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Google just launched the new Night Sight feature for its Pixel smartphones and it works almost unbelievably well.
Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins has been speaking out to employees about the importance of mental health. He sent a company-wide email in June after the suicides of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain and another in October during Mental Illness Awareness Week.
CNBC tested the 2019 Mustang Bullitt, which was introduced to commemorate the 50-year anniversary of the classic Steve McQueen movie. It's guaranteed to turn heads, and is well worth the $50,000 asking price.
Hosting NBC's "Saturday Night Live," Carell playing Bezos pokes fun at President Trump and Amazon's plan to split its new headquarters.
Roughly 30 percent of men said they plan to spend more than $750 this holiday season, while only about 25 percent of women said the same, according to a new study by JLL.
A CNBC investigation found that some online subscription services employ confusing business tactics, such as opting customers in to recurring charges without their knowledge and making it very difficult for shoppers to opt out of the monthly fees.
Ping An Insurance Group's Global Voyager Investment Fund is leading the latest funding round worth 41.5 million euros ($47 million) for Finleap, a Berlin-based fintech company. The investment marks the fund's first venture into continental Europe.
They're set to be the most competitive as the region undergoes major tech disruption.
Indonesia has the largest and fastest-growing internet economy in Southeast Asia, and is predicted to grow to $100 billion by 2025 and account for $4 of every $10 spent in the region, according to a Google-Temasek report.
Walt Disney entered a multi-year games development partnership with leading mobile gaming company Jam City, continuing the Mouse House's foray into gaming.
Art schools have launched incubators and certificate programs to help art students launch businesses and prepare for careers in the gig economy. These include programs at Arizona State University and the University of the Arts in Philadelphia.
For years, digital media companies wrestled with charging for their content. The pendulum might be swinging in the direction of subscriptions as paywalls gain popularity and ad-fueled businesses struggle.
Going on "Shark Tank" came at the perfect time for the co-founders of Slyde Handboards.
Although black and white television seems to be out of style, more than 7,000 households in the UK still use the monochromatic tv set.
Fitness start-up MIRROR uses a built-in video screen to project workout classes onto your mirror at home.