CNBC's Jane Wells reports how behavior of police and people have changed since some cops have begun to use body cameras.
One entrepreneur says any mobile gamer has the chance to score major cash.
A preview of Oracle's quarterly results due out after the closing bell and a look at whether the tech giant is gaining traction in the cloud space.
Dane Anderson, Research Director at Forrester, says factors like a lack of clear leadership impede Asian firms from harnessing the positive impact from digital disruptions.
Walter Isaacson, president & CEO of The Aspen Institute, and author of "The Innovators," explains why he believes 2015 will be shaped by digital currencies including Apple Pay.
We make our games social so they're more fun to play, says Chris DeWolfe, SGN founder, discussing how their China gaming strategy could help their new game"Cookie Jam" overtake Candy Crush.
Walter Isaacson, president & CEO of The Aspen Institute, discusses what the collapse of oil prices is doing to Russia and how it threatens Vladimir Putin's leadership.
Apple and Google have released their annual ¿best of¿ lists for apps available in their online stores. The apps listed fall into a number of categories including mobile photography, health and fitness, social and education.
Apple announced on Tuesday that it has signed up more big banks, retail stores, and start-ups to adopt Apple Pay.
Investors are weighing concerns that cellphone service is more expensive to deliver and less lucrative for big telecom companies, according to the Wall Street Journal.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan sits down with Jonathan Heit to discuss the shift in game sales between Sony PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Over the last year, there's been a severe escalation in cyber attacks and 2015 will not be any different, with multiple devices being affected around the world, says Raj Samani, CTO for EMEA's McAfee.
Ben Lichtenstein, president and founder of Traders Audio, says a lower oil price is likely to make more companies invest in technology, which will boost stocks in the sector.
Anshul Gupta, Co-Founder of TabSquare, introduces the Singapore-based tablet ordering and payment company's latest app "SkipQue."
Aliza Knox, MD of Online Sales for Asia Pacific at Twitter, says Ellen DeGeneres' selfie at the Oscars is the most retweeted tweet for 2014. She later highlights the growth engines for the firm in Asia.
Discussing the potential of an Uber IPO and competitor Lyft's "insane opportunity" to grab maketshare, with Nick Bilton, The New York Times.
According to Forbes Dr. Dre is the highest paid musician in 2014 due the sale of Beats to Apple. CNBC's Jon Fortt provides insight.
Henry Blodget, Business Insider editor-in-chief & CEO, and CNBC's Jon Fortt, discuss negative reviews for the new Netflix series, "Marco Polo."
eBay may be planning to cut thousands of jobs early next year as it prepares for its split from its PayPal unit.
Anthony Bay, Rdio CEO, discusses Rdio's "artist friendly" business model and explains how the company makes money and will add value in the long-term.
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The move to normalize relations with Cuba will strengthen the Castro "dictatorship," a former U.S. diplomat says.
The Florida Republican senator also says Congress won't support lifting the half-century embargo on Castro's Cuba.
Here's why the new BlackBerry, the Classic, "will further change how people think about BlackBerry," says CEO John Chen.