CNBC's Julia Boorstin and PCMag.com's Max Eddy discuss what lessons game developers can learn from the "Flappy Bird" incident.
Valley Girl CEO Jesse Draper talks about some of the trendiest high-tech fashion accessories we might see hit the runway this year.
We discuss Amazon's purchase of Double Helix and what the move might signal.
Cisco says mobile data traffic will top 190 exabytes worldwide by 2018, an 11-fold increase from 2013's traffic, and it's a ton of data. NBC reports.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin and Mark Spoonauer, editor-in-chief of LaptopMag.com, discuss what Facebook's new iOS app means for the social network.
Nintendo's new 10-year strategy includes an unexpected focus on nonwearable health monitors.
CNBC's Josh Lipton, Engadget Managing Editor Dana Wollman and CNET Senior Editor Dan Ackerman discuss Satya Nadella as Microsoft's new CEO and Bill Gates' new role at the firm he founded.
The CEO of Avegant says its integrated audio and video headgear connects via a single cord to your smartphone or video game device.
Samsung could reveal its latest smartphone – the Galaxy S5 – sooner than expected, after the company sent out teasing invitations.
Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman made quite a bit more than her token base pay of a dollar last year, according to Re/code.
Alex Gauna of JMP Securities expects Apple to take the iWatch mainstream and expects it to reach the public by Fall, 2014.
Monisha Perkash, CEO of Lumo Body Tech, discusses the Lumo Lift, a tiny clip-on device that is aimed towards improving body posture.
Samsung is fighting Apple's bid for a permanent sales ban on some Samsung smartphones, which Apple claims infringe on its patents.
Microsoft will name Satya Nadella as its CEO, according to Bloomberg, following the tech giant's several-month long search for a new leader.
Lenovo buys Motorola's handset division, boosting its smartphone presence around the world.
Tech Yeah focuses on the Pebble Steel smartwatch. Is this the smartwatch that makes it to the mainstream?
CNBC's Julia Boorstin and CNET Editor-in-Chief Lindsey Turrentine discuss how mobile games could help out Nintendo's consoles.
Activist investor Carl Icahn bought more Apple shares Tuesday, as the stock plunged after an iPhone sales number that disappointed Wall Street.
CNBC's Josh Lipton and Mashable Technology Editor Pete Pachal discuss what patent agreements between Samsung and Google could mean for Apple.
David Gibson, Senior Analyst and Regional Head of Software & Services at Macquarie Research Japan, says Nintendo is unlikely to scrap its consoles and instead will focus on opening up its own platform for developers.
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