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The future of Ello is unknown but it's already making a mark on social media behemoth Facebook.
Just how much are consumers worried about the safety of their personal information online? Insight, with CNBC's Steve Liesman.
The implosion of Apple supplier GT Advanced Technologies offers a dramatic illustration of how the iPhone maker can put the screws to suppliers.
Downloads for Apple's new iOS 8 software are down with only 47 percent of devices using it, and analysts point to its early operating issues and heavy memory use.
A new social media site called The Netropolitan Club costs $9,000 to join. It promises to never sell members' data or post ads.
Twitter sued the U.S. government on Tuesday, seeking the ability to release a full report on government surveillance requests.
To get dangerous recalled cars fixed, General Motors has been forced to go beyond the usual ominous-sounding recall letters.
The Supreme Court is hearing arguments in a suit filed by Amazon workers who claim they should be compensated for time spent in security screenings.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella just tweeted that the software giant will be holding a cloud event in San Francisco, Re/code reports.
Samsung’s latest business move isn’t as sexy as a new smartphone, but the company is betting it will be lucrative. Here's what it's doing.
Just when you thought the iPhone 6 saga couldn't possibly get worse, users are now saying the phone is causing them to lose hair, literally.
Companies must be increasingly watchful of security failings at their smaller-sized vendors, a point of particular focus for cyberattacks.
Hackers who breached JPMorgan's computer network also tried to infiltrate other financial institutions, the Wall Street Journal reported.
After all, the burn rate for Silicon Valley companies is not one size fits all, says venture capitalist Tim Draper.
Former Yahoo President Sue Decker says a merger with AOL would make little sense.
In a lesser-known corner of the online payments industry, called carrier billing, Boku announces that it's acquiring mopay.
Ralph Whitworth struck back at speculation that the company's plan to split its business in half was a defensive move spurred out of weakness.
Will the ongoing Spy vs. Spy war between San Francisco ride-sharing services Lyft and Uber ever end?
The votes are in and Chargerito, the world's smallest smart charger, has been crowned the latest Tech Crowd leader of the week.
Samsung Electronics forecast below-view third quarter earnings results on Tuesday, citing weakness in its mobile business.
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LinkedIn's disappointing guidance is tied to growing pains and won't prevent long-term growth, UBS' Eric Sheridan says.
The Avengers franchise is one of the few series that still get audiences to pay top dollar at the box office, Gitesh Pandya tells CNBC.
UBS' Steven Milunovich said he expects Apple Watch shipments to be weak ... for now.