Although first-quarter results beat expectations, the company warns of a weaker current quarter. The networking site for professionals may be investing faster than it can make up for it in sales.
The still disappointed candidate says that if this was still 1955, he would have been elected mayor.
In its biggest acquisition yet, LinkedIn will bring Lynda.com's library of online courses to the professional network's 300 million members.
Forget goggles. Today's discerning hipster geek prefers the distinctive look of a classy monocle, carried in a convenient single-serving size.
Download specs for a 3D-printed tiny wheelchair thanks to Bubbles, the two-legged dachshund and her crafty owners.
Technically Incorrect: The permanently famous icon of iconness announces on Twitter that she will be shilling for the Uncarrier. She also claims to miss T-Mobile CEO John Legere.
What are Microsoft Office users to do now that clip art is no more? "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon is not happy. He also says goodbye to Google's Captcha.
Sometimes, it's cathartic to return to the place of your demise. Anthony Weiner very much hopes so, as he comes back to Twitter with a new feed in his hunger for higher things.
The social network's Chinese website blocks objectionable content globally -- a policy the company says it is "strongly considering changing."
While global happiness research tends to focus on economic and sociological factors, one study says genes close to the makeup of Denmark's DNA up your chance at bliss.