Ever since buying YouTube for $1.65 billion in 2006, Google has been struggling with how to monetize all of the video being uploaded
With data usage on the rise, some mobile Internet providers across the United States are starting to do away with their unlimited plans
As daily deals sites proliferate, merchants face a tougher choice on where to promote their products. The tendency is to go with the biggest.
Nearly 80 million Americans now own a smartphone and mobile ad revenues are expected to climb to $3 billion annually by 2015
Google is making about $3 billion every month from advertising, which accounts for 97 percent of its revenue over the past year
Who better than the BBC, the first org many turn to when they want to file a complaint, to draw our attention to the biggest scams?
With the value of the dollar getting weaker by the day, you should take a minute or two to learn about this decentralized digital currency
Before Google opens the floodgates and lets everyone in to its new social network, put your mind at ease by following these simple steps
We have all purchased so many different iThings that the number of devices connected to the Internet was actually greater than the number of people on the entire planet in 2008
This is the first time that NASA has sent a spacecraft to orbit a protoplanet or large asteroid in our solar system's asteroid belt
Yelp isn't like the traditional social networks, but visit its pages and you'll see that Yelpers, as they call themselves, act as a community
Valuations are reaching extreme levels and venture capital investment is rising, but are we inflating a bubble similar to the last one?
The company that started as Twttr because a birding enthusiast owned the desired domain name at the time has shown impressive growth
Most of the 750 million people who use Facebook follow between two and five brands, but why? What do they get out of that?
With more than 100 million members -- and adding one every second -- LinkedIn has grown large enough that it demands our attention
The mobile payment market is a rapidly growing one: PayPal, Google and American Express have all launched their own platforms
With shares prices over $40, LinkedIn's initial offering earlier this year was the biggest Internet IPO since Google's debut back in 2004
A vast majority of Fortune 500 companies found the use of all forms of social media to be an effective use of time and resources
If Google were better at providing answers and giving recommendations, people wouldn't turn to Twitter when they have questions
The short-form messaging service has managed to capture users from just about every age group at all education and income levels