Google announced new features for Google My Business, its free tool that lets businesses create and edit their business profiles.
Some San Franciscans are converting their garages into apartments in an effort to make more money. But the effort is costing them hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The U.S. government has indicated that it’s stepping up its antitrust scrutiny of America’s biggest tech giants — but Google parent Alphabet (GOOG, GOOGL) may have the most to fear from regulators.
John Foley recalls how the fitness equipment company actually raised prices for its exercise bike and saw better sales.
Apple announced updates for its Mac operating system, its Mac Pro desktop, as well as a larger external display on Monday.
Tech companies such as Uber are waiting too long to go public, suggests ANGI Homeservices CEO Brandon Ridenour.
Facebook users are spending less and less time on the social network, while Instagram continues to grow at a steady clip, according to a new survey.
Twitter co-founder Ev Williams on Tuesday compared the waning positive buzz around social media to a “sugar high” that’s wearing off.
Facebook’s former chief security officer Alex Stamos on Tuesday recommended one particular tech executive could be a good replacement for Mark Zuckerberg as CEO of the social network.
Snap’s latest feature to go viral is a reminder of why its social media rivals copy the ephemeral messaging app time and again.
San Francisco is notorious for being the most expensive city in the U.S., but that hasn’t stopped affluent tech workers from snapping up real estate in this particular neighborhood.
Wall Street will be looking for signs of whether Pinterest can maintain its momentum when the company reports first-quarter 2019 earnings on Thursday afternoon.
The social network claimed the top spot once again on Glassdoor’s list of highest paying internships in the U.S. despite a tumultuous 2019.