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CNBC's Julia Boorstin provides a preview of Hewlett Packard's fourth quarter results which are due out after the bell on Tuesday.
Uri Levine, Waze co-founder, and FeeX chairman, discusses his plans to change the way investors track fees the financial services industry charges users.
Ask.com's analysis of this year's trending questions revealed that Americans were most interested in Ebola, Israel and Renee Zellweger's face.
GoDaddy, once the Super Bowl's raciest advertiser, will be back in the Big Game with an ad featuring Danica Patrick and a puppy.
Ken Sena, Evercore, discusses the firm's move to downgrade eBay to a sell rating citing payments concerns and competition in the space.
Regin, an "extremely complex" and "stealthy" spying program has been stealing data from ISPs, energy companies, airlines and research-and-development labs, a security company has said.
Billionaire Alisher Usmanov's investment in Alibaba has soared more than 500 percent since he first invested in the group, he told CNBC.
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.
Google is now offering a subscription service to Web users to remove ads from sites.
Google announces "Contributor," a subscription service that lets users pay monthly subscriptions so that they don't have to see ads.
William Ready, Braintree CEO, discusses the newest players in the online and mobile payments space.
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.