TweetDeck launched a new feature for power users and brands on Tuesday called TweetDeck Teams. In a blog post, Twitter described it as a "simple way to share access to your account without sharing passwords."
It’s becoming more and more expensive to scale a startup in San Francisco. In fact, it’s twice as costly to operate a startup in 2014 as it was in 2009. According to data from Jones Lang LaSalle, office
In one of its boldest bets ever, Berlin-based Rocket Internet announced today it was making massive investments in two of the world’s hottest food-delivery startups and creating a separate unit to oversee
Good morning! It's a cold day in New York. We're due for some garbage weather this weekend. Here's the tech news you need to know going into the weekend. 1. Twitter beat revenue estimations in its Q4 report.
One of the original five Harvard students who helped build the largest social network in the world walks into a gastropub just a few blocks away from the dorm room where it all began. The handful of students
An Internet Entrepreneur Sold This San Francisco Apartment For $6 Million — And He's Giving It All Away To Charity
Lokey bought the home for $4.6 million in 2006, but he isn't looking to turn a profit on the sale. A signer of the Giving Pledge, Lokey pledged to donate the money the apartment fetches in an effort to
Every month, some of Silicon Valley’s biggest power players meet at the Palo Alto home of Chamath Palihapitiya, an early Facebook executive who now runs his own venture capital firm Social+Capital. The
Uber investor Ashton Kutcher is defending Uber from comments that one of its executives made on Friday, in which the exec casually threatened to launch a smear campaign against a specific journalist who
Just over 18 months ago Google Chairman Eric Schmidt said he found having to talk to Google Glass out loud “the weirdest thing” and admitted that there would be “places where Google Glass are inappropriate.”
The world of competitive gaming, or e-sports, doesn't require the players to get up out of their seats. But that doesn't mean the players don't sweat. Or make a ton of money. One of the biggest names the
When the iPhone started taking over the US in 2008, Nick Walter was in Japan doing Mormon missionary work without a smartphone. "When I got home, my dad was super nice and bought me an iPhone 4, and it