TripAdvisor bought GateGuru today, an app that gives you live flight times, airport terminal amenities information, wait-times, and more.
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Health-tech companies were our biggest funding deals in a huge day of investments.
Nok Nok Labs takes on $4 million in debt financing.
Adobe hit analyst expectations by bringing in $1.01 billion in revenue, sending its stock upward over 4 percent.
Editor's Pick The mayor San Francisco says 1,826 tech companies are in San Francisco, and he hopes more of them move to Twitter's neighborhood.
YouSendIt says it's getting a new name because it does a lot more than let you send files.
Intel CTO confirms the company is working on "novel display devices" in a conversation about smartwatches.
Security is telling Senate staffers that they should not access or download any of the classified documents leaked in the last couple weeks despite the fact that they've likely already seen them.
Facebook is reportedly talking with the DOJ and FBI in order to get permission to publish data requests associated with national security.
A new bug in iOS 7 will give you access to a phone's photos before the phone has been unlocked -- and it's remarkable easy to do.
Edward Snowden came out of hiding today to reveal that the NSA has performed thousands of hacking operations, hundreds of which were aimed at China.
While Google and Waze prepare to come together, Consumer Watchdog is urging the FTC and DOJ to stop the sale lest the two create a maps monopoly.
There is so much news this week, and the funding isn't letting up either. Twelve companies raised money from small seed rounds to hundreds of millions of dollars and our editors are going nuts.
InternMatch wants to give students a safe place to search for jobs and get noticed. The company raised $4 million in its first round of funding today.
Google sent a letter to the U.S. Attorney General and FBI today asking for permission to include secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act orders in its transparency reports.
Editor's Pick Developers are swept up in the energy of Apple's WWDC, but were a little disappointed with yesterday's keynote releases.
Editor's Pick Tbis app will track where your family members are without draining your phone battery.
Editor's Pick Apple is holding one of its most anticipated events today, and we're live at Moscone watching for Mac hardware updates, iOS 7, and maybe even Apple's radio product.
Guest Post Mobile keyboard are due for a change. We look at three different ways the keyboard may evolve in the near future.
Yahoo responds to claims that it is a part of a national security data collection program called PRISM.