Following Microsoft's recent relaunch of SkyDrive as OneDrive, there is a little more parity and competition at the top of the cloud storage market.
Believe it or not, but we've reached a point where new smartphones are as exciting as new HDTVs.
User identity was the key to Facebook’s global domination strategy—until it wasn’t.
Tesla is currently unable to sell cars in Texas, due to many American states' fascination with protectionist legislation for car dealers.
With more than $1 billion per quarter in advertising revenue and 1.2 billion monthly active users, few realize that Facebook is more than just a social networking site – it’s a shrewdly run corporation, worth more than $100 billion.
The numbers being forecast for the Internet of Things (IoT) are truly mind-boggling.
Elon Musk-chaired SolarCity shares are sliding after hours. The company failed to report full earnings on time due to new accounting delays from new acquisitions and changing overhead costs.
Brett Stapper is co-founder of Falcon Global Capital and is offering to buy all of the Bitcoins the FBI seized from the Silk Road, an estimated 27,000 Bitcoins that would be worth ~$14.8 million today.
Google executive Eric Schmidt was on CBS this morning promoting his new book and announcing a $1 million giveaway to tech innovators.
As financial analyst John Whitefoot notes, no matter where you turn, bad earnings or economic indicators are being blamed on the cold weather. The most recent industry to use the weather-related get-out-of-jail-free excuse is the housing market. But
Two pieces of business news announced this week provide a convenient frame through which to view our dysfunctional and distorted economy.
Update: after 3 or so hours of downtime, Whatsapp is Backapp. For now. Then it may be Whatsdownn again...
In a city whose sewers attract tourists, it’s no surprise that a mayoral candidate is proposing to turn abandoned subway stations into art galleries, nightclubs, restaurants, and pools.
U.S. gun makers led by Sturm Ruger & Co. and Smith & Wesson Holding Corp. (SWHC) churned out a record number of firearms in 2012, government data show, continuing a trend of robust production during Democratic presidencies.
It's kind of ironic that couriers usually attempt home deliveries during the day, while most people are away at work.
The fourth Georgia hospital in two years is closing its doors due to severe financial difficulties caused by Obamacare’s payment cuts for emergency services.
As financial analyst John Whitefoot notes, if the state of the U.S. housing market is a key indicator on the health of the U.S. economy, things aren't looking great. Against a backdrop of an obviously weak U.S. economy, U.S. housing prices have been
Financial analyst Sasha Cekerevac writes, "I have been in this business a long time, and I believe that the best tactic is to combine as many positive factors as possible in order to have the highest probability of success." Here, he puts that theo
By John Whitefoot for Daily Gains Letter | For an economy that relies on consumer spending to fuel the vast majority of its economic growth, ongoing weak retail sector sales and increased jobless claims cannot be part of the equation. But they are. A
Brammo has updated its Empulse and Empulse R for 2014 with a 4.5 kg weight reduction, new instruments and a set of continuous-compound Continental SportAttack2 tires.
The makers of a new nose-perched wearable device say it's far sexier than Google Glass and has a more human-friendly interface.
When iPhone firm met 'leccy car company
If you're following the race among alternative-fuel vehicles to dethrone today's king of the road, the internal combustion engine vehicle, you know there are pluses and minuses associated with each type of vehicle.
The default cycle that should have occurred, given historical patterns of issuance cycles, has morphed (thanks to the Fed) into a refinancing cycle;
Mozilla's Firefox browser has been a thorn in the side of the digital advertising industry ever since it decided to automatically block all third party cookies a year ago.
Alibaba – the massive Chinese online retailer – confirmed to Re/Code that it's creating a new, U.S. e-commerce site called 11 Main.
The hangar once housed the U.S. Navy's dirigibles.
The private spaceflight company Space X plans to build a rocket so big it would "make the Apollo moon rocket look small,"the company's CEO, Elon Musk, announced on "CBS This Morning"on Feb. 3.
The U.S. brought a trade complaint against India Monday over a solar energy program it says discriminates against American manufacturers, adding another wrinkle to a bilateral relationship strained by the recent arrest and strip-search of an Indian d
In this thoughtful talk, David Puttnam asks a big question about the media: Does it have a moral imperative to create informed citizens, or is it free to pursue profit by any means, just like any other business? His solution for balancing profit and