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A second-hand exchange store in the U.K. has started dishing out virtual currency bitcoin to customers in return for old videogames.
Motorola launched a £89 ($150) smartphone on Tuesday, in a plan to exploit the explosive potential of the low-price device market.
United is rolling out an in-flight entertainment system that fliers can access on their own personal electronic devices.
David Krantz, YP CEO, explains how company is transforming itself for the mobile age.
AT&T is in active talks to buy satellite-TV provider DirecTV and may complete a deal in the next few weeks, according to media reports.
The whole thing weighs less than a pound and can fly as far as 1.2 miles away from the person operating it.
Revenue growth at IBM has been stubbornly elusive, and new technologies like cloud computing have risen to threaten its hardware and software units.
Brian Rolapp, NFL Media executive vice president, discusses the business of the NFL draft.
Comcast is giving two Asian mobile firms access to its WiFi hot spots in the US, illustrating its ambitions to compete with US wireless carriers.
Teeth have been gnashed over the price of real estate in the Bay Area, but the high-end real estate market is actually showing mixed signals.
Buzzfeed's Jon Steinberg will be stepping down as president and COO, the company said Monday.
SpotOn Parking aims to be a San Francisco salvation for drivers circling the block.
BlackBerry launched a low-cost touchscreen device in Jakarta to revive sales in emerging markets where its once-fervent following has shriveled.
NFC Communication may take consumers a step closer to shopping in a digital world but with so many security concerns, will it become a reality?
You'd never guess who's getting rich on YouTube. Would you believe elementary girls that play with food, video gamers and toy collectors.
CNBC met up with the executive producers and stars of HBO's new show Silicon Valley to find out what real-world tech they actually use.
Atul Goyal, senior analyst at Jefferies, says Sharp is facing intensifying competition, warning that the group will need to raise "a lot of equity" in the coming year.
A U.S. appeals court on Friday ruled that Oracle is entitled to copyright protection over certain parts of the Java programming language in a high profile lawsuit against Google.
There's recruiting tools and then there's Apple's $3.2 billion reported deal for Beats International—the headphone company founded by rapper Dr. Dre.
Max Wolff, Citizen V.C. chief economist; Yukari Kane, author of "Haunted Empire: Apple After Steve Jobs"; and David Nelson, Belpointe Asset Management.
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BlackBerry reported disappointing hardware sales, but CEO John Chen said the prospects for the BES12 software business are good.
Citigroup thinks Instagram is now worth about 49 times what Facebook paid for it two years ago, raising the value of the combined company.
The move to normalize relations with Cuba will strengthen the Castro "dictatorship," a former U.S. diplomat says.