Mouth strips only on sale in Manchester and online for now. LONDON, Jan 25- Imperial Tobacco Group, the world's third largest cigarette maker, is moving into caffeine as more people kick the deadly smoking habit, launching a melt-in-your-mouth strip designed to give an energy boost in seconds. For now it is only sold in the English city of Manchester and online.» Read More
Google has named its latest Android software KitKat after the popular chocolate bar, in a move seen as a "coup" for Nestle.
Bryan Ma, associate vice president at IDC Asia Pacific, discusses Samsung and Apple and the next possible wave of innovation as both groups are expected to launch new products shortly.
Ian Fogg, head of mobile analysis at IHS Electronics and Media, says the Microsoft deal with Nokia will give the U.S. giant the opportunity to innovate more quickly, but highlights the "enormous" challenges ahead for Nokia.
Shares in Telecom Italia rose 3 percent in early trade on Monday, amid renewed speculation it may join a sector merger wave as Verizon Communications and Vodafone were set to announce a $130 billion deal.
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Brent Handler, Inspirato founder & CEO, explains how his company is making exclusive vacation homes more accessible to a broader base of wealthy travelers.
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Some of Mark Zuckerberg's mutual fund backers delivered a tough message on compensation for the leaders of Facebook.
Nintendo hopes to revive its sluggish sales by cutting the price of its Wii U by $50. Reggie Fils-Aime, Nintendo America president and COO, joins to discuss what is behind the price cut.
Mark Spoonauer, Laptop Magazine, and Ina Fried, All Things Digital, discuss Samsung's launch of the Galaxy Gear smartwatch, and weigh in on the growing competition in wearable technology.
Jim McKelvey, Square co-founder, discusses his newest venture - an accelerator program that allows financial tech companies to grow.
Google's Android is by far the primary target for malware attacks, mostly because many users are still using older versions of the software, according to a study.
The newest additions to the English dictionary are likely to make language purists "vom," as "selfie" and "phablet", are among hundreds of new words that have been added to Oxford Dictionaries Online.
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Alan Martin, Campus Book Renals CEO, discusses how his company provides students a platform to rent their school textbooks and save money.
Amazon's unit that runs Web servers for other companies had problems Sunday that coincided with outages or slowdowns on several popular websites.
Spain's telecom giant Telefonica agreed to improved terms for KPN's German unit E-Plus in a deal that won support from the Dutch telecom group's biggest shareholder, América Móvil.