Microsoft may knock Google’s search results, but its Google that’s doing a better job of blocking malicious sites.
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Foursquare needs to prove it can make money — and fast. Why not harness all of that check-in data?
In the battle for the future of same-day delivery, Deliv has a secret weapon: you.
Chat Heads may be a big feature in Facebook Home, but that doesn’t mean Facebook can’t bring it to its other apps.
While it’s been four years since Foursquare introduced itself to world, the company is still hashing out its business strategy. And that should horrify investors.
To fix what the tech industry says is a talent crisis, Mark Zuckerberg and other tech giants say the U.S. needs to update its immigration policies.
Think that the Galaxy Note was the biggest Samsung was willing to go with smartphones? Think again.
Mobile may be in at Mozilla, but CEO Gary Korvacs is out.
BlackBerry 10 is supposed to help save BlackBerry’s future. The problem? Tons of people don’t know it exists
Shortly after releasing Burner for iOS, Ad Hoc Labs is bring its disposable phone number app to Android. Craigslist sellers rejoice.
You can sum up Foursquare’s latest iOS app update in three words: location, location, location.
Almost a year after their public break up, Facebook and General Motors are getting back together.
Still looking for a case for your dinky old Nexus S? 3D printing and UCreate3D could be the fix.
Microsoft’s battle with Google continues — this time over Android.
Google is rolling out a crisp, clean redesign to Google Play. It’s about time.
Google wants to make Glass as great as possible — but it’s got to kill search spam first.
The personal robots market is set to pull in some major cash over the next few years — but robotic assistants probably won’t be a part of the equation.
If you think things couldn’t get any worse for HTC, you probably haven’t been paying attention.
Google is moving fast with the development of its Blink browsing engine, which could be used in Chrome very, very soon.
Here’s something you probably didn’t know: Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos reads Business Insider. And likes it.
As Mark Zuckerberg confirmed today, Facebook Home will eventually become home to advertisements from Facebook’s partners. But you knew that already.
Facebook wants to make it easier for Home users to manage their conversations, but it may end up annoying them in the process.
The mobile browser engine world is splitting, and Opera is choosing its side.
After quarters and quarters of bleeding customers, T-Mobile says its finally turned things around — sort of.
Fear of Huawei’s alleged connections to the Chinese government is keeping the company out of U.S. businesses.
Watch out, Webkit — Samsung and Mozilla are gunning for you.
Google is releasing a version of QuickOffice for Android & iPhone. Microsoft should perhaps be concerned.
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Hyundai’s E4U concept is a sad, nutty take on the future of personal transportation. Let’s hope Hyundai never actually sells it.
Prince, taking a break from targeting YouTube, is turning his attention to video app Vine, which his record label says hosts unauthorized recordings of his work.
Google is about to get hit with another round of investigations from European regulators — a day after its privacy director announced she was stepping down.
Not sure what your credit score is? Credit Karma is raising $30 million to change that as quickly as possible.
Google privacy director Alma Whitten is stepping down after a tough three-year tenure. And her successor won’t have it much better.
ReDigi is on the losing end of a battle for the future of used digital goods. Will Apple and Amazon stand a chance?
Arguing that the “Mini” in “iPad Mini” is merely descriptive, the U.S. Patent and Trademark office has denied Apple’s trademark claim to the name.
Nuance is making a smart argument for why voice could be the key to making money in mobile advertising. And it might just work out.
More details are leaking out about Mark Zuckerberg’s unannounced activist group, which is adding legit lobbyists to its roster.
Cops in New York City are being forced to reconsider the way they use Facebook and Twitter.
Lots of companies are throwing their weight behind the effort to keep smartphone unlocking legal. But big corporations like Microsoft and Google aren’t joining the fray.