All the companies recently rumored to be considering buying Twitter - including Google, Disney, Apple and Salesforce - are likely to take a pass.
Secret Conversations isn't the greatest, but it isn't the worst.
Google's big hardware launch event, held Tuesday in San Francisco, will inevitably be compared to Apple's iPhone 7 launch last month. But for Google, hardware is really just a gateway for its AI ambitions.
Removing ports and jacks has been the norm for Apple, but this time around, getting a more powerful iPhone might not be worth losing the headphone jack.
Prince didn't want his videos on YouTube and argued that the service didn't compensate artists fairly. He's not alone, and musicians ranging from Katy Perry to Tony Bennett have recently stepped up efforts to change laws that they say allow major online services to earn billions of dollars from illegal copies of their work.
News may start on Twitter, but it quickly migrates to other services, which may not bode well for the company.
At this year's Consumer Electronics Show, everyone from Hollywood insiders to hardcore pornographers showed up to share their vision for the virtual future.
Startup founder Matt Dalio wants everyone in the world to have a personal computer by 2025.