The Financial Times reported Sunday that the social networking giant is trying to gain traction in the workplace. Facebook did not immediately comment on the report.
It’s not as much porn as you would think.
That’s totally what a firefighter wears to work! All of these costumes come from the first page of Google results. These are our options.
Andy Rubin, who oversaw Google’s Android division until 2013, has left the company. The Wall Street Journal first reported the news.
It’s the company’s first earnings report after Alibaba went public. Naturally, all eyes are on Yahoo’s massive $35 billion stake in the Chinese Internet giant.
You’re not allowed to google it.
.SOY! Both Latinos and vegans feel a strong claim to the word. But does this new offering work?
Using data from Google Trends, it’s possible to estimate countries’ attention to the virus. A BuzzFeed News data analysis.
It’s not Facebook. And not much else either.
Because how else would you do it?
Major ed-tech players including Microsoft and Houghton Mifflin signed.
Moving its set-top boxes and DVRs to a cloud-based delivery system positions Comcast to eventually offer a streaming video package with a smaller bundle of networks both inside and outside of its markets.
Chartbeat today said the Media Ratings Council has accredited the company as a measure for tracking audiences. It includes two new metrics: “active exposure time” and “lifetime exposure.”
The search giant comes out in favor of net neutrality for the first time since 2010.
The Apple Watch is just the beginning.
What would you buy with $100 million?
“Chris Evans is a Dorito.”
How do I block couples from Facebook?
Sensitivity appears not to be part of the algorithm.
“Project Wing” has been in development for more than two years at Google X, the company’s secretive research lab.
Any amount of paid maternity or paternity leave is still a luxury for most American workers. But some companies are doing better than others.
Prepare yourself for a fact blitzkrieg!
A media mogul may be Twitter’s best troll.
If she shows you her wrists, if she waters plants, or if she smells, it’s a sure thing. Apparently.
Cupertino will be the first California market in which AT&T will deploy its fiber network. The telecommunications giant, whose $67 billion deal to acquire DirecTV is under regulatory review, may also expand the rollout to San Francisco, Oakland, and parts of San Jose, including Mountain View.
Yeah, that’s not the company’s official slogan.
How often should you change your bedsheets?
Twitch CEO Emmett Shear wasn’t born a leader, he became one almost by accident. And he now runs one of the most valuable video properties on the web, just purchased by Amazon.