China's quality watchdog said Samsung Electronics local unit will recall 1,858 units of its Galaxy Note 7 phones.
Adblock Plus is launching a new service that...uh, puts more ads on your screen.
Virtual reality (VR) players are expected to steal the show when one of the world's top gaming conventions kicks off on Thursday.
Facebook and Twitter have joined a network to tackle fake news and improve the quality of information on social media, the group said on Tuesday.
Now, to enhance the bonds between video-makers and the fans who love 'em, YouTube has announced a clutch of new social networking features.
RBC Capital and Evercore ISI raise their price targets on Amazon to $1,000 or more.
Who's ready for a little Friday morning quarterbacking?
The start-up scene is booming in France, a deputy minister said, as the country pushes to attract more entrepreneurs from across Europe.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has dispelled fears that the company's AirPods will fall out, saying that even when he dances, they stay in place.
Apple's iPhone 7 gets high marks on its camera, speed and water resistance — not so much its headphone-jack-free design.
Alibaba's Joseph Tsai says his company will not buy the remaining piece of Yahoo.
Pandora is making progress in developing an on-demand service, but the company's biggest challenge is going global.
Alibaba's Joseph Tsai said he respects short-seller Jim Chanos because he has endured "pain" shorting the Chinese e-commerce giant's stock.
Digital advertising will surpass TV ad spend for the first time by the end of this year. Google and Facebook stand to benefit.
Macquarie downgrades Netflix to underperform from neutral. Here's why.
U.S. wireless carriers Sprint and T- Mobile US said on Tuesday they received strong pre-orders for Apple's iPhone 7.
The software is available on Tuesday as a free update, Recode reports.
Downloading Apple's latest mobile operating system briefly forced some phones into recovery mode Tuesday.
Samsung Electronics shares recovered some ground on Tuesday after more than $14 billion was wiped off the value of the company's stock.
Samsung is recalling its Galaxy Note but it's not the only company to take those steps. CNBC runs through some of the biggest tech recalls ever.
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