Pinterest said that it hasn't seen much exposure to the advertising segments most hurt by the coronavirus pandemic, including travel, automotive and restaurants.
Airbnb guests who spoke with CNBC said they've had difficulty navigating Airbnb's website to collect the full cash refunds the company has said they are eligible for.
WeWork is claiming that SoftBank breached its obligations under their agreement.
Facebook's WhatsApp has reduced the amount of chats to which users can share frequently forwarded content to just one at a time.
The New York City Department of Education is now telling schools they should use services provided through Google or Microsoft.
Fitness studios across the United States are turning to online platforms to keep their audience connected during the COVID-19 pandemic that's caused many of them to close due to stay-at-home mand...
Over the past two weeks, teachers, students and parents in NYC have begun using online tools to cope with a new system for remote learning.
The inquiry comes after Connecticut officials were "zoombombed" during a call to discuss the Census.
With the coronavirus causing shutdowns of the NBA, MLB and other pro sports, athletes like NBA star Kevin Durant are turning to esport tournaments to stay active during the pandemic.
"Our hiring is keeping at a very, very aggressive clip," Sandberg said. The pledge comes as the country braces for a massive spike in unemployment.
The company is laying off or furloughing just over half its employees, the company confirmed to CNBC.
The kits will contain a reusable cloth face mask, hand sanitizer and a thermometer. Instacart shoppers can request their kits beginning next week through a website the company built for its shopp...
Gig economy companies have played a key part in social distancing, but investor Jim Chanos said their models could leave them open to problems.
Kinsa says its real-time data gathered from its smart thermometer could help forecast coronavirus hot spots faster than the CDC to quickly pinpoint where resources need to be allocated fast to st...
YouTube is working on a video feature called Shorts that will go head to head with the popular TikTok app, NBC News reports.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg on Wednesday said the company's lessons learned from its numerous mistakes over the past couple of years has prepared it to deal with the crises caused by the coronav...
The transition comes ahead of schedule with Mike Sievert taking over the helm.
Dark Sky said no changes will be made to its iOS app, which costs $3.99, though it will no longer be available to download for Android users. Service for Android subscribers will stay active unti...
Therapeutics company Celularity is awaiting permission from the FDA to test whether a new cell therapy that boosts immunity could be effective against COVID-19. It has been used for cancer treatm...
Snap on Tuesday announced the launch of App Stories, which brings the company's popular Stories feature to apps created by third-party software developers.
Houseparty is offering a $1 million bounty reward to anyone who can uncover what it's calling a "smear campaign" to spread hacking rumors.
The world's largest advertising group pulled its dividend and share buyback and withdrew guidance for 2020 on Tuesday, after clients cancelled marketing booked with the company due to the coronav...
The grim realities of hospitals overflowing with patients seeking treatment for COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, are not always as visible from the outside.
Airbnb said it will let guests get full refunds for trips booked before March 14, as the travel industry struggles with the impact of the coronavirus.
With stay-at-home orders across the U.S., meetings and counseling sessions for those who struggle with addiction issues are now taking place online during the coronavirus pandemic.
Some tech companies will emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic stronger, while investors should expect other businesses to weaken, says Morgan Stanley.
Executives across the company will also take pay cuts, according to an internal email obtained by CNBC.
Single New York millennials have started doing blind, speed dates over video calls as a way to maintain their dating lives amid the stay-at-home order put in place due to the coronavirus.
Business is booming for alcohol delivery apps like Drizly and Minibar Delivery, with bars and restaurants closed across the country during the coronavirus shutdown.
Yelp said this week it was partnering with GoFundMe to provide a "seamless way" for people to donate to businesses being hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic.