Amazon has reportedly been working with hotels and resorts to start a new travel department, and the New York Post reports Amazon will roll out a new ad supported streaming service. Kara Swisher, Re/code co-executive editor, weighs in.» Read More
Scott Tilghman, B. Riley & Company, says buy GameStop despite its temporary weakness. Also Tilghman provides an outlook on the gaming sector.
Former FCC chairman Reed Hundt supports regulating the internet like a public utility and sees it as a common medium of communication as the telephone once was.
Here's why these proposed bitcoin regulations are unrealistic, says Trevor Murphy, the CTO of BitStash.
BuzzFeed accused Uber SVP Emil Michael of criticizing journalists, but USA Today's Michael Wolff has a different take. The USA Today reports.
Google plans to launch Google Play in China. Meanwhile, Apple switches the word "Free" to "Get" in its app store.
Alan Guo, CEO of LightInTheBox, explains why the mainland online retailer focuses on selling China-made products to overseas consumers, instead of its domestic market.
Pro-democracy protests have raised the risk of cyber attacks in Hong Kong, says Bryce Boland, VP & CTO at FireEye, adding that most cyber crimes are targeted at businesses.
Yahoo has inked an deal to become the default search engine on the web browser Firefox.
Liberty Media Chairman John Malone talks net neutrality, paying for Internet capacity and antitrust in the cable industry.
Starbucks will begin a nationwide rollout of wireless charging spots in its coffee shops, Re/code reports.
It's the seventh anniversary of Amazon’s Kindle, and the device continues to generate a lot of money for the e-commerce giant.
John Malone, Liberty Media chairman, discusses telecom consolidation and if Liberty Global is big enough to buy Comcast.
CNBC's David Faber speaks with John Malone, Liberty Media chairman, about Internet regulatory intervention and the economics of Internet speeds and data. Malone also weighs in on the likelihood Comcast's deal with Time Warner will happen.
CNBC's David Faber speaks to Steve Kaufer, TripAdvisor president & CEO, about the evolution of the travel and bookings business. Kaufer also discusses quarterly earnings expectations.
CNBC's Jim Cramer and David Faber discuss the potential entrance of Google and Facebook into the telecom space and when they will compete on the broadband front. Also, Faber provides insight to the move higher in Dish Network shares.
CNBC's David Faber speaks with John Malone, Liberty Media chairman, about Internet regulation and the net neutrality debate.
Uber privacy issues spark discussion about crossing a personal privacy lines.
The giant retailer got scammed into selling $400 PlayStation 4 consoles for $90. Who's to blame? A look at Amazon's public relations mess.
Customers have misused Wal-Mart's price-match promotion to obtain $400 PlayStation 4 consoles for less than a quarter of the retail price.
Yahoo Mail users took to Twitter Tuesday to complain about an email service outage. This issue has since been resolved.