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Alica Forneret, host at The Great Mukbang Experiment, explains the "Mukbang" phenomenon where thousands of South Koreans tune in purely to watch someone eating food.
On Tuesday's "Price is Right," a contestant in a wheelchair won a sauna and… a treadmill.
How some U.S. companies are using the Mexican holiday—that's much more widely celebrated in the US—to promote themselves.
Apple expected to unveil its TV plans next month, including a redesigned remote control and a plan to entice cord-cutters.
Phillipe von Borries, Refinery29 co-founder, and Justin Stefano, Refinery29 co-founder, discuss their plan to reach female consumers and monetize clicks.
Big brands tweet in honor of National Star Wars Day.
The creator of viral-content site ViralNova says Facebook's new algorithm isn't an "evil robot," it's your friend. C'mon. Hug your friend.
The sudden death of David Goldberg, technology entrepreneur and chief of SurveyMonkey, took the technology world by surprise.
Customers had difficulty accessing some JPMorgan Chase and Capital One online banking services on Friday.
Many Americans in smaller, rural communities feel ignored when it comes to high-speed Internet.
Tesla plans to expand from electric cars and go in to everyday homes and businesses.
Things aren't always what they seem at first glance—and these are the logos to prove it.
"Fast Money" traders discussed how to play LinkedIn's battering and FireEye's pop in post-earnings trading.
It took Osman Yaya, a 12- year-old from Bennett Middle School in Salisbury, Maryland, and his skillful town hall moderating to tease out details about Obama's early reading habits, his post-presidency plans and his facility with digital media. Obama was at the Anacostia Library in Washington for a "virtual field trip" with students to promote White House...
A Canadian family who rented their home on Airbnb returned to find tens of thousands of dollars in damages.
Shan Sinha, Highfive founder and CEO, discusses how people and businesses can become better connected via videoconferencing.
Gian Fulgoni, ComScore Executive Chairman, discuses digital ad spending and the threat to traditional television content.
You might be surprised which winner in the tech sector this earnings season is showing zero signs of slowing down.
At the end of the day it's about negotiations, says George Pyne, Bruin Sports Capital CEO, weighing in on the big biz of live sports content and Verizon's "skinny bundle" offer.
Apple warned investors it could face penalties from the Europe's probe into its tax deals. Financial Times reports.