Facebook and open-source software go together like Jay-Z and Beyoncé — you just can’t have one without the other. And if Blue Ivy is the product of the latter union, then we must draw parallels between
In the past, luxury handset manufacturer Gresso has been known for dressing up iPhones with diamonds (and charging $30,000 for the deed) and producing featurephones, but now it's getting into the Android
Instagram is telling advertisers that early photo ads have generated great results and that one client, Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream, reached 9.8 million people in the U.S. aged 18 to 35 in eight days. Before
When leaked documents claimed to have caught the NSA inserting bad protocols into the national standards board NIST, it raised more questions than answers. Why would the NSA go to the trouble of inserting
Business News Target Corp. is offering its 10 percent employee discount to shoppers this weekend following a massive breach of its customers’ credit and debit card information. Meanwhile, investigators
BlackBerry's new interim chief John Chen has just got a rude wake-up call: the company shipped only 1.9 million smartphones to retailers in Q3 compared to 3.7 million last quarter, and lost $4.4 billion.
Warby Parker has raised $60 million in its latest round of venture capital funding, led by its biggest investor, Tiger Global Management. The amount tops the $55 million that the trendy eyewear maker in
Just one day after news emerged that Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg had sold 41m of his shares for north of $2bn, news has emerged that Square founder (and Twitter man) Jack Dorsey has returned 10%
Want to learn to code? You’ll have plenty of options to choose from, with dozens of providers promising to teach you computer programming skills in no time. But Benjamin Plesser, founder of EngineHere,
Yesterday, Facebook shared that an additional 70 million units of its stock would be made available for public trade. Today, the social network revealed the price of that offering. The shares will be at
PKPKT (pronounced "pickpocket") is a new iPhone game that uses Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) to simulate digital pickpocketing. Each player starts with $1,000 dollars in fake money, and can make more money
The Singapore government has invested $500,000 in funding in a new health care startup called Ring.MD. VentureBeat exclusively learned that the startup raised its funding from Singapore’s National Research
If you're anything like us, the thought of sifting through mountains of media to create a year in review video is more than a little intimidating. However, it just got a lot easier for some Google+ members.