Intel Acquires Ed-Tech Startup Kno

An exit for the e-textbook software startup.

Box Has Picked Its Bankers for Its IPO Next Year

Everything is on track.

Can Twitter Fix Its Product Problem?

The product division at the microblogging service is rife with problems. Will it ever change?

“Because Marissa Said So” — Yahoos Bristle at Mayer’s QPR Ranking System and “Silent Layoffs”

Many inside Yahoo agree the company needs to cut out poor performers — the question now, though, is whether the cure is worse than the disease.


Sports Programming Dominates the Living Room

How sports programming is reshaping the TV landscape and driving a new generation of technology.

Even After a Small Swoon, Twitter Investors Are Incredibly Optimistic

Should they be? Here’s how the newly public company stacks up against (relative) oldsters Facebook and LinkedIn.

Before Groupon Came Calling, LivingSocial and Ticket Monster Were Once One Big Happy Family (Video)

LivingSocial and Ticket Monster’s CEOs had high hopes for their marriage back in 2011 at AllThingsD’s AsiaD conference.

Twitter Shares Down on Second Day Opening

A four percent drop on day two.

Gogo Adds Talking and Texting Capabilities, but U.S. Fliers Won’t Be Making Voice Calls Any Time Soon

The service uses a custom app for iPhones and Android devices to allow calls and texts.

YouTube’s New Comments System Requires Users to Use Google+, Prompts F-Bomb From YouTube Co-Founder

why the fxxx do i need a google+ account to comment on a video?

YouTube co-founder Jawed Karim — or at least, whoever controls Jawed Karim’s YouTube account — weighing in on changes to YouTube’s comments system, which went into effect this week and requires YouTube users to connect their account to a Google+ page or profile.