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Madonna was one of the most-hotly anticipated acts at this year's Brits. And she didn't disappoint.
Lego is determined to stay relevant to today’s tech-savvy children after its “fantastically successful” movie franchise, the CEO told CNBC.
The WEE network can reach 3-4 million subscribers in 3-5 years, chief strategy and financial officer George Barrios said.
Why Spotify isn’t nervous about competition from Apple.
Valve Software, creator of the industry's largest PC game digital distribution platform, will unveil new virtual reality hardware.
Hipster cafe capital London will soon have Annie the Owl, the UK’s first bar where people can sip cocktails while an owl perches on your shoulder.
Comcast, the largest U.S. cable operator, posted higher fourth-quarter revenue as it added new video and high-speed Internet customers.
The Oscars drew 36.6 million viewers on Sunday, a substantial drop from last year.
Steve Liesman sits down with Grateful Dead founding member Bob Weir ahead of the band's 50th anniversary reunion.
One-day passes for Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom in Orlando now cost more than $100.
Winter-weary Bostonian Kate Gonzo had a desperate plea for Netflix: please release "House of Cards" early!
The Oscars are facing a huge risk this year: It's the lowest-grossing group of Best Picture nominees since 2009.
The "Exploding Kittens" project raised $8.7 million and has become the most backed Kickstarter campaign ever.
Raj Malhotra was a former star trader on Wall Street. So who's his money on for the Oscars?
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at the correlation between Oscar winners and stock movements.
Variety's senior film reporter Brent Lang shares his predictions for Sunday's Oscar winners.
Mark Cuban dishes on some of his tech and media investments in an exclusive interview at the Code/Media conference.
"Oscar" nominee gift bags — stuffed with more than 80 gifts— are worth a record $167,000-plus each, this year, USA Today reports.
A Japanese toy company created an iPhone 6 case of the DeLorean car from "Back to the Future," according an article in Mashable.
Investors should wait for a better entry point to buy into Netflix, SunTrust analyst Robert Peck told CNBC.