Adobe acknowledged the inevitable Tuesday when it announced that it “will stop updating and distributing the Flash Player at the end of 2020.” That's great news if you don’t like having your computer left more vulnerable to online break-ins.
The machines built by 163 teams of teenagers to compete in the inaugural First Global Challenge had one job: collecting and sorting plastic balls in a small arena approximating a stream passing through a village. But they also had a higher purpose: reminding everybody watching to make technology that
Wall Street is gearing up for another busy week of earnings, including Netflix (NFLX) after the bell today and Goldman Sachs (GS) and Bank of America (BAC) tomorrow. Stock futures are little changed after the Dow and S&P logged fresh record highs on Friday. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Nicole
Photobucket's unpopular decision to charge users $400 a year if they want to keep embedding their images on other sites serves as a lesson to others about the risks of an ad-based business model.
France's new president wants the country to loosen regulations and open its doors to immigrants in order to help it "become the nation of startups."
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg has two pieces of advice when it comes to advertising on the social network: assume a distracted audience and don't recycle TV ads.
The Consumer Technology Association’s show in China’s financial capital, only in its third year, gathered an expected 35,000-plus attendees for three days of exhibits, panels and conferences.
A Republican member of the House has introduced a comprehensive data privacy bill, but Congress is unlikely to ever pass it.
YouTube removed advertising from a video of a giant American flag being unfurled across FedEx Field on the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attack. It fixed the mistake. But the underlying problem remains: It’s hard to screen the stuff random people upload to YouTube.
A small town in East Texas should see a lot fewer visitors in suits and ties, thanks to a Supreme Court ruling that you can’t file a patent lawsuit anywhere you please in America.
At its I/O conference here, Google (GOOG, GOOGL) touted the progress of Accelerated Mobile Pages, an ambitious initiative to remake the mobile web into a faster, lighter and less irritating medium—yes, even the ads that help pay for it.
Android O aims to fix a problem that’s afflicted Android since its debut almost nine years ago: the zombie-like persistence of obsolete versions.