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Microsoft's Bing says it will promote mobile-friendly search results.
Abigail Elise, International Business Times tech reporter, discusses Apple's HomeKit, a system designed to allow users to control their heat, home appliances, lighting, and devices online. The company says its smart devices will be released in June.
Late SurveyMonkey David Goldberg embodied the idea of the tech disruptor, the company's executive chairman, Zander Lurie, tells CNBC.
Netflix is reportedly in talks with Chinese firms as it looks to move into the market there.
Some websites are claiming that a "phantom" Google search algorithm update has dented their traffic.
Rdio is announcing a new subscription tier. Anthony Bay, Rdio CEO, provides insight to Rdio Select priced at $3.99 a month.
Despite Zuck's fame, many FBers may not know everything there is to know about the social media mogul.
There's an Uber for everything and investors are paying attention. Investment activity in on-demand apps surge.
Australian firm "Sorry It's Over" will send breakup messages for a price.
Uber hired Google's longtime P.R. chief as it seeks to manage its public image.
Geoff Yang, RedPoint Ventures, discusses the changing face of media and delivery of content. Also Ben Lerer, Thrillist Media CEO, weighs in.
Blake Irving, Go Daddy CEO, discusses new customer growth, what keeps customers happy, breaking into China and dropping NASCAR.
This is what Ken Leon, global head of equity research at S&P Capital IQ is waiting to hear from Cisco earnings after the bell.
While streaming becomes more and more popular, physical media is fighting back with "Ultra HD."
Samsung is pushing into the "Internet of Things" market with new digital components.
Facebook launched its "Instant Articles" program, which will bring full articles directly to the social platform.
How AOL has changed since its 1992 IPO.
Here are five things Michael Yoshikami likes about Verizon's $4.4 billion purchase of AOL.
Here's a peek at what consumers can expect from the Verizon-AOL deal.
AOL decided to sell to Verizon in order to compete in a future marketplace dominated by larger players, CEO Tim Armstrong tells CNBC.