Features by Queena Kim

Facebook to report first earnings since IPO

Facebook has had a rocky road since it started selling shares and there are still big questions about Facebook's future. For instance: how, exactly, it plans to make money.
Posted In: Facebook, IPO, Earnings

Support grows for online sales tax

Republican governors and giant e-commerce retailer Amazon now back Congressional legislation to tax online transactions.
Posted In:, Amazon, tax breaks

Digg sold for scrap

The last remnants of the once popular social media site were sold yesterday -- for just $500,000.
Posted In: Digg, startup, Silicon Valley

A new CEO still may not save Yahoo

It's widely expected that interim CEO Ross Levinsohn will get the permanent title at today's shareholders meeting at Yahoo. But will anything change for the struggling company?
Posted In: Yahoo

Virus shines light on 'click fraud'

An estimated 45,000 people in the U.S. may have trouble getting online Monday because of a computer virus. Hackers replaced real ads with fake ones, a crime known as "click fraud."
Posted In: hacking, online advertising, cybercrime

The angels of Silicon Valley

Angel investors fund the very early stages of startups, looking to get in early on the next big thing. A lot of angel money ends up going down the drain, but that's just the price of innovation.
Posted In: Entrepreneurship, startup

Competition heads for the cloud

After a vicious storm knocks out some cloud computing services, competitors look to profit.
Posted In: Amazon, cloud computing

Becoming an app star

Mobile app developers descend on Google I/O.
Posted In: app

Microsoft's big reveal

The company lifts the lid on something new today. But can anything make the tech giant relevant again?
Posted In: Microsoft

Online tracking hot on our trail

A new study says tracking on the busiest websites has jumped dramatically compared to last year.
Posted In: cybersecurity, online advertising


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