Can one's private internet information really stay private? Seecrypt Chairman Harvey Boulter, offers insight on a privacy app that prevents cell phone eavesdropping.» Read More
Mark Lehmann, JMP Securities president, provides investment strategies that include a biotech company with a promising drug to fight a rare form of Leukemia.
Raul Moreno, IBillionaire co-founder, explains how his app can help people invest like Warren Buffett or Carl Icahn.
*Facebook's "Home" takes battle for ad revenue, user times to Google. MENLO PARK, Calif., April 4- Facebook Inc unveiled "Home" software on Thursday to place the world's social network front and center on Android smartphones, a move that may divert users from Google Inc services and steal some of its rival's momentum in the fast-growing mobile arena.
MENLO PARK, Calif., April 4- Facebook Inc unveiled "Home" software on Thursday to place the world's social network front and center on Android users' smartphones, a move that may divert users from Google Inc services and steal some of its rival's momentum in the fast-growing mobile arena. Shares in Facebook climbed 2 percent to $26.83 in the afternoon.
MENLO PARK, Calif., April 4- Facebook Inc unveiled "Home" software on Thursday that will intergrate the social network more completely with Android users' smartphones, a move that may divert users from Google Inc services and steal some of its rival's momentum in the fast-growing mobile arena.
On the back of strong 2012 profits, Mark Hawkins, Chief Financial Officer at Autodesk, tells CNBC how the firm is able to withstand economic weakness.
Zack Rinat, Model N founder, chairman & CEO, discusses his company's debut on the NYSE, with the "Squawk on the Street" news team.
Nicolas Beraudo, App Annie, reveals where to find the hottest next generation apps.
Josh Reich, Simple CEO and co-founder, explains how his company makes banking easier for customers.
Jay Bregman, CEO of Hailo, discusses how android users can hail a cab with the help of his company's app.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 13- Andy Rubin is stepping down as head of Google Inc's Android division after he helped turn the software into the world's most widely-used mobile operating system. Google's browser and applications chief Sundar Pichai will replace Rubin, bringing the firm's mobile software, applications and Chrome browser under one roof.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 13- Google Inc has appointed Sundar Pichai the chief of its Android division, replacing Andy Rubin as the overseer of a software platform that in just a few years has become the world's most-used mobile software. The move brings Google's mobile software, applications and Chrome browser under one umbrella.
Greg Schwartz, CEO of UpTo, explains how his company makes your calendar more social "by making it more useful;" allowing users to follow specific groups like friends, family, sport's team, co-workers, and more.
Sean Wycliffe, Co-Founder and CEO of Dealflicks, explains how his company helps movie theaters fill empty seats by offering consumers discounted prices on tickets and concessions.
There has been the distinction between physical and electronic works--books, songs, movies--since digital goods became widely available a decade ago, but it is now under attack, both in the courts and the marketplace, reports The New York Times.
Evan Spiegel, Snapchat CEO and co-founder, discusses his company's plans to monetize an app that allows users to send pictures that disappear in 10 seconds.
Calgary-based CMG, which supplies reservoir-simulation software to 525 firms in 55 countries, is betting that its specialization in unconventional reservoirs will help it win over some clients from industry behemoths such as Schlumberger Ltd, the top oilfield services provider.
Microsoft is so confident it has the best email service that it is about to spend at least $30 million to send its message across the U.S.
CNBC's Scott Wapner reports Apple's CEO sees "incredible opportunities" in emerging markets. And, Matthew Roberts, OpenTable CEO, weighs in on where he sees the future of mobile technology.
Steve Watts, President, Asia Pacific & Japan, SAP says technology in faster growing markets has advanced to smart, mobile devices. He expresses confidence in corporate spending in Asia.