Mark Zuckerberg says the government 'could have created a lot more trust' if they were more open about some of their practices. He also doesn't seem to care that Facebook is joining the S&P 500.
Instagram is letting you choose who is going to see your brunch photos, puppy shots and selfies with Instagram Direct.
Verizon sells anonymized phone data to marketers through its Precision Market Insights program.
Donald Trump tells CNN's Piers Morgan that he loves Apple but wants them to build an iPhone with a bigger screen.
After announcing a new free music streaming service for mobile devices, Spotify founder and CEO Daniel Ek discusses his vision for the future of music on the internet.
The growth of first time car buyers in China is driving the growth of a website for car information and reviews.
Security flaws in 'smart' light switches can enable hackers to turn your lights on right after you've turned them off. Laurie Segall reports.
Vulnerabilities in some smart home devices could enable bad actors to open your door or change your PIN code. Laurie Segall reports.
The NSA has "gone undercover" in video games like World of Warcraft and Second Life in an attempt to interact with terrorists.