Warner Brothers spent 10 years in Leavesden, U.K., filming eight Harry Potter films.
The studios are massive and reveal how the movies were made using the most incredible special effects in the film industry.
Microsoft has formed a new "deep tech" team of executives whose duties will include recruiting non-Microsoft developers to build apps using its products.
Marketo had a good, good day. Its stock launched on Nasdaq, rising nearly 78% from the opening price of $13 to over $23.
When CNet editor and reviewer Brian Bennett lost his "lovely HTC One test unit" while traveling, he was forced to use the other test phone he brought with him, a BlackBerry Z10.
It's been one year since Facebook went public. We assume a lot of IPO investors aren't happy with how things turned out.
Silicon Valley is pushing America into a "share culture," which may completely change how we live and work.
Autonomy has seen its fair share of turmoil since HP acquired it in 2011, as several senior executives have left and rumors have swirled that HP is looking to sell the troubled unit or gut its staff with layoffs.
How do online dating sites predict who will be good matches on their networks? Which algorithms are used to accurately predict chemistry between two people?
Sam Yagan is the co-founder of OkCupid.
Last night, Peter Kafka and Kara Swisher of All Things D reported that Yahoo might buy Tumblr for a price close to $1 billion.
One of Morgan Stanley's investment strategists, Gerard Minack, is retiring.
This is a bummer.