You could be forgiven for thinking Twitter was the latest example of youth culture.
Gareth Davis, games chief at social networking giant Facebook, says we’re in the middle of a “renaissance” in casual video games, as users transform a once solitary activity into a social one.
Meet Kogi, L.A.'s newest celebrity.
It's not a buxom starlet or a hunky leading man, it's a Korean-themed taco truck that sells things like Korean short rib tacos to home-made ice cream sandwiches and daily specials.
It’s been less than a week since Google reset the price of employee stock options in order to provide “better incentives for employees to remain at Google.”
-- Tom Ilube is chief executive officer of online security firm Garlik. The views expressed are his own. --
News organizations are all a-twitter about Twitter: Is it a friend or a foe? Should it be embraced or eschewed? Will Twitter kill journalism or revive it?
Facebook has experienced its fair share of user revolts and public relations black-eyes in its five-year lifespan.
Sirius XM shareholders have seen a lot of dark days — face it, we’re talking about a stock that dropped to 15 cents a share. But today isn’t one of them. At least so far.
Venture capitalists are stingy with their money right now, but that doesn’t mean they won’t shell out a few dollars for a hot Internet startup like Twitter.