We all knew it was only a matter of time.
Netflix is frustrated that it's still illegal to release its Facebook app in the US.
If you thought ordering pizza online was convenient, wait until you see this.
The company behind the wildly successful mobile and casual game Angry Birds has just scooped up a fellow mobile game developer.
HTC's Beats Electronics unit is expected to be wrapping up a deal to buy music streaming service MOG.
Digg this - the man who created Digg is now working for Google.
CNN may be prepared to make one of its biggest acquisitions to date.
Apple has been told that it can no longer pursue Kodak over patent infringement claims.
All it takes is a few quick searches on Youtube to realize that one of its biggest content supporters is Disney.
Mark Zuckerberg hasn't qualified as one of the richest men in the world, but we're sure he's not too upset about it.
Apple wants to take on Netflix, but the companies that provide content to Netflix aren't that excited.
A man is suing Google after a precarious picture of him showed up on the company's Street View service.
Apple's market cap has gotten so big, it's more valuable than a lot of countries.
Honda has issued a sweeping recall of its Odyssey minivans that have model years 2008 or 2009, after an issue was discovered with the rear hatch.
Comcast is planning on entering the streaming video market.
In an effort to backpeddle from its previous stance of going to a streaming-only format, Netflix is augmenting the way it offers DVD-only plans.
Daily deals site Groupon has acquired a company called Hyperpublic, a startup that specializes in location-based technology.
Just a few days after it was rumored that Samsung was planning on spinning off its LCD display business, the company has decided to do just that.
In a world that is usually full of glitz and glamor, Facebook has its failures as well.
Samsung likes to consider itself the king of smart TV right now, so it has the most to lose if Apple redefines that growing market segment.