The small gain, in renewed heavy trading, came as several suits were filed on behalf of investors over the handling of the initial public offering.
With more of us relying on our phones and the hundreds of thousands of apps available to help manage our lives, the Obama administration Wednesday issued a directive to every federal agency to make “two key government services the American people depend on available on mobile phones within the next 12 months.”
There’s a robot for just about every thankless household chore — one scoops poop, another folds towels, there’s even one that pours beer. Now, thankfully, there’s a robot that tidies up a messy room.
By setting up a regional office, likely in São Paulo, Sequoia Capital would be the latest Silicon Valley stalwart to tap into the region’s growing economy.
Rival bankers and big investors have complained that Morgan Stanley botched the debut by setting the price too high and selling too many shares to the public.
They are an exclusive group of globe-trotting Internet investors, startup founders and tech junkies.
A Texas mom is raising some eyebrows with her punishment for an inappropriate photo that her daughter posted online.
The inventor of the TV remote, Eugene Polley, died on Sunday at 96.
The smartphone has made killing time when you’re standing in line easy, but instead of launching another bird into the sky you can turn those two-minute spurts of non-activity into productive moments. Doing so will help you rid the most annoying and tiny daily tasks in your downtime.
Facebook Inc. began trading publicly on Friday following one of the most anticipated stock offerings in history. The initial public offering of stock priced at $38 on Thursday. It was at the top end of a projected range that Facebook had already increased just days earlier.
Shares ended the third day of trading at $31, down 8.9 percent, and are off 18 percent from their initial public offering price.
Los Angeles-based designer Claire Pettibone says Priscilla Chan was wearing one of her dresses when she married Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Google has completed its $12.5 billion purchase of device maker Motorola Mobility in a deal that poses new challenges for the Internet’s most powerful company as it tries to shape the future of mobile computing.
The maker of a new DVR that lets consumers zap away broadcast TV commercials at the touch of a button suggested Tuesday that the networks are being short-sighted in opposing the technology.
Google promptly reshuffled Motorola Mobility’s management Tuesday after completing its $12.5 billion acquisition of the device maker.
California’s budget could take a hit if Facebook’s stock price keeps sliding.