Jan 29- Viacom Inc is jumping on the direct-to-consumer bandwagon with plans to introduce an online video streaming product for its children's cable network Nickelodeon, the company's chief executive said on Thursday. Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman did not offer much detail including pricing about the subscription offering, but said more information will be...» Read More
CNBC's Jon Fortt, and Re/Code's Walt Mossberg, take look at the hottest gadgets coming out of CES in Las Vegas.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin looks at who is making noise so far at the International Consumers Electronics Show, including reports of a potential deal between Verizon and AOL; Sony's CEO breaks his silence on hack attack, and the Dish Network announces its new Sling TV.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau speaks to Mark Fields, Ford Motor Company CEO, about the vision for the future of driving and fully autonomous vehicles.
Even your dog will be happy with all the cool new gadgets that were on display at Pepcom in Las Vegas to kick off CES.
South Korea's top tech-heavyweights, LG Electronics and Samsung, are going after PC gamers' hearts with new super-wide curved monitors.
Discussing the outlook for Apple Pay and short interest in Apple stock, with Tavis McCourt, Raymond James.
Forbes named free online HR software Zenefits the hottest startup of the year. Its founder and CEO Parker Conrad, discusses the opportunity with small businesses.
SEOUL, Dec 26- Global smartphone leader Samsung Electronics Co Ltd is planning a new product launch next year based on its own Tizen operating system, the South Korean giant's strategic push to free itself from Android and blaze its own software path. While that may impress designers of smart homes, Samsung's failure to release a handset based on its own...
Lou Basenese of Disruptive Tech Research, discusses why he likes wireless charging company Energous Corp., and the "Closing Bell" panel discusses the outlook for large cap tech companies in the New Year.
It's the season for sharing and in this economy that may mean sharing a designer dress or opening your home up to guests. Sharon Epperson takes a look at the emerging sharing economy.
Vetigel is a plant-based get that stops internal and external bleeding in seconds. Suneris CEO and co-founder Joe Landolina provides perspective on the innovation.
Google's first self-driving car is ready to be tested on the road, reports CNBC's Jon Fortt.
Discussing the fall of oil, and the state of Russia's economy, with Jim O'Neill, Fmr. Goldman Sachs Asset Management Chairman.
Insight to a potential $100 trillion problem by 2050, with Jim O'Neill, Fmr. Goldman Sachs Asset Management Chairman.
Dec 18- U.S. industrial conglomerate General Electric Co plans to release its first feature film through video streaming devices like Roku and Apple TV in a marketing effort that raises the bar for sponsored content. In addition, GE will launch other videos to complement the film, such as interviews with Nas and a segment with former Grateful Dead drummer Mickey...
Simon Dunlop, Founder at Bookmate, says it wants to combine social and mobile to introduce a different reading experience and explains why the Moscow-based e-reading platform is entering the Singapore market.
*Dow Chemical to supply quantum dot material to LG. SEOUL, Dec 16- South Korea's LG Electronics Inc will launch a new range of high-tech TVs in early 2015, beefing up its line-up while it strives to cut costs that make its prized light-emitting diode sets too expensive for most consumers. A spokesman for the world's No. 2 TV maker after domestic rival Samsung...
PARIS, Dec 15- Volvo Car Corp said it will start selling vehicles online as it rolls out new models to compete with German luxury rivals such as BMW. "The plan is to have all our car lines in all our markets offered digitally," Volvo sales chief Alain Visser said in an interview. But Volvo has assured its 2,000 global dealerships, half of which are in Europe, that it has no...
Some disruptors aren't just shaking up their larger competitor, they're also drawing criticism from consumers, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
LONDON, Dec 10- Drugmakers are finally getting more bang for their scientific buck, with the rate of return on pharmaceutical research and development increasing for the first time since 2010.. So far this year the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, which acts as gatekeeper to the world's biggest market, has approved 35 new products, up from 27 in the whole of 2013...