Apple has applied for a trademark for "iWatch" in Japan, a patent official said on Monday.
High-profile start-up sales have drawn the attention of investors. Now some of the world’s largest companies want a piece of the action.
Designers are coming up with clothes, accessories and fitness apparel that can do everything from monitor your heart rate to charge your smartphone.
Volatility also has an upside; consumer sentiment a mixed bag; BlackBerry back to being a disaster.
Ouya sells out in its initial gaming console launch (and Google seems very interested); Square wants to be the next Amazon, eBay and Etsy; ridesharing company Uber drives over LA.
American exec Chip Starnes, who was held hostage in China by his employees over a pay dispute, has paid a ransom of up to $600,000 in cash for his freedom. CNBC's Jane Wells and Kayla Tausche discuss.
Google's share price could easily hit $1,000 per share, Carlos Kirjner of Sanford Bernstein says.
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Google is developing a videogame console and a wristwatch based on its Android operating system, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.
As Google moves into the video console space, David Gibson, Senior Analyst and Regional Head of Software & Services at Macquarie Research Japan, explains where profits are to be made in the gaming sector.
How to become a better venture capital investor is the topic of the 500 Startups conference in San Francisco.
Porn is kind of coming to Google Glass, again.
While stocks closed higher, the correction isn't over, Josh Brown of Fusion Analytics says.
Microsoft offered a peak at Windows 8.1, a free update that promises to address some common gripes including...yep, the return of the "start" button.
When Microsoft launched Bing, it was sort of a joke, but now it's getting a second chance to make a first impression: It is integrated into the desktop search in Windows 8.1.
Big data investor Joe Lonsdale, founder of Palantir Technologies, Addepar and Formation 8, says the Edward Snowden debate is one Silicon Valley engineers are eager to take part in.
U.S. regulators warned leading Internet firms to better identify paid ads in search results.
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The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Here's a fun game, try searching for "the xbox one is" in two different search engines and you're going to get two very different auto-suggest results.