YouTube generates users, but what about revenue? CNBC's John Carney and Cindy Perman discuss.
Google's YouTube said the number of unique users visiting the video-sharing website every month has reached 1 billion.
Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google, says his biggest regret was that he was too late to the social media revolution.
Eric Schmidt said he regrets coming to the social media revolution late during his ten years as Google's CEO.
BlackBerry shares have performed well this year, rising 26 percent. One analyst thinks there's plenty more room for the stock to run.
Yahoo is in talks to acquire a controlling stake in Dailymotion, one of the world's most popular online video websites.
Entrepreneur Nirav Tolia wants to leverage the power of technology to build happier, safer neighborhoods with his latest startup, Nextdoor.
Take a look at some of Tuesday's midday movers:
It's your turn to put on your analyst cap and vote in our "Squawk Box Money Madness" on which stock will perform the best from the start of the second quarter to the end of the year.
And I'm caught one more time Up on Cyprus Avenue -Van Morrison, "Cyprus Avenue"
Adobe is doing what looked impossible just a couple of years ago. It's successfully moving its biggest business to a subscription model, and investors like the change.
The music industry at the center for the battle for consumers—Twitter, Apple, and Google's YouTube all are reportedly working on streaming music services, joining the likes of Pandora and even Microsoft.
Smaller entrepreneurial companies are faster to innovate than big companies, said one portfolio manager. Here are his picks.
A possible move by Google to launch its own note-taking application would challenge the popular Evernote.
Will Apple's new ad campaign prove effective in the smartphone wars? Israel Ganot, Gazelle co-founder and CEO, weighs in.
Which stock will perform better from the start of the start quarter until the end of the year? Vote on our "Squawk Box" Facebook page in our "Money Madness" stock tournament
Samsung launched its latest salvo against Apple in the war for global smartphone dominance. What does it mean for Apple?
Women make less but live longer, which makes saving for retirement more difficult. Personal finance sites are seizing the opportunity.
Wouldn't it be great to be immortal? One Russian tycoon thinks it's possible—and he's looking for investors.
Samsung unveiled the new Galaxy S4 in New York City last night, with CNBC's Jon Fortt and Molly Wood, CNET.