Shares of Apple have hit another 52-week high, with buzz for larger iPhones and the long-rumored iWatch, but a new fight may be brewing with Microsoft.
So what that 689,003 Facebook users had their news feed altered for an academic research study? The viral furor appears to be subsiding.
Twitter tests a buy now button. The Dutch airline KLM encounters turbulence with a tweet. And Facebook gets heat over manipulating its news feed.
The Federal Trade Commission accuses T-Mobile of knowingly allowing third parties to text customers without their consent, resulting in higher phone bills.
Microsoft has joined Qualcomm in a bid to establish standard ways for household devices like light bulbs and thermostats to talk to each other.
The Dow flirted with the 17,000 mark and the S&P 500 surpassed its record on encouraging manufacturing data in the world's two biggest economies.
CNBC is not fast enough, not deep enough and not accountable enough to give ordinary investors the information they need. Long live the alternatives.
Federal prosecutors are sending out subpoenas to find out who knew what at GM about the automakers' faulty ignition switches that killed at least 13 people.
Google begins removing search results to comply with an EU ruling upholding citizens' right to have some information about them hidden in search engines.
Stocks gain on Wall Street with broadcasting shares getting a big boost from the Supreme Court's decision against Aereo.
Android Auto, wearable gadgets and smart home devices are some of the innovations Google is showing off at its two-day developer conference.
Renewed concerns about Iraq and upbeat data on the U.S. economy pushed stocks up and down Tuesday. But in the end, worries outweighed optimism.
Google's Nest Labs will buy home-monitoring camera startup Dropcam for about $555 million in cash, Nest and Dropcam confirmed friday.
BlackBerry's earnings report was actually better than expected - but it's still headed for the dustbin of history. Which OS will tumble next?
The rumors are true: Google's YouTube is launching a paid music streaming service -- and it promises to rile some in the music business.
Even as millions of baby boomers approach retirement, the Social Security Administration has been closing a record number of field offices.
In a move that is either brilliant or boneheaded, Comcast is turning leased residential routers into WiFi hotspots accessible to nearby Xfinity customers.
Amazon's newest mobile device, a smartphone that may sport a 3D screen, is the retailer's latest attempt to exert influence on how consumers shop online.
United Airlines is changing the way it doles out frequent flier miles, and it may hurt many travelers.
Online shopping has encroached on bricks-and-mortar stores in nearly every aspect. But one physical store type has so far emerged relatively unscathed.
Start a permission-based email list, focus on one social channel, and build from there, says Constant Contact CEO Gail Goodman.
Atlanta has the nation's busiest airport, but the lack of free Wi-Fi was a sore point with many travelers. But finally that's changing.
Walmart CEO Doug McMillon is expected to give shareholders insight into plans to reshape the world's largest retailer, struggling amid a uneven recovery.
Walmart faces new challenges at a time when low prices and one-stop shopping can be a few clicks away on a tablet computer or smartphone.