Mobile ads will account for roughly half of Twitter's advertising revenue this year and will make up more than 60 percent of the company's ad revenue by 2015.
JC Penney is embracing a new sales tactic, and Google has selected 8,000 people to test its glasses, making them pay $1,500 and fly to New York, Los Angeles, or San Francisco to get their hands on them. CNBC's Cindy Perman and Bob Pisani discuss.
Mark Zuckerberg is reportedly putting his money where his mouth is and forming a political nonprofit to help spark U.S. immigration reform.
Jason Goldberg, Barclays, and Hans Mosesmann, Raymond James, make their cases for JPMorgan and Intel stocks.
In the final matchup of the "Squawk 16" opening round of our "Money Madness," JPMorgan faces Intel for the last spot in our "Elevated 8" second round. Vote now on our "Squawk Box" Facebook page.
Some traders are betting big that talk of a turnaround at Blackberry is over-hyped.
The "Fast Money Madness" Round of 16 kicks off with top-seeded Google and No. 4 Apple facing off.
Facebook shares are down 20 percent since hitting a six-month high in January partly on concerns Facebook ads have shifted from social to "spammy."
Vote on our "Squawk Box" Facebook page to send either Microsoft or Google through to the "Elevated 8" round of our "Money Madness."
The 17-year old founder of mobile news app Summly plans to finish school and start more companies, after Internet giant Yahoo purchased his product.
Although BrightSource Energy is planning to open its $2.2 billion electricity plant with partners NRG Energy and Google, CEO John Woolard is still scrambling for money to expand the company. USA Today reports.
March Madness has become a more digital experience, and several companies are trying to take advantage of the trend.
Interest in Dell is intensifying, and there are reports Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is exploring a new startup. CNBC's Julia Boorstin and Jon Fortt, discuss.
The FAA may announce by year's end relaxed rules, allowing use of tablets and reading devices during takeoff and landing, the New York Times reports.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open Monday:
India's IT outsourcers are promoting "mini CEOs" capable of running businesses on their own, while trimming down on the entry-level computer coders they normally hire.
How private is your PC or phone? Many options are available to anybody who wants to know what someone else is doing in the digital realm.
Blackberry is betting that its new Z10 smartphone will be a game changer for the company, but it's not likely that bet will pay off, one analyst said.
As central as the office is to our lives, the debate over the benefits of working in or out of one had a tendency to veer toward extremes.
Silicon Valley's rumor mill suggests that Google, too, has a smartwatch in the works.