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Yahoo executives considered buying cable network Scripps Networks Interactive, but a deal seems unlikely anytime soon, according to Business Insider.
Consumers became acquainted with artificial intelligence with Apple's Siri. What type of devices will consumers be commanding in 2015?
Twitter wants to keep its users up to speed on tweets they've missed while they stepped away from their computer. Jon Steinberg, Daily Mail North America, and the "Squawk Alley" crew, discuss the new service it is offering.
Google faces a tough time as it continues to adapt its model to mobile technology, a hedge fund manager says.
CEO Ginni Rometty has said that the company must reinvent itself, but will investors wait around to see if this transformation actually works?
South Korea's top tech-heavyweights, LG Electronics and Samsung, are going after PC gamers' hearts with new super-wide curved monitors.
A campaign waged by casino owners has stalled efforts to allow more widespread wagering on laptops and smartphones across the U.S. The Financial Times reports.
Sony announced that it has reached agreements with cable, satellite, and telecom providers to distribute "The Interview" on (VOD).
Discussing what's behind surging valuations in 2014 and if the trend will continue into next year, with Sean Cantwell, Volition Capital.
Tesla is developing a charger that automatically connects to electric cars "like a solid metal snake," chief executive Elon Musk tweeted.
Tech companies spent 2014 reinventing themselves with major splits and divestitures. Look who might follow suit in 2015.
Apple has been granted a patent for a pen-like device that would allow users to write on a surface and see their notes on a digital device.
Ironfire Capital founder Eric Jackson, provides his top tech predictions for 2015, and discusses if Google can make the jump to mobile next year.
Re/code's Walt Mossberg, discusses the rough year for tablets and where Apple's next big boost in tablets will come from.
Re/code's Walt Mossberg, reviews "Hotel my Phone," a peer-to-peer phone sharing application, that allows users to message & call with your number from a friend's app.
As 2014 comes to a close, full-year Apple iPad sales are expected to decline for the first time in the tablet's five-year history.
Bitcoin saw a major price slide in 2014, but some experts say the cryptocurrency will see new legitimacy and stability in the coming year.
It hasn't been as auspicious a year for Google Glass than the online giant would have liked.
Forget smartwatches and the Google Glass -- 2015 may be the year of the ear for wearable technology.
Codenamed Spartan, the new browser will look and feel more like rivals Chrome and Firefox and will support extensions, ZDNet reported Monday.
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