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CNBC's Morgan Brennan and Tom's Guide Editor-in-Chief Mark Spoonauer talk about how Samsung's new Galaxy phones stack up against Apple's iPhone 6 Plus.
Mitchell Baker, chairwoman of Mozilla Foundation, says the company's main goal is to bring openness and flexibility of the World Wide Web.
Twitter has loads of questions for the Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett, after the release of his annual letter.
Talk about first world problems! The Internet lost its mind this week over llama drama, tighty whities, and a dress. Jane Wells can't take it anymore.
#TheDress, or a poorly lit photograph of a garment valued at $77.13, has sent social media into a tizzy.
Discussing whether a worrisome tech bubble is brewing, with Carl Yankowski, former Palm CEO. He discusses being asked to be co-CEO of Apple with Steve Jobs.
NBC News correspondent Tom Costello reminisces on the "rocket ride" of reporting on the dot-com bubble.
Ajit Pai, Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission (FCC), discusses why the FCC decided to vote 3-2 in favor of Net neutrality.
Priceline Group names new chief executive officer of priceline.com, Paul J. Hennessy.
The new net neutrality regulations may persuade the Justice Department to OK the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger, analyst Daniel Ernst tells CNBC.
CNBC's Dominic Chu and International Business Times Tech Editor Michael Learmonth discuss the latest patent lawsuit against Apple.
John Collison, Stripe co-founder, discusses his company's aggressive plan to gain market share in the competitive online and mobile payment space.
Walter Isaacson, The Aspen Institute CEO, and Craig Moffett, MoffettNathanson partner, provide perspective on the FCC ruling on net neutrality and the future of digital.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin has the story on the release of Netflix's season 3 of "House of Cards."
A badly lit photograph of a $77 off-the-rack dress broke the Internet Friday, spawning arguments, memes and half-baked pseudo-scientific explanations.
Daniel Ernst, Hudson Square Research discusses the implications of the FCC's approval of net neutrality. I think cable is still going to work out just fine, says Ernst.
The FCC ruling does not mean the Internet debate is over and court challenges are likely as companies try and figure out what it means for businesses, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers.
A badly lit photo of a dress sparked a viral web sensation on Friday when people tried to figure out a simple question: What color was the dress?
Cyrus Mewawalla, managing director at CM Research, says that the two main side effects of the new FCC regulations on net neutrality would probably be that broadband prices may rise and speeds may fall.
After going through the punishing depths of 2000's dot-com bubble burst, Patrick Grove, co-founder and CEO of Catcha Group, lived to tell his story in this week's "Managing Asia."