Almost a quarter of teenagers in the US now hold a Twitter account, significantly more than the 16 per cent figure for the wider population - according to a new Pew Research Centre report.
New Trier High School is embracing a future with more e-books and iPads -- and fewer old-fashioned text books.
Appcelerator, which makes a popular free mobile app development platform called Titanium, is now setting its sight on enterprises that build their own mobile apps for workers.
The difference between a job you love and a job you hate is usually one thing: the company's culture.
I recently switched from using a Windows PCs and Android phones to all-Apple products, all the time.
There's a report floating around claiming that early Tumblr investor Union Square Ventures (USV) netted a 5,000X return when Yahoo paid $1.
Google Glass is an attempt to bring smart eyewear to the masses.
Google is aiming for an early to mid-2014 debut of the gadget to the general public.
Microsoft just announced its new gaming console, the Xbox One.
So what do we think? Check out our snap reaction to Microsoft's vision of the future of living room entertainment with Business Insider Consumer Tech Editor Steve Kovach and Business Insider Senior Editor Chris C.
During a press conference on Tuesday to launch VMware's new cloud, Bill Fathers, VMware's top cloud exec, dropped a bombshell: VMware would be "the first and only cloud provider" to offer SAP's popular and pricey software on a monthly subscription plan, including SAP's Oracle-killer HANA database.
The Microsoft Store Online and Amazon are both taking sign ups for the new Xbox One console.
(Microsoft will give you $10 off if you reserve through them.