Google announced it bought Firebase, a service that helps developers create real-time apps for iOS, Android and the Web platforms.
Snapchat unveils its first "disappearing" ads on the messaging service and its first attempt at monetization.
An Oklahoma court ruled that Facebook alone isn't enough to notify a father that his biological child is being placed up for adoption.
The Guardian's breaking news about how "anonymous" app Whisper tracks users and offers up information to the government has caused the startup to fight back.
The White House announced it's nominating former Google lawyer Michelle K. Lee to head the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Facebook launches Safety Check, a new way to alert loved ones that you're safe in a disaster area -- and give Facebook your GPS coordinates.
Anonymous app Whisper, which promises anonymity to users, actually tracks user locations and shares information with the Department of Defense, a report says.
A man has been treated for possibly the first ever case of Internet addiction via Google Glass.
Startup Checkr has raised $9 million to deliver background checks to businesses through an application programming interface which connects directly to company hiring systems.
IDG World Expo announced that its canceling its mainstay Macworld/iWorld event on hiatus in 2015 -- which would have been the event's 30th anniversary.