Led by the former president of Yale, Coursera's online education platform was used by more than 23 million people last year.
The music-streaming service has recently surpassed 50 million subscribers, making it bigger than rivals Apple Music, SoundCloud and Google.
These Silicon Valley founders — two of which helped launch Zipcar — aim to build city-scale networks of connected vehicles.
The WannaCry virus hasn’t just set off a global pandemic, it’s also pitted corporate tech giants against the U.S. government.
BEIJING _ Phoenix New Media Ltd. on Sunday reported a first-quarter loss of $4.7 million, after reporting a profit in the same period a year earlier. For the current quarter ending in July, Phoenix New Media said it expects revenue in the range of $52.5 million to $55.4 million. Keywords: Phoenix New Media, Earnings Report.
Ryan Kalember, Proofpoint, warns that there could be "a few more" waves of cyberattacks after the vulnerability in Microsoft software was highlighted.
Should you snap up Snap shares? Ross Levinsohn, former Yahoo interim CEO, weighs in on Snap's first quarterly earnings report released this week.
The CEO of one of Apple’s biggest semiconductor suppliers has insisted that smartphone technology comprises just one aspect of the business’s three-pronged efforts to boost revenues by $1 billion this year, in a bid to abate concerns that Apple could be about to begin a mass withdrawal from its partner network.
People tell things to Google that they may not tell anyone else, says Seth Stephens-Davidowitz, "Everybody Lies," author, talking about what big data reveals about people.
CNBC's Mike Santoli talks to Kevin O’Leary, O’Shares Investments and Stephanie Link, TIAA Investments about low first quarter Snap shares, which closed today down 21%.
At the Credit Suisse Internet Summit, ClassPass CEO Fritz Lanman discusses how his company has disrupted the fitness space and whether and IPO is on the horizon.
At the Credit Suisse Internet Summit, Bob Peck, Credit Suisse managing director, discusses the valuation for Snap following its first quarterly earnings report as a public company. "Fast Money" traders Guy Adami and Dan Nathan weigh in.
Laura Martin, Needham & Co. media analyst, weighs in on Snap's strategy and their first quarterly earnings call.
The market conditions helped Ctrip to drive prices higher and attain more volume growth, says Tian Hou, founder and CEO at T.H. Capital Research.
A Nevada teen dethroned Ellen Degeneres for "most retweets" in a quest to a year-long supply of Wendy's nuggets, Verge reports.
There's a growing frustration in Silicon Valley over which companies are doing the best work on AI, the social Capital founder says.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports virtual offices are on the rise and technology is opening the way for startups to create 5-star addresses, supply urban area codes, and even provide receptionists who answers phones and accept real mail or faxes.
Ali Mogharabi, Morningstar equity analyst, and Michael Graham, Canaccord Genuity senior equity analyst, talk about the pros and cons of buying Google and Amazon.
Michael Dell, the CEO and chairman of Dell Technologies, speaks with CNBC's Jon Fortt about a new financing model the tech company is offering customers.
China’s new economy plays aren’t just a bet on China; they’re also a bet on frontier markets’ growth, Mark Mobius told CNBC on Monday.