These Billboards Will Target You As You Drive ByA billboard in Tokyo will soon be able to identify the make and model of vehicles driving by it to display a targeted advertisement.
Social Media Plays Key Role In Democratic Congressional Sit-InLive-streaming services Periscope and Facebook Live proved to be a valuable tool.
Social Network Extends Video Lengths On 2 PlatformsIn an attempt to catch up with its competitors, Twitter is extending its video lengths.
Facebook Closer To Bringing Virtual Reality To The Masses With New FeatureThe social network says it's introducing 360 photos so users can share more immersive views of their world.
Twitter Launching New Way For Advertisers To Target Emoji UsersBrands advertising on Twitter can use emojis to bolster their campaigns.
Microsoft Collaborates On Software For The Legal Marijuana IndustryMicrosoft is one of the first major technology companies to get involved with the cannabis industry.
Local Men Print Live Tissue, Aim To Eliminate Organ Waiting ListUniversity of Pennsylvania products Danny Cabrera and Ricky Solorzano are breaking ground in the scientific community.
Microsoft Joins Starbucks To Give Users A Jolt In Their InboxA plugin released on Wednesday allows Microsoft Outlook users to email Starbucks electronic gift cards and to set up meetings at nearby Starbucks locations.
Snapchat To Place Ads On Users' FeedsAre you a fan of Snapchat? Well get ready to start seeing some ads on the app very soon.
Net Neutrality Wins Victory In Federal CourtHowever, the fight isn't over for either side.
Apple Makes Siri Smarter, Rolls Out Software ImprovementsApple is working to make its iPhone and other gadgets smarter, responding to competitors' recent moves by building more artificial intelligence into its Siri digital assistant, photos, maps and other online services.
Big Player In Digital Media Declining Ad Dollars In Support Of TrumpBuzzfeed has pulled out of a million dollar ad deal with the RNC because of the "tone and substance" of Donald Trump's campaign.