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In anticipation for the 2015 smartwatch launch, Apple wants to hire a tech evangelist to function as a liaison between the company and app developers.
Google, the world's largest Internet company by market value, is in the early days of its next big bet: education.
Ahead of Apple's iPhone 6 launch, developers scramble to see that their apps will work on iOS8, which is expected to launch with the new smartphone.
Sharon Standifird created the "Ignore No More" app to give parents the ability lock their childrens' phones with only the option to call them back or dial 911.
Although just released, Google's Android Wear system for smart watches already has a bug with downloading paid-for applications.
Lloyd Price, CEO of Zesty, explains that the app lets users find and book doctor appointments in seconds and provides them with a host of information from reviews to prices and location.
Investors will be looking for answers to what Google plans to do with its moonshot endeavors at the developer conference on Wednesday.
Or Arbel, co-founder and CEO of Yo, discusse the future for the app and reassures that the hacking issue has been solved.
Mac Anabtawi and Sari Anabtawi, co-founders of Snupps, explain how their app is a social tool allowing users to curate and share their belongings.
Lucas von Cranach, founder and CEO of Onefootball, discusses how his app became the most used soccer app in the world and how it plans to expand for and beyond the Brazil World Cup.
Microsoft is following through on a promise to update its Windows 8 operating system on a regular basis to respond to consumers' feedback.
It may have taken years to get to Apple's App Store, but Microsoft's new Office apps look to be having a fine debut.
One of the big holdups for Office for iPad was was Apple's policy that apps that sell things hand over 30 percent of that revenue to Apple.
Jenny Abramson, LiveSafe president & CEO, discusses how her software company allows smartphone users to alert police in real time. And Abramson explains why she thinks IAC's Barry Diller is the ultimate disruptor.
Jon Brod, Confide co-founder & CEO, explains how his new app allows professionals to send and receive secure text messages that disappear after you read them.
Ed Hardy, co-founder at Edge, discusses his app that aims to provide skiers with live data on their performance on the slopes and on the resorts they're in.
There's a lot of disruption on the way for enterprise technology. Here are predictions for 2014 from the founder and CEO of Icreon Tech.
Guy Wolcott, Homesnap CEO, explains how his company's mobile app makes searching for a new home easier.
Kevin Landis,Firsthand Capital Management, shares this thoughts about what Twitter is worth and reveals his top social media stock picks.
CNBC's Jon Fortt takes a look at the most drastic change to Apple's mobile operating system since the iPhone's launch six years ago.