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Google has taken on a 60-year lease with NASA airfield to research robotics and space exploration.
Net neutrality will protect consumers and benefit the entire Internet economy, Free Press CEO Craig Aaron told CNBC.
Fresh off the largest-ever deployment of an iPad point-of-sale system, Revel Systems secures a new round of funding.
Facebook isn't cool, says teen William Davenport, but he and his friends still use it anyway. So don't worry about the cool factor!
Venture capitalists aren't the only ones interested in tech investment - celebrities are getting in on the act too.
IBM is offering start-ups some big money to build their business on its platform.
In response to President Obama's proposal on broadband regulations, Ted Cruz tweeted on Monday that net neutrality is like Obamacare for the Internet.
Cable stocks fell Monday after Obama asked the FCC to toughen Internet traffic rules, but Jim Cramer wouldn't recommend selling.
Apple's iTunes will face a new rival on Tuesday with the debut of GhostTunes, musician Garth Brooks' new digital music download store.
Apple's online store lists a lot of fitness-related products, but don't look for Fitbit.
Criminals are using hotel Wi-Fi networks to hack executives' computers to gain access to sensitive corporate information.
Japanese electronics conglomerate Epson is betting on wearable devices aimed squarely at health care, the group's president told CNBC.
Uber is talking with investors about raising at least $1 billion in new capital, the FT reports.
Apple pulls Fitbit activity tracker from Apple stores. CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera speaks to Tom's Guide editor-in-chief Mark Spoonauer.
Movember sponsor Harry's is looking to shave off a piece of the $6.1 billion men's grooming industry with low-priced blades and bathroom products sold online.
Analysts say Alibaba will break e-commerce records on Tuesday, China's annual Singles' Day shopping frenzy.
Some investors are taking aim at "acqui-hiries"—the trend of a big company buying a start-up for the sake of raiding its talent.
Microsoft doesn't talk much about how it picks games to publish under its label, but sat down with CNBC.com to go through the process.
Johnson & Johnson is partnering with Plug and Play's Internet of Things Accelerator, joining Bosch and State Farm in the start-up hunt.
The reality star and entrepreneur shows how the right celebrity partnership can catalyze a game's success, say tech experts.
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