Fans of the social-blogging network might not like the idea much, but a $1-billion acquisition of Tumblr would arguably solve a number of problems for Yahoo -- and do the same for Tumblr CEO David Karp.
No new hardware appeared at Google I/O, but a recently released phone debuts as a Nexus-like device. Meanwhile, Google updated Android, without adding further fragmentation issues, through dozens of new services, apps and APIs.
Costa Rica's killer bull, fear in Cyprus, crimes of Ranbaxy and BitCoin bubble -- that along with basketball uber coach Phil Jackson are part of this week's reading material. Of course, question to ponder: briefs or boxers, how did they get into men's…
Google's annual developer conference, Google I/O has been center stage in technology world for past few days. The news coming out of the event can be overwhelming. Here are a handful of articles that I find worth of your time and attention.
Sprint buyout of U.S. Cellular in Chicago and St. Louis closed Friday, and it won't keep its networks running for long. Customers can either trade in their U.S. Cellular devices with Sprint or look for a new carrier.
When soap operas "One Life to Live" and "All My Children" moved online, it wasn't clear how fans would watch them. It turns out that most viewers are binge-watching -- so the soaps' production company is cutting back on the number of new episodes each…
Looking for a book suggestion? Culling information from your Twitter feed and turning that into accurate recommendations is harder than it looks, but Parakweet is looking to use natural language procesing to do just that.