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Tesla is the only major player in the race to autonomous cars that has no patents in recent years related to self-driving. Why?
Customers in five states, but not New York, will be able to trade bitcoin and ethereum through the app starting in February, Robinhood said.
The biggest public companies are seeking partnerships with some of Silicon Valley's most contentious and highly valued start-ups.
The search is under way for the next group of innovative private companies forcing the public giants to rethink the way they do business.
CNBC reveals the 2017 Disruptor 50 list, identifying start-ups ahead of big consumer and business shifts and already worth billions.
Erich Spangenberg made $150 million suing technology firms over software IP. Now the former troll wants to be the patent system's savior.
Kairos Society launched a $25 million fund Thursday to back young entrepreneurs with big ideas to change the world and help society.
To fast-forward development of breakthrough defense technology Lockheed Martin is investing in start-ups through its Lockheed Martin Ventures fund.
Tech start-ups catering to people who want to disconnect from smartphones are making 'dumbphones,' which can command high prices.
Infostellar, a platform that enables antenna-sharing for satellites and spacecraft, is attracting venture capital investors.
MongoDB will be the latest New York technology company to go public.
Power sector start-ups like Drift want to upend traditional utilities by offering consumers and independent suppliers more off-grid choices.
China is racing full steam ahead to a robot-powered future in a push to remake its own economy and transform into the world's robot capital.
China's DJI has won the drone wars, at least when it comes to manufacturing them. And it's been rewarded with a $10 billion valuation.
As robots enter daily life and workplaces, some have been victims of abuse by people in the workplace.
The Sohn Investment Conference, presented by CNBC, gathers the world’s savviest investors to share money-making ideas. All proceeds go to charity.
A fixed-income strategy is key for investors who are retired or are approaching retirement. This special report details the range of tools and strategies used to manage a fixed income portfolio.
Unlock the keys to building a successful long-term financial plan: manage your money, grow your money, and protect it.
Samsung Electronics warned of a slowdown in the global smartphone market, predicting weakness in its display panel unit.
Wall Street is buzzing over Facebook's latest earnings results, which topped Wall Street's expectations despite recent uproar about the company's handling of user information.
"We did not read all of the terms and conditions," CTO Mike Schroepfer told U.K. lawmakers at a parliamentary committee hearing.