App.net dies on March 14th, 2017
The paid-for Twitter clone was a hit with developers, but never caught on with the public.
Pandora cuts its workforce by 7 percent
But it doesn't want you to panic about its future.
Greenpeace slams tech giants over dirty data centers
The nonprofit has looked at the power sources your favorite internet companies are using: and most of them aren't doing well.
These companies are banking on your fear of radiation
But don't buy into their snake oil and scare tactics.
Exxon must turn over decades of climate change research
So regulators can determine if it knew about the impact of its business and chose not to speak up.
Lily Drone is dead despite $34 million in pre-orders
Pre-order customers can expect a refund in the next 60 days.
Google may sell off its satellite imaging division
As part of Alphabet's belt-tightening, Terra Bella may be cast off to a rival.
Obama: Clean energy has an 'irreversible momentum'
The 44th president explains how green energy is now cheaper than fossil fuel, and that can't easily be undone by his replacement.
Fitbit just bought another smartwatch startup
It now owns Vector, which made a classier version of the Pebble