CNBC's Brian Sullivan and Mandy Drury discuss the ultra-secure smartphone Blackberry and Boeing have teamed up to create.
By now, anyone who's used social media long enough probably knows at least one person who has passed away, but whose profile page remains.
Derek Thompson, The Atlantic Senior Editor, discusses how big data is impacting the music industry in his new column called "The Shazam Effect."
Sony unveiled its online TV service offering live content and on-demand programs through PlayStation consoles on Thursday.
ZTE is building brand awareness in the US with new partnerships that add to its second-place edge in the growing prepaid market.
Google, the NSA and start-ups are in a race to build the quantum computer. Brad Templeton, Singularity University, explains what a quantum computer is, and the next hurdle to make the technology a reality.
XPRIZE awards millions of dollars to the most radical start-ups. Peter Diamandis, XPRIZE Foundation chairman & CEO, and the latest XPRIZE winner Eugene Chan, DNA Medicine Institute CEO, showcase the wining device.
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said at Code/Mobile that about 50 percent of views are coming from a mobile phone or tablet. Re/code reports.
"Kids are learning about money on a lot of different levels in Minecraft," says Joel Levin, co-founder of Manhattan-based TeacherGaming.
The San Francisco board of supervisors approved a bill to legalize Airbnb, moving the start-up closer to legitimacy in the city. Which region is next?
Beauty products startup Poshly raised $1.5 million in less than 10 days. Its CEO reveals why VCs found the firm's business plan appealing.
SAP CEO Bill McDermott, provides insight to the benefit of cloud growth and his company's tool for NFL draft day, and expresses confidence in his company's innovative strategy.
Rick Horrow, Horrow Sports Ventures president, shares his opinions on safety in sports, as well as enhancing the fan experience with technology to get fans "off the couch."
CNBC's Josh Lipton looks at how official Google Glass partner, CrowdOptic, uses the high tech eye wear to give sports fans a look inside the game.
CNBC's Josh Lipton looks at how pro sports teams are using data to help improve player performance.
Inside Panera Bread's new 2.0 strategy that cost $42 million to develop, with CNBC's Morgan Brennan.
Panera Bread is rolling out its new 2.0 strategy that enables customers to order directly from their smartphone. Stephen Anderson, Miller Tabak restaurant analyst, shares his view of how this might impact sales.
Aaron Kessler, Raymond James, has an outperform rating on Google's stock. Kessler thinks the company is really trying to tie its ecosystem together.
Amazon unveiled its first ever smartphone, the "Fire Phone." Sascha Segan, PCMag's lead mobile analyst, and Victor Anthony, Topeka Capital Markets, discuss the best qualities of the phone and their take on the benefit to the company.
Facebook looked like it was unveiling a Snapchat competitor until it removed its new photo- and video-sharing app from the iTunes store on Monday afternoon.
Growing the messaging service in some markets is difficult, but the company will create revenue for buyer Facebook, its co-founder said.
Mobile daily active users came in at 745 million on average for December 2014, up 34% year-over-year.
The company blew past even the most optimistic of Wall Street estimates for both revenue and earnings.
Activist investor Carl Icahn weighed in on Apple after the tech giant reported a monster quarter that easily beat Wall Street expectations.