Square will soon be accepted in thousands of Starbucks stores.
Facebook discloses its carbon footprint and energy use for the first time.
Faced with problems securing visas for foreign workers, Infosys will open a U.S. software development center in Milwaukee.
The social network dodges questions from lawmakers, saying its decision is not yet final.
Dwolla launches a service that moves money instantly, bypassing how it's been done for 40 years.
The web has changed the nature of advertising. Now computer science is set to revolutionise it all over again.
The man behind an influential Silicon Valley incubator warns startups that the era of easy cash could be over.
Facebook still has plenty to prove to its biggest customers after it goes public next week.
Biochemists have long imagined that autocatalytic sets can explain the origin of life. Now a new mathematical approach to these sets has even broader implications
The growing interest in a market for personal data that shares profits with the individuals who own the data could change the business landscape for companies like Facebook