After many suspects were incorrectly identified by would-be investigators online, law enforcement made the decision to release the photos of the suspected Boston bombers.
Bitcoin's main exchange, Mt. Gox, was taken offline by another denial of service attack today, showing it is really a barrier to Bitcoin's growth.
The initiative, known as Lava Mae, is a response to a desperate need in the city.
User data has fueled the growth of apps in the mobile economy.
Instead of buying digital goods, we are increasingly exchanging them for our personal information, such as our names, email addresses, browsing preferences, location and much more. There is …
The Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles and Women in Games International (WIGI) have joined forces to create a video game developer badge.
Guest Post Growing a user base is about more than data science and numbers. It's about doing real research out in the field, getting to know customers, and giving them what they want.
A report in the Des Moines Register cited "legislative sources" in confirming that Facebook intends to erect a 1.4 million square foot facility that could cost up to $1.5 billion in Altoona, Iowa.
Amazon is giving you the power to decide what TV shows are made. The company has posted pilots for six kids shows and eight sitcoms, prompting the audience to choose which should become full-fledged original series on Amazon Instant Prime Video.
CircleUp is a crowdfunding platform for up-and-coming consumer product businesses. In the year since its launch, CircleUp has helped 12 companies raise more than $10 million.
He will report to Min Kim, head of Nexon North America.
Editor's Pick Camera evidence has provided key information in the case against the Boston bombing suspects.
Last week I published the story of Sarah Hanson, the 19-year-old developer who auctioned off 10 percent of her future income in exchange for a $125,000 investment into her startup, Senior Living Map.
Today, I'm wondering if Sarah Hanson really exists.
Guest Post Canada’s federal government moved impressively quickly to implement this new visa, which is aimed at encouraging entrepreneurs from all over the globe to call us home. Why is the U.S. falling behind?
Guest Post This week’s tragic events of the Boston Marathon explosions have given me a lot of think about. While I’m still deeply saddened, I couldn’t help but notice the viral impact of social media during times like these. While it’s awesome we can get news almost instantaneously, there’s also much at stake if we’re not careful with what we say and how we respond during these times or any other time.
A 1,713-strong survey of North American consumers says that 19 percent of us want a shiny new iDevice that doesn't even exist yet. Or, at least, isn't public and isn't purchasable.
Tracks is making yet another big leap, and it could be its most important one yet.
Reports issued by PricewaterhouseCooper, the NVCA, and Pitchbook find that 2013 is off to a slow start for venture capital, although software continues to reign in the dollars.
Fitbug claims Fitbit has caused irreparable harm and damage to their company, and it has asked the U.S. District Court in Northern California to order Fitbit to stop allegedly using its Fitbit mark and conduct that causes confusion with Fitbug’s brand.
The undergarments vibrate whenever your partner, using a smartphone app, decides you need some "attention" -- giving a new definition to "phone sex."