The growth and development of virtual reality will help bring people closer, Facebook's COO Sheryl Sandberg says.
Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook, talks about how technology and being connected to the internet is helping women around the world.
Cross-straits tensions between China and Taiwan are developing into an international drama, starring a 16-year-old Korean pop singer.
Your Uber account is catnip to hackers, and your credit card account information is falling in value on the deep Web.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is campaigning in Iowa, J.C. Penney is getting back into the home appliance business, and WhatsApp will soon be free, reports CNBC's Sharon Epperson.
China is trying to defend its currency and that's a big mistake, says trader Brian Kelly. Here's why.
U.S. stock futures were sharply higher this morning, after Chinese stocks gained 3.2 percent overnight, on data that showed China's economy grew in-line with expectations.
The mobile messaging service will no longer charge annual subscription fees.
At 2016's World Economic Forum meeting, over 2,500 leaders will attend to discuss this year's theme: "Mastering the Fourth industrial Revolution."
WhatsApp, owned by Facebook, will no longer charge subscription fees and plans to test tools to allow users to communicate directly with businesses.
Prosecutor Preet Bharara contended that big tech firms should budge on privacy concerns to help prevent terrorist attacks.
Using Kensho, a quant tool used by hedge funds, CNBC Pro analyzed the historical correlation between FANG stocks and the market.
The Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg donates 290 thousand shares of Facebook stock to charity.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg has donated 290,000 shares of Facebook stock to a myriad of different charities.
Snapchat wants to get serious about advertising — and it’s looking for some much needed help. Re/code reports.
U.S. stocks closed higher Thursday, stabilizing after a steep sell-off, helped by some recovery in oil prices and comments from Fed policymakers
We all fantasized about how we would spend the Powerball jackpot. Here's how "Fast Money" trader Jon Najarian would invest it.
Virtual reality industry will be be bigger than TV, according to Goldman Sachs.
Tech companies big and small are going after video-conferencing as businesses demand Skype-like ease but with security and service.
FANG giveth and FANG taketh away. Deirdre Bosa looks at how the FANG basket of stocks could be out of gas this year - and how that could affect the broader markets.