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There was a time when a Yahoo-AOL deal would have created a giant so big that regulators would reject it. Not anymore.
Julianne Pepitone, NBC News senior tech writer explains what email phishing is and how to avoid falling prey to cyberhackers.
Many people love seeing big companies and products fail which may be why news of BendGate spread like wildfire.
"I think the Yahoo-Starboard situation is a Yahoo-Starboard situation," AOL's Tim Armstrong tells CNBC.
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong explains his company's partnership with Publicis Groupe on digital video and TV advertising.
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong discusses Starboard's pressure on Yahoo to merge with his company.
In one chilling case earlier this year in Pakistan, police arrested a paramedic on suspicion of killing three men he had met via the gay social network Manjam, which is based in London but has many users in Asia and the Middle East.
Investors are revisiting one of the most-speculated Web combinations after the firms came under pressure to merge.
Apple releases iOS 8.0.2, promising to fix the issues that affected iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus users who downloaded 8.0.1.
If passed, this bill can protect consumers' free speech online and prevent businesses from threatening legal action, reports NBC's Today Show.
Reuters reports EU regulators will approve Facebook's deal with WhatsApp. Business Insider's Henry Blodget and the "Squawk Alley" team discusses what's next for Facebook and if the deal will contribute to the social network's financial performance.
CNET New Executive Editor Roger Cheng explains the dangers behind the newly discovered Bash bug, a widespread security flaw that could rival the Heartbleed bug that alarmed web users earlier this year.
Apple has created a temporary workaround for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus users who lost "cellular service and Touch ID functionality" after installing an update to iOS 8.
Computer software maker Adobe Systems will shut its Chinese R&D arm, as U.S. technology firms face an increasingly hostile government.
Russian President Vladimir Putin may be taking censorship a step further by controlling Russia's access to the Internet itself.
Eric Schmidt dismisses Tim Cook's claims that Google sells personal data to advertisers.
Amazon will boost staffing at its secretive hardware unit Lab126 by at least 27 percent as it tests Internet-connected "smart" home gadgets.
BlackBerry releases the Passport, a square phone geared towards the mobile professional.
Brian O'Kelley, AppNexus co-founder, weighs in on the battle for ad space and the future of advertising.
Apple spends between $200 and $247 for parts and labor to build an iPhone 6, a teardown of the anticipated device showed Tuesday. CNBC's Tyler Mathiesen discusses the results with Andrew Rassweiler of IHS.