The departures of Jeff Jones and Brian McClendon add to the executive exodus from Uber this year, The New York Times reports.
CNBC's Josh Lipton looks at Seattle's thriving tech scene. With Pranav Shah, Rover.com software engineer.
Shares of Adobe Systems reached an all-time intraday high on Friday, more than 30 years after going public.
Airbnb Chief Executive Brian Chesky said he expects to see a total "revolution" in the way people travel.
iPhone users can now access Amazon's artificial intelligence voice assistant through the Amazon app.
*Plans to sell land to China's Genzon for $260 mln- source. LeEco, one of China's most ambitious companies that grew from a Netflix-like video website to a business empire spanning consumer electronics to cars within 13 years, is struggling to support its goals that include beating Elon Musk's Tesla Motors in premium electric vehicle making.
Eric Kim, CEO and co-founder of DOT Incorporation, says the market for technology accessible to the visually impaired is worth $1.5 billion.
After a rough couple of years, GoPro is embracing the smartphone, CEO Nick Woodman tells CNBC.
The e-commerce giant has just been awarded two patents related to its delivery drone fleet.
A Microsoft board seat would be the best way for Hoffman to "serve LinkedIn's long-standing mission in a hands-on way," Hoffman said.
A new Gmail feature challenges Venmo's dominance in mobile.
Apple has been found guilty of fixing the price of iPhones in Russia for several years.
According to digital marketing firm eMarketer, Snapchat's ad revenue won't be as much as once predicted in 2017.
Google has mobile search to thank for the growth, Recode reports.
A justice minister in Germany is proposing fines of up to 50 million euros, or $53 million, for hate speech on social media.
Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky spoke Monday at a luncheon held for the Economic Club of New York.
Less like being inside a cockpit and more like an out-of-body experience as a sparrow, CNBC takes a look at the pilots behind FPV racing.
Stephanie Llamas of SuperData Research says there will be greater VR content development this year but growth in proactive VR users will be slower.
"I think they are going to find whatever their place is with their consumers," said Christina Norman, a former MTV executive.
This high-tech baby bottle solves a problem plaguing close to 70% of all infants.