The U.S. skincare market is worth an estimated $7 billion. Yet despite the wealth of products available promising flawless, ageless skin, consumers are frustrated by the low success rate. Start-up Proven Skincare believes it has the answer.
Apple has traditionally kept its services and voice-enabled skills close, and kept rival services like Spotify and Amazon's music streaming service at arm's length.
Google's super-simple phone service, Fi, is launching on a broader range of devices, including iPhones. Previously it only worked on select Motorola devices and Google's own Pixel line.
Facebook said video was the future. It launched Watch as a hub for shows and premium video content. But media companies say its hard to create successful shows, and media buyers aren't convinced there's an audience.
TikTok is the sort of gamified social app that hooks younger demographics, at least at first.
Amazon's PillPack has filed for a few new licenses, including to ship from Phoenix to Washington, which may point to a plan to serve the company's employees first.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announced 24 recipients of $97.5 million in grants for their work in helping the homeless population. The news comes one week after Amazon's HQ2 announcement sparked fears around affordable housing displacement.
Walt Disney entered a multi-year games development partnership with leading mobile gaming company Jam City, continuing the Mouse House's foray into gaming.
The multi-year deal involves the New York-based film and TV studio producing multiple films for Apple.
Instagram Co-founder and former CEO Kevin Systrom said it's important for the future of the world that social media companies be policed well and take their issues of misinformation and harassment seriously.
CNBC has learned that DeepMind's health subsidiary is moving under the newly-formed Google Health led by former Geisinger CEO David Feinberg.
Google is hiring Geisinger Health CEO David Feinberg to define its strategy in the $3 trillion medical sector and coordinate work across its various teams.
Samsung just announced a smartphone that can fold in half and will launch "soon." The company has long talked about its plans for a foldable smartphone. Google also announced that Android now officially supports foldable devices.
Etsy stock soared more than 24.8 percent Wednesday as the company raised its annual revenue forecast and beat on quarterly earnings Tuesday.
A new report released Wednesday from the OECD estimates that antimicrobial resistant infection is on track to kill 30,000 Americans per year by 2050. The OECD is calling on the US and other rich countries to implement 5 simple reforms to save lives.
John Mandrola is skeptical of the benefit of using the Apple Watch Series 4 to detect irregular heart function and worries about the consequences of sending thousands of healthy people to the doctor.
Governments, companies and citizens all have a role to play in setting the web back on its original course, the founder of the World Wide Web says.
Apple's iPhone has reached its peak in terms of unit sales. The company now says it won't report unit sales because it's not a good measure of its overall growth and profitability.
With the rapid advances in drone technology spanning the 20th century, it should come as no surprise that robotics are being reinvented on the insect scale. Researchers claim robo-insects are cheap to produce and can easily slip into tight spaces.
The investment in the Californian start-up is believed to be just the first of two tranches.
Technology and content costs could make ESPN+ an expensive venture, especially when subscribers pay only $5 a month. Here's a breakdown of what it may cost and why it may be more valuable as potential research for Disney.
Sony's new WX-1000XM3 noise-canceling Bluetooth headphones are better than the Bose QC 35 II headphones.
Oracle founder and CTO Larry Ellison is bullish on Tesla and disclosed that his second-largest investment, personally, is a stake in the electric vehicle maker. He also defended his friend Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who has come under regulatory and media scrutiny of late.
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