800,000 baby monitor batteries recalled
The battery in the handheld video monitor can overheat and rupture, posing a burn hazard to consumers.
Supreme court quizzes Aereo: Do TV streams break the law?
Upstart Aereo goes before Supreme Court justices in challenge by broadcasters who say TV streaming services violates copyrights.
With HBO deal, Amazon Fire TV gains an edge
Streaming agreement gives set-top box a significant advantage over its competitors.
What's an Instagram or Pinterest picture really worth?
The tech startup Piqora raises $7.7 million to help marketers find out.
HBO shows coming to Amazon ... not Netflix
If you still haven't seen 'The Sopranos' or 'The Wire,' you will soon be able to stream episodes of these and other older HBO hits on Amazon Prime. Is the Amazon-HBO deal a blow to Netflix?
With 24 million students, Codecademy revamps its offerings
Learn-to-code site optimizes for the Web rather than recreating offline learning.
Why MLB became a video game developer
With the release of RBI Baseball '14, MLB became the first sports league to develop its own major video game.
All eyes on Apple Inc.
With today's earnings expected to be ho-hum, does Apple have a surprise up its sleeve?
Grand tour of the Apple retail palaces of Europe: Amsterdam
Dutch royalty once shopped in the century-old fashion house where Apple now sells iPads.
Aereo fights for its life in Supreme Court
Here's a taste of the arguments made by Aereo and the network television broadcasters after the Supreme Court heard both sides.
Grandfather launches smart gun push after Sandy Hook shooting
The grandfather of 6-year old Sandy Hook shooting victim Ben Wheeler has launched a crowdfunding campaign to finance an idea he hopes will make guns safer.
AT&T, Chernin set sights on streaming video
With $500 million, the companies will seek to invest in video-on-demand channels and streaming video services.
Supreme Court justices skeptical of Aereo, but wary of killing it
At oral arguments over the legality of the service, which streams live broadcast TV to smartphones, the Court seemed fearful of hampering other cloud-service businesses.
Review: Loop mobile wallet
The system uses novel magnetic technology to imitate your debit, credit, and loyalty cards.
Meet four kings of Alibaba's online retail empire
Alibaba's shopping sites account for 80% of online retail in China. Meet four successful merchants.
Why Alibaba's IPO matters
Alibaba's IPO is expected to bring a huge windfall for both the company and Yahoo, which has a stake in the company.
AT&T eyes high-speed Internet in 100 cities
You could soon use bitcoin to support political campaigns
The Federal Election Commission on Wednesday will consider approving the use of bitcoin for political campaign contributions.
9 cybersecurity threats that companies need to monitor
App attacks, crimeware, skimmers, and other cybersecurity concerns for enterprise executives, per a new report.
Airbnb fights legal battles for survival
The popular home rental website's legal battle in New York City is just another example of a new technology disrupting an industry and the laws built around it.
U.S. should block Comcast-Time Warner merger
A merger may not raise prices in the short term but could hamper future competition.
Case could change how you watch TV
Upstart Aereo says it has found a way to give consumers easier access to local broadcast TV for $8 a month. Broadcasters say Aereo is stealing copyrighted programs.
Inside the Aereo antenna farm
Aereo CEO Chet Kanojia says the boards of antennas should be the broadcasters' 'best friend' as he explains how his company brings television to the internet.
Can this digital camera reinvent the SLR?
Meet Illum, the second camera from the groundbreaking company Lytro.
Are Pinterest ads worth the price?
A new study argues the social network's first ads may be worth their hefty price tag.
Muted expectations for Apple's earnings
The average forecast of 40 analysts: Earnings up 2.4% year over year, revenue down 0.2%.
10 Questions: Jeremy Allaire, founder and CEO, Circle
On having vision, Bitcoin's challenges, and "following your bliss."
What the heck is Aereo, anyway?
Aereo is an innovative way to watch and record shows on local television stations. But is it legal?
Move over Facebook, Alibaba's mega IPO is coming
Chinese tech company Alibaba is readying for an IPO that could be the biggest ever for a tech firm, trouncing even Facebook.
Is Airbnb's latest setback bad for the sharing economy?
Negative news may be little more than a bump in the road for a $10 billion startup.
Netflix to increase subscription prices
The streaming video company said Monday that it planned to increase subscription prices for new customers by one or two dollars a month within the next few months.
IBM's Watson now tackling health care
The Jeopardy champ supercomputer is now being used to solve health care problems.
How green is Apple?
Tim Cook responds to criticism from environmentalists with a video message of his own.
Corporate therapy for Silicon Valley
Execs at Twitter, eBay, and Dropbox have Richard Hagberg to thank shaping them up.
Extreme password protection...how hackers keep themselves safe
Security experts weigh in on the software bug that impacted a majority of web users.
What happens if broadcasters lose the Aereo case?
Ahead of Tuesday's Supreme Court hearing on the legality of Aereo, experts weigh in on the so-called nuclear option.
Handicapping Apple's quarterly earnings and revenue: Q2 2014
Average estimate: $10.32 per share on sales of $43.5B. Apple's guidance: $42 to $44B.
Why the Supreme Court might pull the plug on Aereo
On Tuesday the Court will hear arguments on the legality of the disruptive wireless technology that brings broadcast TV to smartphones.
Exclusive: Birchbox banks $60 million
The Series B round values the beauty e-commerce company at $485 million.
Satya Nadella needs more to fix Microsoft
Office for iPad move is a symbolic victory for Nadella's Microsoft, but the company is still weighed down by many of the same old issues.
The market for marketing software is accelerating rapidly
Revenue for marketing automation software is set to triple by 2020 -- and it's a fight for supremacy between Marketo, Eloqua and Silverpop.
VC investment hits a 13-year high
Venture capitalists invested $9.5 billion last quarter, the highest total since the dotcom doom's waning days.
Babajob.com, a site to help people find jobs, takes off in India
The Bangalore-based mobile job posting startup started by Microsoft Research veteran Sean Blagsvedt wants to pull Indians out of poverty.
Pop-up shops are becoming more permanent
In brand strategy, short-term retail may not be so temporary after all.
Can Zoosk be the Netflix for online dating?
Zoosk, an independent online dating service that filed for IPO this week, seeks to cover all the bases with its wide array of features. For users, that may be a bit too much.
3 best podcast apps for easy listening
Whether you're new to listening to podcasts, addicted to them or just want something simple and easy to use, we've reviewed the best of the new breed.
How hackers beat the Heartbleed bug
Hackers share their tips for how to keep your data secure when browsing the internet.
Brian Krebs demystifies today's hacker
Cyber security expert and blogger Brian Krebs says the kind of hackers responsible for the Target theft are generally higher-educated Eastern Europeans and describes how the global cybercrime ring works.
How many iPads did Apple sell last quarter?
Second most important source of revenue is holding steady at roughly 20% of total sales.
Memo to tech startups: If you want money, raise it now
The frothy fundraising market may dry up soon.
Weibo Chairman on IPO: 'We're here for the long term'
The Chinese social networking startup priced low but traded up.
This digital marketing startup is growing rapidly
Outside Philadelphia, the digital marketing company Monetate has grown from two employees to 220 in just six years.
Google stock sinks as mobile struggles continue
The company continues to struggle with convincing marketers to pay as much for mobile ads as they do for desktop ads.
Cheating apps, websites flourish in France
The Internet has reduced the burden to start a business -- including for those that help people cheat in relationships.
Primary care startup One Medical raises $40 million, plans more clinics
With luxury offices and extra time and communication with doctors, One Medical Group is triaging patient care, one pain point at a time.
Nadella: Microsoft needs a 'data culture'
In anticipation of walking the walk, Satya Nadella has begun talking the talk.
How many iPhones did Apple sell last quarter?
The analysts' estimates range from 34 million to nearly 43 million. Average: 38.2 million.
Google's ad prices are down. So what?
Despite alarmist coverage following its earnings miss, this tech giant is doing just fine.
Neil Young goes for high-quality music with Pono
"Every time I listened to my music on an MP3 player, I had to turn it off."
The hybrid electronic bike of the future
The Copenhagen Wheel, funded by Tumblr founder David Karp, is a smartphone controlled motor for your bike. Laurie Segall reports.
10 Questions: Marcus Nelson, co-founder and CEO, Addvocate
On making little bets, reinventing the mundane, and asking others for help.
Ousted Yahoo exec gets $58 million golden parachute
Former chief operating officer Henrique de Castro left Yahoo with an severance package worth $58 million.
Social data as a business is dead. Long live big data services
Recent acquisitions by Twitter and Apple are changing the game for big data startups focused on social media.
Yahoo surges following first-quarter results
Yahoo is still in the midst of its turnaround, but investors liked what they saw in the company's first-quarter results.
Apple-endorsed racing game Anki Drive revs up with new cars, tracks
Artificial intelligence-driven startup unveils first hardware refresh since launch.
At Macy's, lessons from Walmart's failed RFID attempt
Walmart's bold plan to plaster its supply chain with RFID bombed -- but a new "barcode on steroids" might just be a retail savior.
10 Questions: Vikas Gupta, co-founder and CEO, Play-i
On teaching children how to program, being comfortable with uncertainty, and the challenges of growth.
Level Money wants you to think before you spend
A new service tackles budgeting for millennials by emphasizing the view ahead (and not the one in the rearview).
Yahoo surges following first-quarter results
Yahoo is still in the midst of its turnaround, but investors liked what they saw in the company's first-quarter results.
Review: Samsung Galaxy S5
Does the new Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone keep its promises? In our review, we find out.
Automattic seeking to raise more than $100 million
The round will value the company behind WordPress.com at north of $1 billion.
Should Google know your deepest secrets?
With Google Glass on sale today, it's time to have serious talks about technology and privacy.
Why Google and Facebook are drooling over drone companies
Interest in Titan Aerospace and others is not just about the "next billion" Internet users.
Twitter plays defense with deal for Gnip
Deal follows Apple's acquisition of Topsy, one of just four Twitter data resellers.
Drone sub searching for Flight 370
Take an exclusive look at the Bluefin-21 autonomous submarine that's searching for plane debris in the Indian Ocean.
Is my data safe?
Computer security expert Bruce Schneier flags the biggest online data security dangers that you face.
Digital financial advisers bulk up
Funding comes on the heels of competitor Wealthfront raising $35 million.
When Twitter first met Facebook
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone on why he turned down Facebook's $500M offer and why entrepreneurs aren't heroes.
Brian Stelter on CNN's new TV app
CNN's senior media correspondent gives his take on his own network's latest offering.
In China, a momentary pause for tech purchases
As subsidies end, the market for consumer electronics in China is slipping. But it won't stay back for long.
Why Google bought a drone company
Google acquires drone maker Titan Aerospace, and like Facebook, hopes the technology will help deliver cheap and easy Internet access in the future.
How companies are using wearables in the workplace
Companies want to ensure that employees keep active and sleep well. Wearable technology may be the answer.
Netflix speeds surge for Comcast users following connection deal
Streaming speeds for Comcast users jumped nearly 50% last month after Netflix reluctantly agreed to pay up for a direct connection to Comcast's network.
What's next for Dropbox?
The file-syncing startup has launched a suite of new tools designed to capture a greater share of your online life.
Google buys drone maker Titan Aerospace
Titan makes high-altitude, solar-powered drones that Google hopes to use to help deliver Internet service.
Mozilla names interim CEO after gay-marriage controversy
Chris Beard, a Mozilla veteran, will lead the software non-profit as its searches for a long-term CEO.
7 businesses Amazon wants to shake up
From industrial supplies to educational software, Amazon is about more than just retail and books.
Manicube raises $5 million for in-office 'beauty chores'
Startup offers manicures and pedicures to working women in their offices
Is this tiny gadget the future of smoking?
Berkeley-based tech company Ploom wants to reinvent smoking for the 21st century -- and not just for tobacco.
Time is running out for Box competitors
The clock is ticking for enterprise file-sharing companies after their brightest star, Box, filed for an IPO.
Sony, Microsoft turn to game titles as console launch buzz fades
The next generation of video game consoles has exceeded expectations, but the platforms face challenges to keep up the momentum.
Inside the Shapeways 3D printing factory
Fortune visits Shapeways' New York factory to check in on the three-dimensional printing revolution.
Massachusetts' clever immigration reform workaround
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick unveiled a novel plan that aims to let foreign-born, U.S.-educated entrepreneurs stay in the country. Here's how it works.
How Zuck met Oculus: The story behind Facebook's big bet on virtual reality
CEO Brendan Iribe recounts the steps leading up to the $2 billion deal.
2014: The year of the mega breach
As the Heartbleed bug wreaks havoc on the Internet, cybercrime investigator Brian Krebs talks about how identity theft is 'growing by leaps and bounds'.
Why isn't Apple suing Google?
Samsung's argument that Apple has attacked the wrong company could resonate with the jury.
How Mark Zuckerberg courts companies
In just three and a half days, Facebook and virtual reality firm Oculus worked out a $2 billion deal.
Joe Nocera's thing about Apple
The New York Times Op-Ed columnist does it again.
Heartbleed bug affects gadgets everywhere
The Heartbleed Internet bug affects a lot of the gear we all use at work. Fixing it all will be a herculean task.
Tinder isn't worth $5 billion, but it's valuable, investors say
Today's version of "Hot or Not" has more upside potential than you might think.
Why Facebook bought Oculus
Oculus CEO Brendan Iribe tells CNNMoney's Laurie Segall why Facebook became interested in buying his company.
Samsung Galaxy S5: Just a slight upgrade
Samsung's Galaxy S5 smartphone is improved over its predecessor, but only in subtle ways.
Major League Baseball goes to bat with 'R.B.I. Baseball 14' reboot
One of the most storied baseball video game franchises of all time has returned, and was developed internally by the league.
Is VR really the next big thing?
Virtual reality technology has been in development for decades, but it's hotter than ever with Facebook's $2 billion acquisition of Oculus VR. Should it be?
Amazon offers employees $5,000 to quit
Amazon CEO Bezos says his $5,000 pay-to-quit program helps to insure that workers at Amazon really want to be there.
Google exec: We love Android and Chrome equally
We talk to Sundar Pichai, the head of Google's Android, Chrome and Apps groups.
The fight to sell (virtual) selling
A number of e-commerce companies have sprung up to help businesses sell digital goods more effectively online. The hardest sale? Themselves.
T-Mobile to sell 4G iPad at Wi-Fi price
T-Mobile is launching a new attack in its effort to shake up the wireless industry.
Apple docs: Samsung misled investors about Galaxy Tab sales
A "top secret" internal report shows Samsung sold half as many Galaxy Tabs as it claimed.
Grand tour of the Apple retail palaces of Europe: Berlin
Second stop on a 5-city tour is a renovated century-old theater on a wide Berlin boulevard.
Change these passwords right now
Worried about the Heartbleed bug? Here are the passwords to change immediately.
Amazon buys digital comics app comiXology
Amazon is targeting a new corner of the media world.
Tech stock rout continues in Asia
Asian tech and telecom stocks plunged Friday as investors sold off their holdings, alarmed by yet another slide in U.S. technology stocks yesterday.
Four tips for negotiating a new tech job
Experts offer advice on how to get what you want and be a team player.
Evernote CEO: Apps will become obsolete
Smart devices and wearables are the future, and they won't run on apps, Libin says.
Food startups are cookin': Munchery raises $28 million for meal delivery
San Francisco-based company expands to Seattle, aims to be in up to 20 cities within next few years.
Comcast grilled in Senate over merger plans
Executives from Comcast and Time Warner Cable appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday to make the case for their merger.
10 Questions: Nico Sell, co-founder and CEO, Wickr
On top-secret messaging, competing against viral growth apps, and protecting one's identity.
In conversation with: Sebastian Thrun, CEO, Udacity
On why higher education is expensive, the importance of the English language, and his designs to go global.
Silicon Valley pushes immigration reform
Tech entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley push for immigration reform with FWD.us.
Atlassian: The $3.3 billion software company you've never heard of
The Aussie business collaboration startup is profitable and quietly preparing for an I.P.O. We talk to co-founder and co-CEO Mike Cannon-Brookes.
Icahn settles with eBay over PayPal
Carl Icahn has dropped a shareholder proposal to split off part of PayPal.
Survey: 40% of early adopters would buy a bigger iPhone
Interest in the so-called iPhone 6 sets a ChangeWave survey record.
Dropbox opens its next chapter, with 275 million users
Cloud-storage startup adopts a multi-app approach, taking on big tech players such as Facebook and Google.
'Drone law' becomes big business
Last month's ruling overturning a ban on commercial drone use highlights just how messy the regulation of domestic drones really is.
Warren Buffett endorses Airbnb
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has reached out to Airbnb to give shareholders cheaper lodging alternatives for next month's annual meeting in Omaha.
Pearl Jam's Dropbox hypocrisy
Dropbox makes major announcement, and a little part of me just died.
A big challenge to GrubHub's post-IPO growth? Fax machines
The food ordering company reveals that many of its restaurant customers have yet to adopt tablets.
Ex-Urban Outfitters CEO talks about his new private equity plans
Glen Senk has more than $350 million to invest into growing consumer and retail companies.
In the era of mobile, the web will live on
People are spending more time on their mobile phones versus their desktops, but the mobile web still has its place for companies to market themselves.
Heartbleed bug: What you need to know
Heartbleed takes advantage of a fatal flaw in a safety feature that is supposed to keep your Web communication private.
J.P. Morgan: Apple is leaving $63 billion on the table
All it needs to do, says the bank's new Apple analyst, is put a keyboard on the iPad.
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