A leaked memo suggests U.S. conservatives plan to attack political bias at Google, Facebook if neutrality fight moves to Congress.
CNBC reviews Andy Rubin's new Essential smartphone.
Forced to drop his college scholarship or his YouTube channel, Donald De La Haye decided to sign with media company Whistle Sports and pursue online video.
"Business leaders are being asked to step forward and try and set policy for our country," said Jeff Richards, managing partner at GGV Capital.
Amazon was granted a similar patent for a floating warehouse of sorts last year.
The bitcoin offshoot, bitcoin cash, soared Friday after indications it could achieve its goal of speeding up transactions.
In China, the social media game Honor of Kings has become the biggest moneymaking smartphone game in the world, N.Y. Times reports.
Facebook wants to bring ticket sales and bigger retailers inside Marketplace.
Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan are expecting their second child soon.
Goldman's "Hedge Fund VIP" list is up 19 percent this year through Aug. 14 versus the S&P 500's 12 percent return.
We already know at least one cool feature it will have.
“Conservatives have to stay in the closet and have to mask who they really are,” James Damore tells Business Insider.
Bitcoin has had a stellar year and one of Wall Street's top strategists thinks it can rise 40 percent more by next year.
Airbnb's disaster response program has been activated for victims of the Barcelona attack.
"I made the determination on Wednesday morning that life was too short to deal with jerks like this," Matthew Prince says.
Benchmark investor Bill Gurley was worried he did not get the full results of an internal Uber study, The New York Times reports.
The charitable foundation funded by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, is growing like crazy.
Essential and Playground founder Andy Rubin says artificial intelligence is the next big operating system.
Andy Rubin thinks there's room for another smartphone player.
Falling earnings growth and rising valuations have portfolio manager Erin Gibbs worried about the hot sector.
Alibaba's cloud division grew 96 percent and continued growth could be the catalyst for a "re-rating" of the stock.
GitHub co-founder and CEO Chris Wanstrath is stepping down after leading the code repository software company for the past three years.
It makes sense for Apple to be doubling down on this type of technology for a few reasons.
Apple plans to set up donations to the Southern Poverty Law Center through iTunes and it has started to disable Apple Pay payments to white nationalist websites.
Mandi Bishop was invited to the Apple, Aetna event. She shares her recollections with CNBC.
Here are Alphabet's main investment vehicles, which help it keep an eye on the hottest technologies made beyond the Googleplex walls.
Color Genomics raised its most recent round from General Catalyst, CRV and Emerson Collective's Laurene Powell Jobs, among others.
While the company beat estimates, revenue decreased for the seventh quarter in a row.
President Donald Trump's attack on Amazon's tax policy isn't totally baseless and some states are making that case.
Trump's latest tirade left a White House panel of business leaders little choice but to disband, one member tells CNBC.
Amazon shares dropped initially after Trump blasts the e-commerce giant again on Twitter.
Amazon's fight against South Carolina over taxes on third-party sales could force a change in online tax policies.
The text messages are between then-Uber CEO Travis Kalanick and Anthony Levandowski, a former engineer from Alphabet's Waymo.
Uber is entertaining investment offers from investors, The New York Times reported over the weekend.
Apple is gearing up to release a new Apple Watch with cellular connectivity.
Apple and Aetna held meetings late last week to discuss bringing Apple Watch to the insurer's 23 million members.
David Sacks, one of Silicon Valley's most prominent investors and a former PayPal COO, discusses the promise of cryptocurrency such as bitcoin and ethereum.
Google will pay Apple about $3 billion this year to remain the default search engine on iOS devices, Bernstein says.
A "whois" search of Internet domains on Monday listed Alphabet's Google as registrar for The Daily Stormer, a white supremacist website.