Samsung has won the most U.S. utility patents this year, according to a new report.
More big brands are eyeing Snapchat as a place to advertise and engage consumers.
High-flying FANG stocks — Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, and Google (now Alphabet) — may seem appealing, but experts are split.
Why one technician thinks shares of Facebook could soon soar into uncharted territory.
Virtual reality and robots could soon become more commonplace in U.S. homes in if recent predictions for 2016 play out.
Flipagram said Thursday that it's expanding the length of those stories to 60 seconds, the longest for a social mobile app.
As shopping moves from physical stores to mobile phones, retailers are turning to music to keep consumers engaged.
In Greece, high-tech start-ups are emerging with disruptive technologies for the global marketplace. Here's a look at some hot fledglings.
Facebook is looking at ways it can keep feeding news updates to its users when there is a slower mobile connection.
Take a look at some of Thursday's early movers: CVX, FB, YUM, NCLH, JCP & more
"We will fight to protect your rights and create a peaceful and safe environment for you," Mark Zuckerberg tells Muslims on Facebook.
The resort chain thinks the tool could create a more productive workplace.
Corporate insiders have been selling their shares at near-record levels. Could this be a sign for outside investors to start selling as well?
Facebook has revealed Club Med as its latest partner on Facebook at Work, a service due to become widely available in 2016.
In Jim Cramer's experience, Wednesday's sell-off can only be explained as a preparation for a rate hike.
Small businesses are really using Facebook their destination website for customers, explains Carolyn Everson, Facebook VP of marketing, in discussing consumer trends on mobile and the Internet.
The CNBC All-America Economic Survey asked the public what one stock they would gift to a loved one or a friend this holiday season.
Netflix and Amazon have the hottest TV shows of the year and are also the best performing U.S. stocks of 2015.
Just two CEOs of companies in the S&P 500 hold shares in their companies worth more than Zuckerberg's stake in Facebook.
Value stocks are poised to outperform growth names as interest rates rise slowly but steadily next year, analysts tell CNBC.