There is no law that says Trump has to stop tweeting when he's president—nor should there be, says legal analyst Dan Eaton.
AT&T and Time Warner executives get a touch closer to getting the mega-deal approved as President-elect Trump seems to soften his stance.
Hackers target Google accounts on more than one million Android operating systems.
Larry Haverty, Gabelli Multimedia Trust, and Porter Bibb, Mediatech Capital Partners, discuss the changing media landscape as well as the fight for viewers and subscribers.
Live-steaming in China is the next big thing, says Allen Zhu, MD at GSR Ventures.
Millennials in China are sparking ideas that take social media and live streaming to new monetary heights.
Conor Yang, CFO at Chinese online travel platform Tuniu, talks about the company's quarterly earnings.
Live-streaming could grow into a $5 billion industry in China by 2017, according to Credit Suisse.
Some say announcing retirement from the service could be a way for a star to make a comeback.
The camera maker plans to reduce its jobs and close its entertainment unit as part of its efforts to turn the company around.
The entertainment company launches a new feature that lets users watch certain content offline at no extra cost.
The Bank of England confirms the banknote contains a substance which comes from animal fats, including rendered forms of beef or mutton.
Dexter Goei, Altice CEO, talks about their announcement and why they are unveiling "Generation GigaSpeed."
The food manufacture will discontinue advertising on the far-right news and commentary site that was formerly run by Steve Bannon.
UnitedHealth Group, Goldman Sachs, and Facebook stocks are making headlines this Wednesday morning on Wall Street.
Apple and Samsung may release smartphones with brand new designs. Here's what may be on the horizon.
Shaun Di Gregorio, CEO at Frontier Digital Ventures, talks about investing in the online classifieds space in frontier markets.
AT&T just made a move that is pretty much the nightmare scenario that internet advocates and pro-competition observers have been warning us about, says The Verge's T.C. Sottek.
The creators of the game launched the event on Black Friday.
Despite endorsing Clinton and enduring Trump's repeated criticisms, the NYT's paid subscriptions have soared since Election Day.