A day after Trevor Noah was declared the new host of “The Daily Show,” graphic tweets targeting women, Jews and Middle America are causing a social media backlash.
Nine months after Jordan Spieth signed an endorsement deal with AT&T, he is starring in his first TV commercial with the company. Only he won’t be pitching a product.
Microsoft is making a cheaper version of its Surface Pro 3 tablet computer in an effort to reach students and budget-conscious families. Here’s what you need to know.
You can bring your beach towels and floral headbands, but you’d better forget that selfie stick if you’re planning to go to the Coachella or Lollapalooza music festivals this year.
IBM is investing $3 billion to build an “Internet of Things” division aimed at harnessing the massive trove of data collected by smartphones, tablets, connected vehicles and appliances and using it to help companies better manage their businesses.
RadioShack creditor Salus said that it will not improve its bid as it fights with another buyer, hedge fund Standard General, for the electronics chain based in Fort Worth.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said that so-called ‘religious objection’ legislation being introduced in a number of states including Texas is dangerous and bad for business.
Spotify’s music service is coming to PlayStation game consoles and replacing Sony’s own Music Unlimited.
GameStop said that the stronger dollar hurt sales in the fourth quarter. Sales for the Grapevine video game retailer fell about 6 percent in the three months that ended January 31.
Yahoo! said that it will buy back $2 billion in company stock as it prepares to spin off its stake in Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba. Yahoo! owns 384 million shares of Alibaba.
A statewide ban on texting while driving gained preliminary approval in the Texas House on Wednesday, advancing a plan that four years ago fell victim to a gubernatorial veto.
Facebook’s Messenger app is evolving into a multitasking tool equipped to send an animated fist bump to a friend at one moment and then get a little business done in the next.