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Google sees an internal leadership shift as senior vice president of the Knowledge division retires, TechCrunch reports.
Alibaba is testing drones to deliver ginger tea ordered from its Taobao e-commerce website, in an effort to compete with U.S. rival Amazon.
Indian smartphone maker Micromax has taken Samsung's crown as the top vendor in India, just months after it suffered a similar blow in China.
Before you break the bank on buying an Apple Watch, this company will let you test drive it.
Sony said its net loss for 2014 was likely to be less as cost cuts and higher-than-expected sales helped lift its Q3 profit.
Joe Horowitz has been in venture capital for three decades, so he knows how to spot a bubble. Too many billion-dollar start-ups is a big sign.
Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce, giant is partnering with LendingClub to help small U.S. businesses secure credit.
Apple Pay has added another 15 banks and credit unions to its existing spectrum of 45 institutions, bringing the count to 60.
Stratasys plunged more than 33 percent Tuesday after the 3-D printer manufacturer cut its fiscal 2014 and projected 2015 guidance.
Taxi app Uber has opened a U.S. research center to explore driving technology – a move that could eventually mean driverless cars.
Twitter is now bringing "Promoted Tweets" to other feeds, including Flipboard and Yahoo.
Tablet shipments fell at the end of last year for the first time since the market's inception, with Amazon devices plummeting nearly 70 percent.
FCC Internet speed rules are expected Thursday. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the details.
Apple announced one of its largest investments ever—a $2 billion global command center in Mesa, Arizona.
AT&T is selling some data centers worth about $2 billion as it continues its streak of asset sales, people familiar with the matter said on Monday.
Columbus Nova is expanding its footprint in video games. The investment firm has purchased Sony Online Entertainment.
The biggest surprise from tech stocks hasn't been positive, but reduced 2015 estimates. Investors shouldn't fold, but should be concerned.
This was the most social Super Bowl ever. That's despite the fact that just half of ads featured hastags—down from about 57 percent last year.
The market has set contrasting 'allowances' for two of tech's biggest kids, Zuckerberg and Mayer. Why? It's all about trust.
Pebble said it has sold over than 1 million smartwatches, a sign that price cuts and new features have boosted consumer demand.
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