Instagram, user growth and revenue per user are among the subjects in focus when Facebook reports earnings Tuesday.
A possible alliance in electronic payments between Alibaba and Apple could open doors for both in China, but a host of technical and possibly regulatory hurdles stand in the way.
SoftBank announced a pair of investments in Internet companies in India that total more than $800 million.
The U.K.’s Financial Conduct Authority is to explore the potential benefits of the technology underpinning bitcoin to the wider financial services industry, according to the regulator’s chief executive.
Computer-security experts say they found what they describe as a sophisticated cyberweapon on a network at a U.S. firm harboring military secrets, and that the spy tool was built during Moscow working hours.
Google’s YouTube is considering offering paid, advertisement-free subscriptions as it seeks to generate more revenue and profit from the world’s largest online video website.
FDA, Interpol and dozens of countries want the Internet’s central administrator to help shut down sites suspected of selling drugs without a prescription, but Icann’s powers are limited.
How many compliance staff members does Icann have? The manager of the Internet's domain-name system has had a hard time answering this question.
Google for Work, Google’s business software unit, just won one of its largest customers to date, the accounting and consulting giant PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP.
Twitter’s third-quarter revenue more than doubled, and the company continued its streak of adding users, but the pace slowed and the messaging service issued lackluster revenue guidance.
Apple CEO Tim Cook took the stage at the WSJD Live conference for a conversation with Journal editor in chief Gerard Baker about Apple's future.
Apple Inc. Chief Executive Tim Cook said more than one million credit cards were activated on the company’s new Apple Pay service within 72 hours of its debut last week.
iHeartMedia Holdings Inc., formerly CC Media Holdings Inc., and subsidiary Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings Inc. reported weaker bottom-line results for the third quarter.
Israeli Internet advertising firm Matomy Media Group has agreed to buy Austrian mobile advertising specialist MobFox for $17.6 million.
More companies are tailoring their computer purchases to individual workers’ needs, and in some cases letting the employees themselves choose.
Details on a new healthcare-related service, a possible new smartphone app and any changes to its earnings guidance will be in focus when Nintendo releases results for the second quarter on Wednesday in Japan.
Data-center giant dominates crucial Web function, renting slices of its air-conditioned floors to virtually every company that operates online.
Samsung is cutting the prices of its handsets in China and is preparing to roll out a cheaper line of smartphones, in an attempt to fend off growing competition from the likes of Xiaomi, Coolpad and Lenovo.
Chinese social-network company Renren is planning to sell some noncore businesses as part of its move to become profitable and is considering investment opportunities in the U.S. and Hong Kong, its chief executive said.
Riding on growing interest in coding, London-based startup Kano has shipped thousands of toolkits that allow users to build a computer and write software easily. CEO Yonatan Raz-Fridman told The Wall Street Journal about the company’s strategy and challenges.