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The FTC filed a complaint against T-Mobile USA, alleging that the wireless provider added unauthorized charges customers' bills.
Animoto automates the creation of a movie made from user uploaded photos and video clips. Walter Mossberg, Re/Code co-executive editor, reviews the cloud-based product and if it's worth the price.
Amazon.com has become so big and powerful that it could threaten to end the publishing industry, a technology attorney told CNBC.
The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art aims to open in 2018, based on the personal collection of the "Star Wars" director.
VidCon, the largest digital video convention in the world, attracts 18,000 content creators, fans, and increasingly advertisers.
Internet giant Yahoo has put in a bid of around $250 million to buy Fullscreen, a company which creates content for YouTube channels.
Individual Putt-Putt locations have offered everything from laser tag to restaurants, but for the first time it's become a franchise model.
Mike Kitner, 360heros.com, explains how its 3-D printed device turns GoPro content into a panoramic experience.
It is one of several tech companies trying to become more transparent about its workforce.
N. Korea is threatening retaliation if the U.S. does not stop the release of the comedy movie, "The Interview."
Depending on where he decides to take his talents, LeBron James could see a nice raise from his impending free agency.
The U.S. Supreme Court reversed a lower court decision and ruled 6-to-3 that the TV startup Aereo violated copyright law.
Prime minister's former adviser may face new trial in a case that has cast a shadow over the UK news industry and Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.
Signing foreign players, some of whom have contracts with pro teams, is a tricky process for draftees and NBA teams.
Bob Dylan's original handwritten lyrics to "Like a Rolling Stone" were just sold at a Sotheby's auction for $2.05 million.
As GoPro prepares to go public, CNBC's Josh Lipton cracked open the camera to find out which company products make up the camera.
CNBC's Sue Herera shares video of a great white shark eating 6 GoPro cameras right off its monopod.
The Supreme Court is set to rule on a case between Aereo and major broadcasters. Here's what's at stake for leading-network CBS.
As GoPro prepares to go public, CNBC's Josh Lipton reports which company products make up the camera. Ambarella provides a chip to the camera, and the FMHR traders take their positions.
What's sets GoPro apart from the competition? CNBC's Josh Lipton takes a look at the technology that powers the camera. Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff, explains what GoPro is trying to pull off.