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  • Google's secret TV project

    According to Dow Jones, Google is working on large scale television display technology, reports CNBC's Jon Fortt.

  • Movie biz 25 years from now...

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin takes a look at the way viewers will likely consumer content in the year 2039.

  • Shark Herjavec on Ebola & cyber threats

    Discussing fears of Ebola, the situation in Hong Kong and the best cybersecurity stocks, with Herjavec Group founder and Shark Tank host, Robert Herjavec.

  • Getting into the Shark Tank mode

    From pitching technique to conveying the right energy, Robret Herjavec, Daymond John and Kevin O'Leary explain how it takes more than just the right numbers to get a deal with a Shark.

  • Connecting ahead of the cloud

    Sandra Kurtzig, Kenandy chairman & CEO, discusses the future of connectivity and the likely big player in the space ten years from now.

  • Mossberg: T-Mobile's Wi-Fi opportunity

    Walter Mossberg, Re/code co-executive editor, reviews T-Mobile's "Wi-Fi Unleashed" for the iPhone 6. Mossberg explains how the service allows users to make calls over Wi-Fi.

  • Walter Mossberg, Re/code co-executive editor, discusses what spinning off PayPal means for eBay, and other competitors in the space. Mossberg says Apple cannot afford to execute Apple Pay poorly.

  • Tech products that makes for easy living

    This week's Tech Crowd puts head-to-head two Indiegogo projects using the Internet of Things to change the way you live.

  • iPhone 'bendgate': How tough is tough?

    Consumer Reports tested the strength of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Glenn Derene of Consumer Reports, explains the test and reveals the results.

  • 2014's Richest Americans

    Forbes Magazine is out with its 400 richest Americans of 2014. Luisa Kroll, Forbes senior wealth editor, discusses who's on the list.

  • The game of venture capital

    Are startups growing too quickly? Randy Komisar, KCPB venture investor, discusses risk and valuations of tech startups after investor Marc Andreessen warned they were burning through too much cash.

  • Marc Andreessen's warning to tech startups

    The "Squawk Alley" crew and investor Kevin O'Leary, discuss tweets made by investor Marc Andreessen on the risk startups are taking on and the cash they are burning through.

  • Apple's iPhone offense

    Investor Kevin O'Leary of "Shark Tank," and the "Squawk Alley" crew discuss Apple's efforts to disprove claims that the iPhone 6 is prone to bending.

  • Startup incubators in Silicon Prairie

    Chicago has become the tech hub of the Midwest and is attracting capital and startup ventures. J.B. Pritzker, Pritzker Group managing partner, provides insight into "Chilicon Valley."

  • Elegant disruptions in Silicon Valley: Quip CEO

    Brett Taylor, Quip founder and CEO, shares his thoughts on the future of innovation in the technology space.

  • No more files? Quip CEO

    We've gotten rid of the entire concept of a file, says Brett Taylor, Quip founder and CEO, discussing his new venture that allows users to collaborate on any device from tablets, smartphones and desktops.

  • Breathometer's next big bets

    Charles Michael Yim, Breathometer founder & CEO, discusses the next set of products his company is working on taking to market.

  • Turn your smartphone into personal breathalyzer

    Charles Michael Yim, Breathometer founder & CEO, demonstrates his breathometer.

  • Embrace's life-saving innovation: Saving babies

    Jane Chen, Embrace Innovations, discusses the company's mission to provide low-cost, affordable medical products for women and children in developing countries.

  • BlackBerry's square 'Passport'

    CNBC's Jon Fortt displays the new BlackBerry "Passport" phone. Fortt says BlackBerry is staking its future on security and software, not the phone.