Google said on Monday that new cars from Audi and Volvo will be powered by Android, giving users easier control of their cars.
Ransomware attacks like WannaCry can be avoided by keeping software and anti-virus programs up to date, authorities said.
The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal to reinstate North Carolina's voter ID law that a lower court said targeted African Americans "with almost surgical precision."
Deutsche Bank raises its rating on Starbucks shares to buy from hold, predicting improving sales growth.
Grant Cardone says successful people don't change their approach unless it doesn't work.
"We view this is as very complementary to our core business," Julia Steyn tells CNBC.
If Democrats win 24 House seats, they'll regain influence over the legislative agenda as well as a thorough investigation into Trump, NBC reports.
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Trying to stop an FBI investigation cost Nixon his presidency. It should cost Trump his too, says Vox's Dylan Matthews.
Bill Gates says his biggest regret when he left school was that he didn't know enough about "the world's worst inequities."
The MP3 is dead, according to its creators, who say that the digital audio encoding format has lost relevance in a world of new technology.
North Korea on Monday boasted of a successful weekend launch of a new type of "medium long-range" ballistic rocket that can carry a heavy nuclear warhead.
If President Donald Trump's policies don't succeed "the backlash could be significant," the Starwood Capital Group founder tells CNBC.
Buffett recommends buying index funds as a way to get steady returns, and avoiding having to pick stocks, he tells CNBC's "On the Money."
One of the people who has contributed to Facebook's machine learning technology has joined Snap, which has faced competition from Facebook.
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Ralph Acampora, also known as the godfather of technical analysis, says a pause in the rally is coming.