Theranos' financial troubles are starting to pile up
The beleaguered blood-testing company settled with its first large investor.
WSJ: Facebook rejects female-authored code more often than male
The Social Network said there wasn't enough data to back up the claim.
Intel fixed a business security bug after almost a decade
The security hole affects various business PCs made in the last decade.
Airbnb agrees to register all hosts in San Francisco
Short-term rental properties will now automatically be registered with the city.
Get ready for a wave of TV mergers and buyouts
Weeks after the FCC relaxed ownership rules, Fox and Sinclair may buy Tribune Media.
Yik Yak's anonymous chat app is shutting down
The team confirmed earlier reports that some employees will join Square.
Xbox chief envisions a Netflix model for narrative games
Phil Spencer realizes that it might not work for every type of game, though.
PlayStation 4 has never been more important to Sony
Sony's 2016 fiscal year was poor, however PlayStation continues to shine.