CNBC's Josh Lipton makes his top predictions for the technology industry in the coming year, including one prediction Yahoo gets sold.
Discussing the quality of advances in battery technology, with Re/code Co-Founder and Editor-at-Large Walt Mossberg.
British start-up Little Riot created a pillow that can help bring a couple closer together.
NVIDIA's virtual reality software and hardware plunges viewers into a 3D environment, giving them 360 degree view at every step. CNBC's Akiko Fujita reports.
Dan Primack, Fortune senior editor, shares his thoughts on possible obstacles ahead for the pending megamerger between the two chemical giants.
Silicon Valley topped the list of the best performing cities of 2015, according to Milken Institute Chief Research Officer Ross DeVol.
Athelas CEO Tanay Tandon has developed a blood-testing kit for smartphones that can get results without sending samples off to a lab.
The UC Berkeley Robotics lab bot Darwin tries to teach himself to walk using a neural network designed to mimic the human brain.
Roughly two-thirds of the top 50 innovative companies are not squarely in technology, according to a ranking by The Boston Consulting Group.
Yossi Vardi, tech investor and chairman of Unbound Digital, says companies are finally realizing where innovation is coming from and must develop technology both in-house and through outsourcing.
Matt Ridley, "The Evolution of Everything" author talks with CNBC's Rick Santelli about the "wonderful things" going on in the world without self-organizing.
Sharing emotions in a structured way via social media is on the cutting edge of online psychotherapy research, including emojis.
Building and coding is as cool if not cooler than growing up to be a princess or pop star, says Debbie Sterling, GoldieBlox founder & CEO, talking about her goal to tackle toy stereotypes for girls.
A California-based company is building a user interface completely controlled by the eye. That could be key to first responders.
Bill Rancic, "The Apprentice" winner and celebrity entrepreneur, discusses the final three contenders in “Quickbooks' Small Business Big Game” contest.
Steve Aoki, DJ and entrepreneur, discusses the convergence between tech talent and music innovation.
Troy Carter, Atom Company CEO & founder, discusses where he is seeing opportunities in startups.
Insight to the beard business, with Harry's co-CEOs Andy Katz-Mayfield and Jeff Raider; and Robert Safian, Fast Company Editor.
Speaking to CNBC at the Citi Mobile Challenge Asia Pacific, Heather Cox, CEO of Citi FinTech, says they are on the lookout for innovative banking solutions.
Robert Mulroy, Merrimack CEO, discusses the risk factors and time element it takes to create innovative drugs as R&D costs rise and pharma consolidation continues.