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Like "disruptive" technology? Well, the new "Send Me to Heaven" game app is so disruptive it may break your smartphone. The main objective is hurling your phone into the air.
Sergey Brin, the billionaire founder of Google, has emerged as a bankroller of a project that has been dubbed the future of meat – laboratory-grown beef, the FT reports.
Bezos will buy The Washington Post Co.'s newspaper publishing business for $250 million as an individual, not through Amazon.
CNBC's Carl Quintanilla gathered a group of Torrington High School students to talk about the rape case that shocked the town.
Obama's veto of a ban on the import of older iPhone and iPad models is likely to change the way tech companies do battle over patent infringement. Here's why.
A large trader is looking for more gains in GameStop despite a downgrade by Credit Suisse.
President Obama's move to overturn an import ban risks undermining the US's aggressive push for stricter intellectual property regimes around the world.The FT reports.
President Obama has overturned a looming US import ban against some older models of the iPhone and iPad.
Investors watched Facebook shares swoon after its IPO. The stock has clawed its way back after big gains in mobile ad revenue, but is it a good buy?
Motorola's Moto X is all about the tech giant redefining over the "true Android experience," and hopefully, making some money too, experts say.
LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner tells CNBC that the key for social media companies looking to create revenue from mobile is the use of sponsored posts, which is a new initiative for his company.
Dell's special committee has reached an agreement with the buyout group led by CEO Michael Dell to purchase the company for $13.75 per share.
Apple deserves a five-year ban from entering anti-competitive e-book distribution contracts, federal and state regulators said on Friday.
It was once possible to keep public figures' outrageous behavior a secret, but those days are long gone. Read ahead to see the 10 greatest scandals ever tweeted.
With a burgeoning middle class and fast-rising smartphone sales, southeast Asia has become the front line in a battle for mobile phone users, threatening the western heavyweights.
As the Friday deadline approaches, Michael Dell and the Dell board remain in talks and there is progress on the buyout of the computer maker, sources say.
LinkedIn beat on earnings for a 9th straight quarter, helped by member growth. Its outlook, however, fell short. Shares rose after-hours.
Google's new Android smartphone, revealed on Thursday, is the first tangible fruits of the company's controversial acquisition of Motorola.
Google is facing both long odds and a lot of questions about what its intentions in the smartphone market really are with its Moto X phone.
With the rumor mills chugging out regular stories about Twitter's plans for an IPO, media analysts are debating whether recent problems regarding "trolling" - anonymous bullies on the Internet - could scupper any flotation plans.
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Though Alibaba is seeking a valuation of as much as $162.7 billion, one stock market pro thinks it could fetch up to $240 billion.
It's clear major retailers doubt Apple's entry into mobile payments, too, says PayPal exec Bill Ready.
Money manager Jeffery Gundlach thinks Apple has lost its luster, but investor Roger McNamee thinks it has more room to run.