The company has increased 100 million daily active users in just six months.

Google may be charged up to 10 percent of its annual revenues.

DJ Khaled has been referred to the “King of Snapchat” and has over 6.2 million Instagram followers.

The idea that factories will be automated and run by robots in five years is “b——-t”, outgoing General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt said.

Yahoo’s assets will be combined with AOL brands under a new subsidiary called Oath, headed by ex-AOL CEO Tim Armstrong.

Bitcoin traded above $3,000 for the first time on Sunday, continuing its massive surge.

Mizuho downgraded Apple to neutral from buy Sunday. Nasdaq 100 futures pointed to more losses Monday.

Some of the world’s largest media companies are betting that it’s virtual reality, where consumers strap on goggles to watch TV shows, video games and maybe even movies down the road in a 360-degree panorama that puts them right in the action.

Famed investor Paul Meeks says tech stocks are getting uncomfortably expensive.

Citron sees new life in the company as an internet of things provider and a key player in the autonomous car market.

We’re panicking about robots taking our jobs, but Marc Andreessen says it’s the same fear we always have. And we’re still wrong.

Pilots set to work with Amazon for its Prime Air project are telling Jeff Bezos that the partnership could be in deep trouble.

Bitcoin hit a fresh record high above $2,100 on Monday with the cryptocurrency continuing its strong rally.

Amazon is hiring a business lead to strategize how the company can break into the multibillion-dollar pharmacy market.

Ransomware attacks like WannaCry can be avoided by keeping software and anti-virus programs up to date, authorities said.