A U.S. judge has revisited a censorship lawsuit by pro-democracy activists against Baidu and China, even after China invoked its authority as a sovereign nation to block the case.
TiVo has settled patent disputes with Cisco, Google's Motorola Mobility and Time Warner Cable, averting a trial that was to begin next week.
Before regret and misunderstanding puts another dent in civility everywhere, know this: It's OK to let a senior citizen step in front of you when buying a ticket.
Samsung lost $12 billion in market value on Friday, hit by downgrades that have underscored concerns about slowing sales of its flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone.
Google did not ban its Google Glass at Thursday's shareholder meeting, according to a source, but a consumer watchdog group accused the tech giant of doing so and called its executives hypocrites.
A highly critical report by U.K. lawmakers has shone a light on deficiencies in the government's ability to spot national security risks after a deal struck between BT and Chinese mobile giant Huawei in 2005.
Start-up GreenCupboards wants to turn eco-friendly buzz words like "sustainable," "organic" and "fair trade" into a booming business.
Apple hiked prices in Japan, becoming the latest brand to foreign firms asking Japanese consumers to pay more as a weakening yen squeezes income.
The biggest piece of new information that Apple CEO Tim Cook dropped last night at the D11 conference was his latest big hire.
CareZone creates a super private cloud designed to help families easily share important information with loved ones and caretakers who need it.
A three-day weekend seems like an ideal time to take a break, but our ability to unplug and relax is under assault. We can barely get through three waking hours without working.
Hewlett-Packard's effort to reshape its business has begun to bear fruit, CEO Meg Whitman told CNBC.
Following a spate of high-profile security breaches, Twitter has introduced a two-step login and cleared the way for tougher security measures in the future.
When disaster strikes, communication can be a lifeline. That's made phone chargers a new addition to the emergency preparedness kit.
BlackBerry no longer owns the fast-paced, innovative smartphone world but the company, whose email-on-your-hip devices once revolutionized the industry, now aims to run it.
Americans are not fans of their cable TV service or their cell phone service. But they really hate their Internet service provider.
Apple's CEO is disputing assertions that the company evades billions of dollars in U.S. taxes by shifting profits to foreign affiliates.
What Yahoo gets out of the Tumblr buy, with CNBC's Jon Fortt; and Alyson Shontell, Business Insider and Larry Fishelson, Dynalink Communications, discuss how the market is reacting to the deal.
ZenoRadio takes advantage of a loophole in the Telecommunications Act of 1996 to provide a radio service to mostly immigrant customers.
The website of British newspaper the Financial Times was hacked on Friday, apparently by the "Syrian Electronic Army", a group of hackers.
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