Pro-ISIS groups on social media behave in ways that can be used to anticipate attacks and learn more about "lone wolves."
Facebook's engagement is growing with more than 1.5 billion people accessing the site through mobile. Mark D'Arcy, Facebook Chief Creative Officer, discusses the opportunity for FB in mobile.
Senate Homeland Security Chairman Ron Johnson sent a letter to Facebook asking the social media site to turn over data on the Orlando shooter. Vanity Fair special correspondent Nick Bilton, questions why Silicon Valley doesn't want to help the government.
In July 2015, Reddit was in a crisis. Nearly one year on, the site is trying to put the controversy behind it and grow up.
With the smartphone market entering a new era, Peter Garnry, equity strategist at Saxo Bank, discusses his investment strategy when it comes to Apple, Samsung and other tech giants.
Apple has "misinterpreted the demand" in China and needs to lower the price of its iPhones to compete, an analyst told CNBC.
Russia and the U.S. may have raced to land the first person on the Moon, but the next challenges lie deeper in space, the head of the Russian space agency says.
The former head of Viacom has harsh words for the company's current management, but he doesn't believe the media company is beyond fixing.
Tom Freston, Former CEO of Viacom, discusses the leadership at Viacom and how the media company could fix itself, as well Viacom's unsuccessful bid for Facebook back in 2005.
Facebook Messenger created a hidden soccer game to commemorate the UEFA European soccer championship.
Citron Research's Andrew Left explained why he shorted Facebook on CNBC's "Halftime Report" Wednesday.
According to Schmidt, start-ups that manage to successfully "use the crowd to learn something" could be the new huge opportunity.
Andrew Left, Citron Research, is shorting Facebook; but tech investor Paul Meeks, doesn't agree with his call.
Steve Case, co-founder of AOL and Chairman and CEO of Revolution, discusses Facebook's expansion into video.
Gawker's Nick Denton says he's gotten a letter from Hulk Hogan's lawyer on behalf of a hair restoration expert concerning an article about Trump's do.
This Microsoft-LinkedIn deal means we are decidedly at the start of a new era in software, says venture capital investor Gordon Ritter.
Facebook could be all video in five years, its vice president for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, said.
The daily fantasy sports industry is moving faster than anyone can keep up with. A conference this week shed light on changes.
Leading European entrepreneurs, including the founders of Skype and Lastminute.com, have called for a "single startup market."
Here's why Morgan Stanley's Dennis Lynch thinks there are still opportunities in these growth names.