Ousted CEO Andrew Mason plans to create a San Francisco-based startup and mentor at Y Combinator. He also says he's recorded an album of business advice songs.
The social network's Sheryl Sandberg talks search, e-commerce, ads and analytics with CNBC this morning.
Although Twitter is blocked in China, a report that came out last month suggests that the microblogging service has more users there than in the U.S.
A new internal Samsung e-mail shows that one of the company's top designers told the company not to copy the iPhone but to learn from it.
Scientists and engineers worldwide can submit papers for a conference dedicated to brainstorming ideas for future Mars exploration.
As the cloud market matures, James Urquhart changes companies and changes his focus from infrastructure to applications. It's time to say goodbye to one of his great passions, he says.
The gurus said that the community would change the way the industry develops and sells software. The gurus were wrong.
Do you believe in the wisdom of crowds? Well, a Princeton study suggests less wisdom there than you might imagine.
A look at a case where the much touted "wisdom of crowds" philosophy fails us.
One of the world's most expensive speakers, Wisdom Audio's Infinite Grande, is ideal for those lucky souls who can afford the very best.