Bitcoin billionaires Cameron and Tyler have a challenge for Jamie Dimon, a critic of the virtual currency.
FBN's Cheryl Casone discusses Taylor Swift's new app, which she said will help her to connect more with fans.
The biggest players in the world of sports content are facing a big threat.
In recent months, former Facebook executives have expressed "guilt" over the social media giant, its growing influence on society and impact on culture. Here's a roundup of their comments.
Concerned Women for America CEO Penny Young Nance discusses the motives behind Facebook's app targeting kids.
Messenger Kids is Facebook's new app to get children as young as six-years-old to use the social platform. Controversy mounts from parents as the use of social media has had noted effects on childrens' mental health.
Big Review TV CEO Brandon Evertz on the company's social media platform for video-based reviews.
U.S. lawmakers called the announcement a positive step. The web page, though, would fall short of their demands that Facebook individually notify users about Russian propaganda posts or ads they were exposed to.
Taylor Swift's revenge-tinged new album "Reputation" soared to the top of the iTunes charts on its first day of release on Friday, earning mixed reviews from music critics while fans devoured the lyrics for clues about her latest targets.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is kicking off an effort to get U.S. small businesses to spend more on advertising.
The New-York based coworking startup WeWork has already disrupted the way many people live, work and exercise since it launched in 2010.
Snapchat owner Snap Inc on Wednesday revealed that China's Tencent Holdings Ltd has a 12 percent stake in the company, a day after dismal results pummeled the stock.
Snapchat-owner Snap on Tuesday reported lower-than-expected daily active users for the third quarter.
While he's not on the field, NFL New England Patriot Rob Gronkowski is dabbling in the tech world. The Gronk and his business partner, Jeremy Green, unveil their new emoji app, Mojiit.
Marc Lotter, former special assistant to President Trump, on President Trump's social media account being briefly deactivated by a Twitter employee and Republicans' tax reform plan.
President Donald Trump’s Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) account was briefly deactivated on Thursday night due to a mistake by a Twitter employee, the social media company said.
Facebook reported stronger third-quarter earnings and revenue than expected.
Former FBI special agent and spokesman John Iannarelli and Lerer Hippeau Ventures Partners' Eric Hippeau discuss U.S. vetting procedures following the New York City terror attack.
Lawmakers are questioning the world's biggest social media giants about the 2016 elections.
Netflix’s (NASDAQ:NFLX) ability to attract new subscribers through its original content should remain strong despite the looming cancellation of its flagship series “House of Cards” amid a sexual assault allegation against star Kevin Spacey, a Wall Street analyst told FOX Business.