Boston Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval benched for using Instagram during a game.
Jim Cramer rattles off his take to caller favorite stocks, including this one that is totally undervalued.
The virtual reality market is expected to surge in the coming years.
Mark Zuckerberg has donated $5 million to a college fund for undocumented immigrants.
Snapchat is well-known for its destructible style of messaging, but apparently the company's co-founders are taking this concept to the next level.
Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff is optimistic when it comes to Facebook and Twitter.
Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla Chan donated $5 million to a scholarship fund dedicated to helping undocumented immigrants attend college.
A Wall Street analyst makes a compelling case that Facebook shares could surge on the monetization ofWhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger.
CNBC offers a list of things to know before you put your money into the videogame category.
Sandy Kurtzig is a Silicon Valley legend, who happens to be a female founder. At 68, she's quietly moving on from the CEO role at Kenandy.
So-called ethical hackers hack companies to help them fix flaws, but not all firms are thrilled by the idea.
China may be minting millionaires at a rapid pace, but it boasts just two representatives in a world's ranking of 25 wealthiest self-made individuals.
Some $70 million in research by Coatue Management this year has so far yielded three themes for investing in technology.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin sits down with Brendan Iribe, Oculus CEO, for an exclusive interview to discuss competition and the future of gaming.
Making a broader push to provide personalized news content, Apple is searching for journalists to run its Apple News service.
Europe has produced 13 "unicorns" – start-ups with $1 billion valuations – in the past 12 months, but there is one sad fact you should read.
Stock buybacks have been great to investors, but there comes a time to focus on companies spending money on R&D, and that time is now.
A Republican lawmaker accidentally cast his party's first vote for the California budget in years because he was distracted by Facebook.
Facebook has launched a standalone photo app called moments that uses artificial intelligence to recognize the faces of people in a picture.
Facebook aims to fix the hassle of photo collection with Moments, a new app that synchronizes your photos with your friends' in a shared album. NBC News reports.