Kim Kardashian loves her BlackBerry Bold. But BlackBerry CEO John Chen has no plans -- at the moment -- to make the reality star the company's spokesmodel.
The promise and potential of 3-D printing is going to be huge. It's now simply a matter of how patient investors are as they wait out the revolution.
Amazon.com launches Amazon Echo, a speaker you leave on all day and give it voice directions, just like Siri on an Apple iPhone smartphone.
In one small step to improve customer service, Comcast is now allowing Xfinity customers (and former customers) to return equipment to UPS stores.
LeapFrog sales are plummeting, and the company is pinning its hopes on a fitness tracker called LeapBand and a video game console called LeapTV.
Everywhere you turn, Google dominates the online world. And though I was initially reluctant to use its products, I've now adapted happily to its hegemony.
New social network Tsu hopes to woo people from the likes of Facebook and Twitter by offering them a cut of the ad revenue generated by posts they share.
Lowe's is testing whether new bots on wheels can improve its customer service, such as helping a shopper find a match for something as simple as a nail.
Life Tracker 1, a new wristband from a startup, charges just $1 a month to track your life, from sleep quality to calories burned, hydration to goals met.
Good results for a hepatitis C drug boost Regulus Therapeutics, and bad results for Boulder Brands throw a damper on the gluten-free movement.
Amazon struggles to sell its Fire Phone, and 3D Systems struggles overall. Good news came this week from Chipotle and Hasbro.
Don't count BlackBerry out of the game just yet. The newest phone from the former king of mobile is drawing praise, and some financial stats are improving.
The federal government os investigating several cases of alleged cybersecurity flaws in medical devices that officials fear could be exploited by hackers.
Microsoft will tout plans for the cloud. Ford wants to get over the cloud of its stock's 52-week low. Angie's List, Janus and T. Rowe Price also report.
Starbucks raises its pay scale. CBS and HBO increases choices for people without cable. Google, Netflix and Tesla have make disappointing news.
Apple's big hardware news is about new iPads, but will it be enough to revive a stagnant product category at the otherwise rocking icon?
El Pollo Loco, Mobileye, ReWalk Robotics, Alibaba and Smart & Final were last quarter's most interesting IPOs.
Billionaire Carl Icahn bets that Apple will start selling 55- and 65-inch TVs next year. Apple isn't revealing its plans for the highly competitive market.
HealthCare.gov has been revamped as its second enrollment season approaches. But things are still complicated. Here's a look at what you need to know.
Universal is promoting its new Dracula movie at theme parks for Halloween, and the doomed Redbox Instant finally closes.
Apple is beefing up its iPad, but it has a lot of work to do on the table and its Mac line to get customer attention.
Silicon Valley stalwart Hewlett-Packard, will split into two companies as it looks to put more focus on the faster-growing corporate services market.
In a filing defending its proposed merger with Time Warner Cable, Comcast mentioned Netflix more than competition, monopoly and antitrust -- combined.