Qualcomm is working to reassert control over the company's deal to acquire NXP Semiconductors, sources tell CNBC.
Veem is using the blockchain for almost two-thirds of its transactions.
Facebook is still requiring a lot of patience from some users even as it's rewarded big investors who've held onto its stock.
One of the questions specifically asked about then-presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Facebook's failed copycat Poke actually helped people take Snapchat more seriously.
Former Google and Apple executive Ellen Leanse challenges Stanford students to design technology products that make people happy.
CNBC's Jeniece Pettitt, a new mom, tries out the Owlet Smart Sock.
WeWork's Dock 72 building will blur the line between work and life for start-up and corporate workers.
Russia's intent in meddling in U.S. politics was to sow fear and hatred among Americans, according to Robert Goldman.
Cyberattacks are the greatest challenge threatening global stability, the German defense minister told CNBC Saturday.
SpaceX is on a collision course with the world's biggest telecom and satellite manufacturing companies.
America's greatest vulnerability is its continued inability to acknowledge the extent of its adversaries' capabilities when it comes to cyber threats, says Ian Bremmer.
This start-up's pilot customer requested that the founder live in a nursing home for 3 months. So he moved right in.
The United States is "vulnerable" to cybersecurity attacks and need to step up their defense mechanisms, the co-founder of the computer security firm CrowdStrike told CNBC Saturday.
First Malibu mansions, next ultra luxurious yachts — the ways in which cryptocurrency enthusiasts can spend their virtual riches is growing.
Reactions were mixed after Google rolled out its new plan to start blocking ads on Chrome
As the construction industry faces a skilled labor shortage, tools like Construction Robotics SAM 100 could bridge the workforce gap.
Worldpay and Visa said they are reversing duplicate transactions that recently caused unauthorized withdrawals for some users of Coinbase.
A weekly recap of some of the most interesting venture capital deals, funds and start-ups.
This prototype developed by DARPA is called the Sea Hunter and will track enemy submarines.
A quick look at public information on the companies raises a host of other concerns.
Is he right?
The role of social media in the election has been a specter for Silicon Valley.
The German automaker said its technical training program will be the first for a premium automaker on a US military base.
On Friday afternoon, Google CEO Sundar Pichai will highlight 14 states where the company plans to increase its investments.
WPP's Sir Martin Sorrell says Amazon's ad business is not a huge competitor to Facebook and Google's perfect ad setup but could become bigger competition.
Amazon's entry to delivery service won't be as bad for UPS and FedEx as it will be for the USPS, says J.P. Morgan.
After selling its China stake in 2016, Uber is in talks to mimic that strategy in Southeast Asia
Intel is facing at least 32 lawsuits over the Meltdown and Spectre CPU flaws, The Verge reports.
Popularity in China, a growing services business and chest of cash provide a path forward for Apple, Dan Ives says.
Rob Joyce emphasized the need to better understand the cryptocurrency's risks and benefits before embarking on any sort of regulatory regime.
Uber said Friday that it was introducing a number of changes to enhance safety for drivers and passengers in the U.K.
Qualcomm is open to discussing a buyout offer from Broadcom that "reflects the true value" of the chipmaker and better addresses concerns about regulatory hurdles to a deal, the company said on Friday.
Apple is on track for its best week in more than a year. Even a plucky comeback isn't enough for this market watcher.
Coinbase said a change to the way payments made to its service are classified was to blame for the issue.
Bitcoin is "like a plot twist in a confusing movie," the comedian said.
Alexey Navalny alleged Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Prikhodko took a bribe from oligarch Oleg Deripaska.
In a sentiment-driven market like bitcoin, key price levels such as $10,000 appear to attract new investors and help the price.
Japan's two cryptocurrency industry groups are planning to merge to form a self-regulating body, according to sources.
Alphabet's cloud business has acquired Xively from LogMeIn in a bid to strengthen its offering for working with connected devices.
The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission joined other regulators sounding the alarm on "pump-and-dump" cryptocurrency investing schemes.
J.P. Morgan alerted clients to two biotech companies that it believes could outperform peers in the next year.
Experts look at the mental state of mass shooters like Nikolas Cruz who murdered 17 people in Parkland, Florida
Boeing is undeterred by all the buzz around SpaceX and its founder Elon Musk.
Swiss pharma giant Roche is buying Flatiron, which was founded by two ex-Google employees and aims to improve cancer treatment.
It's all about the placenta.
Boeing is pumping out airplanes at a record pace and aims to keep climbing.
McNamee suggested Amazon be split into three or four companies and Facebook be separated from Instagram.
Bitcoin soared above $10,000 on Thursday, as a slew of major digital currencies extended Wednesday’s rally and regulatory fears subsided.
A poll asked: "Please agree or disagree with the following statement: Facebook is good for the world."
Facebook, where Thiel sits on the board, has been at the center of calls for greater regulation in recent months.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University believe robots could learn a thing or two from the cockroach.
A quarterly filing shows Berkshire Hathaway increased its holdings of Apple by 23.3 percent.
Mark Zuckerberg's Valentine's Day photo with his daughter was spammed by comments in support of an Ethiopian activist whose page Facebook had blocked.
Facebook will start letting businesses and other groups post information to its Community Help emergency pages.
Cisco has beat Wall Street expectations every quarter since Robbins took the helm 10 quarters ago.
Mining just one bitcoin in South Korea costs $26,170, according to data released by lighting and furniture firm Elite Fixtures.
Depending on who you ask, Telegram is either the greatest blockchain investment ever or an 'opportunistic ploy'
Investor Peter Thiel is moving his residence and business operations Los Angeles, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Khosrowshahi inherited a mess at Uber but said the company should be as beloved as Amazon or Google.
Salesforce.com's "consistently strong" growth will propel shares up more than 20 percent, says Jefferies.
"It is only a matter of time before the global dominance of the U.S. internet companies is broken," George Soros said.
Users have complained that an update is making the app more difficult to navigate.
The inquiry puts a spotlight on Mr. Pai’s decisions and may also him to answer questions that he has so far avoided addressing in public, NYT reports.
Soros Fund Management held 2,472,188 shares in Overstock at the end of the fourth quarter of 2017.
Britain publicly pointing the finger at Russia for spreading a virus which disrupted companies across Europe.
As part of Microsoft, LinkedIn has uncovered a way to expand its Talent Solutions business, LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner said on Wednesday.
Skydio has raised $70 million in venture funding to make self-flying cameras that follow a subject automatically.
Both companies are just shy of all-time highs set at the beginning of February.
Amazon has partnered with Bank of America Merrill Lynch for its lending program, but its loan growth has slowed.
Last year, Buffett told CNBC that he was more sure about Apple's future than IBM's.
Engineering pioneer will produce 3 vehicles from scratch in bold £2 billion venture, Financial Times reports.
Bill Gurley told an audience at a conference on Wednesday that everyone is "nauseous from discussions on crypto."
Cisco on Wednesday announced better-than-expected earnings for the second quarter of its 2018 fiscal year.
Litecoin surged Wednesday after news that a payments processor for the cryptocurrency is set to launch Feb. 26.
Apple's earnings could pop as much as 30 percent higher than current estimates if the company buys back 10 percent of its shares each year.
Tesla will likely hit its Model 3 production target by the end of the second quarter, but there is still plenty of risk built into the stock.
Shares climbed above $30, up more than 30 percent year to date.
Dating apps are "a global phenomenon" that are growing, says Match Group CEO Mandy Ginsberg.
When asked about Equifax, the four nominees responded cautiously, but talked tough on investigating breaches.
Satellite technology can help provide Internet access to people who live in rural or hard-to-serve places.
Their answers are inspiring.
Joe Kraus, a partner with Alphabet's venture capital arm, GV, says that flying cars are starting to seem inevitable instead of impossible.
The latest reports about cryptocurrency regulation in South Korea and the U.S. indicate authorities are taking a more balanced approach.
The smart speaker hit shelves last week, to mixed reviews, after initial manufacturing delays.
On Wednesday, Digitimes reported that Facebook will launch two speakers in July 2018.
He's "the Grim Reaper of hospital supplies. The Grim Reaper of auto parts," Jim Cramer says.
He uses the savings to do things like pay for his employees' weddings.
Snapchat's new interface is offering influencers more insights into their posts.
Gross billings for the e-commerce company were down 2 percent year over year in the fourth quarter.
The era of super-low volatility is over. But that presents opportunities of its own, according to several banks.
The five-year deal is reportedly worth as much as $300 million, making it one of the biggest deals ever made for a television producer, NYT reports.
Google's Chrome browser will officially start blocking ads that violate the Better Ad Standards on Thursday.
Apple will use these chips in new iPhone models and other products for sale in the Chinese domestic market specifically.
Salon is using readers' computing power to mine the virtual currency monero.
Chuck Cohn just raised money from top-tier Silicon Valley investors for an education start-up based in St. Louis.
JD.com will continue to be a majority shareholder in its logistics arm, JD Logistics, with an 81.4 percent stake.
Cash no longer makes up most of the money spent in Germany, a Bundesbank study showed on Wednesday.
Russia and China could possess "destructive" space weapons, American intelligence said.
Airbnb said hosts in South Korea's Gangwon province were predicted to earn $2.1 million during the Winter Olympics.
South Korea will take action against "illegal" and unfair cryptocurrency trading following a petition.
Uber revealed results to investors on Tuesday that showed the ride-hailing company's cost-cutting efforts paying off.
Google's cloud business has picked up business from software makers, said Cloud CEO Diane Greene.
Turner CEO John Martin is gearing up for what he expects to be some pretty huge ratings for the NBA All-Star Weekend
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says Twitter is still too hard to figure out for both users and advertisers.
Changes to Facebook will hurt many publishers. Vox CEO Jim Bankoff believes his publications won't be among them.
Eight South Korean teams faced off in a robotic skiing competition about an hour outside of Pyeongchang for a $10,000 prize.
The London-based fashion marketplace could be worth billions, some sources told CNBC.
A tiny fraction of Americans are reporting their cryptocurrency transactions to the Internal Revenue Service, according to a study from Credit Karma Tax.
Boston Dynamics' robot SpotMini has prompted comparisons with dystopian science fiction.
They shell out $4.5 billion a year.
Apple CEO Tim Cook told shareholders at a meeting that the company may make a significant contribution in health care.
Billionaire investor Mark Cuban said he doesn't think Apple's stock will see as much growth as it had in the past.
Snapchat's new user interface design appears to have angered many users, pushing them to switch to similar features on Instagram.
Directors for the CIA, FBI and NSA expressed their distrust of Apple-rival Huawei and fellow Chinese telecom company ZTE.
The company hasn't gotten the attention its tech rivals have in recent years, but that should change, said Eric Jackson.
Being offered cash at the gate to take a later flight because of overbooking may become a rarity.
Price manipulation in cryptocurrencies will disappear once the market has matured, NEM President Lon Wong said.
A deal between Walgreens and AmerisourceBergen may not be the best move, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
The envisioned changes are an outgrowth of Google's AMP project, or accelerated mobile pages, and will be first aimed at bulk senders.
The Berkshire Hathaway-Amazon-JP Morgan health-care alliance will disappoint if it does no more than focus on costs.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange lost a legal bid on Tuesday to persuade the British authorities to drop any further action against him.
Grocery delivery start-up Instacart has just raised a fresh round of funding and had its best year ever.
Broadcom's move comes a day ahead of planned talks between the semiconductor companies to discuss the potential $121 billion deal.
Shareholder Darwin Deason is suing Xerox and Fujifilm in New York court for fraud.
Gates issued a warning to tech companies in an interview with Axios, as the threat of government regulation hangs over Silicon Valley.
Apple should try to capture more consumers in the living room with more content, analyst Will Power says.
Jesse Powell, founder and CEO of Kraken, said Tuesday that the cryptocurrency market would continue to see an "acceleration" of growth.
Unilever has threatened to boycott Facebook and Google if the tech giants fail to efficiently police extremist and illegal content.
Amazon reportedly moving bigger into medical supply business
Logan Paul added fuel to the flames last week when he uploaded a video where he is seen tasering two dead rats and removing a live fish from water.
Musician hails transformative nature of technology at the World Government Summit in Dubai.
Ian Pearson, a futurist at Futurizon, said there will need to be a link between AI and a human brain.
When pressed on stage about Facebook's increasing video ambitions, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki joked that Facebook should "get back to baby pictures."
Electric vehicles appear to be gaining further ground in China, and companies are betting that the trend will continue.
Fuel loading at a nuclear reactor in China has been delayed, in the latest setback for the project.
Facebook news changes will hurt some publishers while helping others, two execs told a media industry gathering Monday.
Boston Dynamics' SpotMini robot can now open doors in addition to climbing stairs and putting away your dishes.
Start-up, Youbionic, wants to elevate people's abilities with this $2,200 3D-printed prosthetic.
Former Microsoft executive Steven Sinofsky took to Twitter to defend Apple, after a report emerged detailing changes to its software schedule.
Christine Lemke 's start-up Evidation Health is studying whether pain can be objectively measured.
Facebook is pointing some users to a secure networking app, Onavo Protect, without first alerting them it's a Facebook-owned company.
President Donald Trump's administration announced plans Monday to end NASA's funding of the International Space Station.
Uber announced it would require its most frequent drivers to take six-hour breaks after driving for 12 hours straight, The Verge reported.
Snapchat redesigned its UI to make the app "simpler to use," but instead created an even more confusing layout.
Google will now allow other companies to rent its artificial intelligence-tailored chips, which it first introduced in 2016
"Like 90 percent," Brian Kelly estimates. "I run a fund. I have my money in that. I've got investments elsewhere."
There were expletives involved.
Amazon is laying off hundreds of employees and "managing out" others, reports the Seattle Times.
SpaceX is even further out in front of the rest of the space industry than previously thought.
The 2016 sit-down between Murdoch and Zuckerberg was apparently the culmination of years of tension.
The Equifax data breach exposed more of consumers' information than the company first disclosed last year.
Broadcom has offered Qualcomm $8 billion in break-up fees, should their deal fail to gain regulatory approval.
McDermott explained that margins would rise in 2018 because heavy investment is behind the company.
"We urge you our fellow shareholders do not let Fuji steal this company from us," Icahn and Deason said in an open letter.
Fake clicks are also a "waste of money," Maurice Levy, the chairman of Publicis Groupe, said.
Three EU regulators said they were "concerned" about an increasing number of people buying cryptocurrencies without being aware of the risks involved.
The deal comes as Disney has faced obstacles in getting digital television content into China.
Omar bin Sultan Al Olama, the UAE's AI minister, said the country's "agility" will help it become a world leader in AI.
Nomura Instinet raises its rating for Cisco shares to buy from neutral.
Sopnendu Mohanty, chief fintech officer of the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), voiced his concerns about speculative cryptocurrency trading.
This year, less than half of Americans aged between 12 and 17 will use Facebook at least once a month, according to eMarketer research.
Amazon.com paid about $90 million to acquire the maker of Blink home security cameras late last year, people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
"AI is a tool and what AI can do really, really well is getting rid of repetitive work," Sebastian Thrun told CNBC.
Qualcomm and Broadcom plan to meet on Wednesday to talk about the latter's $121 billion acquisition offer.
Sebastian Thrun, the chief executive of Kitty Hawk, told CNBC that an announcement is due in March.
With demand for its redesigned full-size SUV's surging, Ford is expanding production of the Expedition and Lincoln Navigator.
An internal NASA document that outlines the agency's intentions to privatize the station after funding ends in 2024.
Analysts at Barclays believe releasing a business version of the iCloud service could help Apple considerably grow its services business.
Actress Goldie Hawn has shifted her career focus to improving children's mental health — and there is a lot of work to be done, she tells CNBC.
Parties are free to settle in the middle of a trial, but it's pretty rare.
Arianna Huffington wants to help people detach from their phones — with a mobile app
Snaps has made progress after many missteps, but it's not out of the woods yet.
SuperData Research projects VR gaming will grow into a $2.3 billion industry by 2020.
The health care industry still relies on outdated technologies like fax machines and pagers.
Hater is an app created by former Goldman Sachs employee Brendan Alper that launched in February 2017.
CNBC reviews Apple's new smart speaker, the HomePod.
Four days after the trial began and revealed embarrassing testimony, Uber and Waymo announced they had settled.
Jim Cramer reveals what could bring another decline next week.
Now that Nest is rolling back into Google, former employees feel frustrated that the split happened in the first place.
Jim Cramer sits down with 3M Chairman and CEO Inge Thulin to discuss the manufacturer's array of forward drivers.
Jim Cramer finds bull and bear cases in the Dow Jones industrial average's biggest losers from the week's sell-off.
Jim Cramer looks ahead to key stocks and events investors should watch next week as the stock market slowly recovers.
Facebook will give away up to $1 million to as many as five people, and hand out a total of $10 million, in a new program for community leaders.
Technology isn't going to slow down anytime soon, says Silicon Valley pioneer Scott McNealy.
Qualcomm's board said on Thursday it had rejected a revised takeover bid from Broadcom.
Apple is one of the best-equipped to weather any more market turmoil, says Gina Sanchez, CEO of Chantico Global.
Josh Brown recommends investors put in low buy limit orders for their favorite stocks during market sell-offs.
Market swings do not impact how "we think about the world the next two years," says Randall Stephenson.
Amazon is looking to lease a 50,000-square-meter warehouse just outside Sao Paulo, as it steps up its push into Brazil.
John Chambers is an investor in Aspire Food Group, which sells cricket granola, cricket flour and whole roasted crickets.
Snap is offering hundreds of dollars in free ad credits to advertisers who buy vertical video ads on Instagram, Recode reports.
Uber and Waymo settle their courtroom battle over trade secrets, with Uber agreeing not to use Waymo technology and pay a .34 percent equity stake
Latest advances in VR technology are being used to rewire athletes for the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
Lars Dalgaard, who sold SuccessFactors to SAP for $3.4 billion in 2011, is starting a new investment venture focused on teaching CEOs better leadership.
Millions around the world will tune into watch the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Comcast had 500 people working on the Super Bowl broadcast last Sunday, Roberts said. It's deployed more than 3,000 people for the Olympics.
Top schools have added or are rushing to add classes on Bitcoin and the record-keeping technology that it introduced, known as the blockchain, NYT reports.
Jim Carrey's Facebook fit is an anti-Trump tantrum that feeds ruinous election delusions, says Jake Novak.
Youtube has temporarily turned off all ads in Logan Paul's videos for offenses that include tasering a rat in a YouTube video, according to Recode.