it all down.
T-Mobile says its plan, which includes 500 megabytes of capped data, differs from the "bait and switch" low-end plans offered by Verizon and AT&T.