South Korean prosecutors have indicted Uber CEO Travis Kalanick for violating transport laws, reports CNBC's Kayla Tausche.» Read More
eBay may be planning to cut thousands of jobs early next year as it prepares for its split from its PayPal unit.
Twitter has deemed 2014 the year of the "selfie," and if the 92,000,000 mentions of the word are any indication, it's for good reason.
Brian S. Hall asks: Can I really be the only Silicon Valley writer who is troubled by Mark Zuckerberg's rather sycophant hosting of China's cyberspace czar?
Anthony Bay, Rdio CEO, discusses Rdio's "artist friendly" business model and explains how the company makes money and will add value in the long-term.
CNBC's Jon Fortt looks at new data from Expedia that tries to answer on of the most important and elusive travel questions ever.
Bridget Van Kralingen, IBM senior vice president, discusses Big Blue's partnership with Apple and their launch of a new class of made-for-business apps.
As technology expands for taxi service company, Uber, so do its problems. On Monday, the city of Portland sued Uber, now two California cities join in.
Here's bitcoin's real selling point, says Trevor Murphy, the CTO of BitStash.
Apple is looking for a head of social media and content to be based in the same city as its Beats Electronics division, 9to5mac.com reported.
YouTube has refreshed its app for Apple's TV streaming box, offering a new look, more videos, and more ads.
Amazon announces two new features, delivery within an hour of purchase in New York and price negotiations on certain items.
The "cloud" is here to stay and tech group Rackspace is focusing on service leadership and hybrid solutions, says Taylor Rhodes, CEO.
As the net neutrality battle wears on, civil rights groups have come out to support both sides of the issue. The New York Times reports.
It's a trying time for YouTube as it strategizes how to keep its top video stars while rivals attempt to lure them to appear on their own channels.
Sony hack leaks personal information, including social security numbers of 47,000 celebrities, freelancers and Sony employees.
Google plans to challenge Microsoft in the workplace by increasing the commissions for top-performing resellers.
Discussing the art of self-promotion in a high tech world, with Guy Kawasaki, "The Art of Social Media" author.
For the first time in history, Girl Scouts will be selling their cookies online. Anna Maria Chavez, Girl Scouts of the USA CEO, discusses the organization's first big step into the digital age.
How will the FCC act on free and open Internet? Craig Moffett, MoffettNathanson, partner & senior research analyst, discusses the impact of price regulation on broadband.
Ahead of the FCC's net neutrality decision, Adriano Farano, co-founder & CEO of Watchup, says all internet traffic should be treated equally, to allow a great levels of competition.