Jack Dorsey's first big move as permanent Twitter CEO is an unfortunate one -- laying off more than 300 employees.
Some days, it's clear the tech world is out of touch. Facebook is adding a section just to show you shopping advertisements, and Pepsi is said to launch an Android smartphone next week.
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The Like button, with its thumbs-up icon, has long been a staple of the world's largest social network. Now Facebook is adding six more symbols to help us express ourselves.
Not all new iPhones have the same processor chip, but Apple says differences in performance are minimal. Apple also pulls ad-blocking apps over privacy concerns, and Netflix raises its price again.
Amit Singhal, Google's search chief, says teenagers and other people who make small, "innocent" mistakes shouldn't be chased their entire lives.
The storefront for handcrafted items is another effort by the e-commerce giant to become the everything store while simultaneously gunning for Etsy's business.
Kevin Weil, senior vice president of product at the social media site, also says he's "super excited" that "Jack is back" as CEO and Twitter plans to stay independent.
Despite past differences, Williams says his relationship with the new chief executive is stronger than it has been "in years."
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Just three months after launch, the Internet price-club Jet has eliminated its $50 membership charge.
Hulu snapped up a ton of new movies thanks to a deal that Netflix turned down. Find out what shows and movies are hitting the streaming service right here.
Light bulbs you shouldn't buy
There are plenty of dimmable LED light bulbs, but make sure you don't buy the ones that flicker when you dial them down.