A Twitter account of random facts has amassed millions of followers and big bucks for the 25-year old who runs it.
In a bid to develop personalized content, Audible is trying to bring a Netflix sensibility to reading junkies.
Shares of Japanese messaging app Line popped up nearly 50 percent on their trading debut in Japan. Now comes the hard part.
Free texts and free calls have driven messaging app WhatsApp's popularity, but the competition is heating up. CNBC's Akiko Fujita has more.
Steve Wozniak, Barry Diller, the Rev. Jesse Jackson and more than 100 tech executives signed an open letter saying, "We stand against Donald Trump's divisive candidacy."
Raj Ganguly, B Capital Group, discusses the outlook for technology IPOs.
See what Henry Blodget, Business Insider founder and CEO, reacts to Line IPO, the biggest tech IPO since Alibaba in 2014.
Line made its debut on the New York Stock Exchange Thursday in the largest technology initial public offering of 2016.
Jim Cramer lays out various scenarios that could prompt a sell-off of stocks. He shares his game plan of how to play it.
Court documents revealed Amazon's complex methods of carving out competitive tax positions, Newsweek reported.
First we had FANG, then briefly had STUB, but which acronym will traders use to describe the recent rally in equities?
Tokyo-based chat app Line launched in 2011, following a catastrophic earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Now it's about to go public.
"We're not going to go from where we are today to fully autonomous vehicles tomorrow. There are different stages," says technology trend spotter Scott Kupor.
Hyperloop's co-founder Shervin Pishevar gained fame from Silicon Valley to Washington D.C., but it's all being threatened by a lawsuit.
The drop in Treasury yields has fueled stocks' move higher. Traders will watch to see whether Tuesday’s reversal continues.
A new court ruling raises the possibility that people can be prosecuted for sharing their online passwords, lawyers warn.
"I have my vices, but I try to save as much as possible," Golden State Warriors standout and savvy tech investor Andre Iguodala tells CNBC.
A survey of 1,000 Americans shows interesting mobile phone behavior while in the bathroom.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
After SunTrust analysts downgraded Twitter, sending shares down nearly 3 percent Monday, the stock is "a buzz kill", Jim Cramer said.