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As Andy Murray and Serena Williams win Wimbledon, CNBC’s Phil Han finds out what role technology plays during the tournament.
These are some of the impressive numbers behind the Euro 2016 tournament.
Facebook has unveiled a platform to bring the internet to the remotest parts of the world – and it can fit inside a shoebox.
In the multi-billion dollar world of pets, a new animated film hopes to offer a glimpse into their lives. CNBC's Phil Han talks to actor Kevin Hart who stars in the film.
China, India, the Philippines and Indonesia have the highest "HummingBad" Android malware infection rates, according to researchers at Check Point.
The German Football Association teamed up with SAP to develop two new technologies that tapped into the potential of Big Data analytics.
Days ahead of a ruling by an international tribunal over disputes in the South China Sea, China has stepped up its rhetoric.
The next character to join the "Iron Man" franchise will be Riri Williams, a 15-year-old genius who built a red suit of armor in her dorm room at the MIT.
A billboard advising start-ups to move to Berlin has been spotted in London following the EU referendum.
3 astronauts launched from Kazakhstan on a 2 day journey to the international space station and the start of a 4 month mission
The chocolate industry grew 13 percent in the past five years, but it could see some supply-related headwinds ahead. CNBC's Uptin Saiidi reports.
Two of China's biggest household brands have teamed up to create what they call "the world's first mass-produced car on the internet."
Four companies swept the board in Institutional Investor's rankings of Asia excluding-Japan corporate leaders.
Contrary to popular belief, pasta consumption does not make you fat, according to Italian research.
Sir Richard Branson told Collective Hub that Roman Abramovich should be spending more on philanthropy and less on yachts and property.
Even in the nastiest divorce, it's a normal part of the healing process for both parties to examine their own failings.