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Just weeks after a claim that PayPal compromised the credit-card data of one of its users, the company's president claimed his card got skimmed.
The Chicago-based website released Deal Builder, an option that allows business owners to automatically build a custom promotion.
After Flappy Bird was inexplicably removed from app stores by its developer over the weekend, the free game has now resurfaced on eBay to the tune of $99,900.
If you ask, your supporters may just buy you office equipment and supplies.
The social media company's stock plunges 20 percent on report of slow user growth.
FiftyThree, which created its own award-winning app entitled Paper in 2012, may take legal action against Facebook for its much-ballyhooed new reader app of the same name.
On Facebook's 10th birthday, founder Mark Zuckerberg wants the social network to be relevant to everyone, not just the teens who were among its first users.
On Facebook's 10th Birthday, Mark Zuckerberg Reflects on the Long Journey of Creating a Social Media Powerhouse
In an exclusive interview with the 'Today' show, Zuckerberg says Facebook remains focused on its next big move.
While many people believe they have the next million-dollar idea, in reality their vision could be a total dud. Here are 10 things needed to make your invention a success.
By presenting dense technical text in a simple visual format, patent maps can be efficient tools for reading a competitive landscape, preforming due diligence and even forecasting upcoming trends.
Yes, this is as far out as it sounds.
There are all sorts of pitfalls for entrepreneurs. These are the ones that trip up the majority of startup founders.
Thinking that you have to annihilate your competitors to dominate your industry may not be the best approach to scale your company. Here is why.
To scale his bag company Timbuk2, the founder had to keep his startup mentality when growing his brand.
New 'Titanium Collection' pairs the internet-connected device with stylish prescription glasses and sunglasses.
One might wonder how a scientist would go about attaching anything to a tiny, buzzing insect. The answer might surprise you.
Joey Hudy wowed President Obama at the White House Science Fair and has since secured a spot as Intel's youngest intern.
The often tight-lipped company is having a relatively effusive celebration to mark three decades of its game-changing computer. It's even asking for some fan input.
From scheduling oil changes to monitoring you baby's health, new sensors will make your life easier to track in the next few years.
Scientists in Western Australia have outfitted more than 320 sharks with transmitters that trigger warning tweets when they arrive within one kilometer of popular beaches.
The popular social-media site is toying with the idea of allowing users to add the animated images to their pinboards.
A cafe in New Zealand is using a pneumatic tube system to deliver burgers to customers at an astounding speed.
A multi-year agreement between a 3-D printing tech company and a global leader in chocolate could bring sweet results.
The tech company's latest 'smart' project aims to have serious health benefits.
The inventors claim that topically applied caffeine offers a consistent level of energy without the jolting buzz-then-crash that comes with drinking caffeinated drinks.