Coached, a new app for Apple iOS, connects amateur baseball players with MLB pros for one-on-one video analysis.
Physician Dr. Nina Radcliff on the new deadly superbug to reach the United States.
A U.S. jury handed Google a major victory on Thursday in a long-running copyright battle with Oracle over Android software.
Bernie Sanders is letting it rip on America's CEOs and they're ripping right back.
Microsoft said on Wednesday it will trim down its smartphone business by cutting 1,850 jobs, most of them in Finland, and write down $950 million from the operation.
Apple wants in on India's vast market.
The British Tabloid Dailymail.com is attracting 240 million unique users a month worldwide.
Gronkowski’s popularity with younger fans meshes perfectly with Electronic Arts’ recent bid to expand its base of mobile game users.
Terrorist group ISIS is now targeting children. It has released a new kid-friendly app that uses cartoons, bright colors and allegedly guns to teach the Arabic alphabet and language.
Former NATO Commander Admiral James Stavridis on the U.S. Navy firing an officer over sailors detained by Iran and a new ISIS Android app reportedly targeting children.
NBA All-Star and M7 Tech Partners founder Carmelo Anthony discusses his latest tech venture from TechCrunch Disrupt in New York City.
Oracle Corp and Google faced off on Tuesday in a $9 billion (6 billion pounds) intellectual property retrial, with Oracle accusing Google of stealing programming to become the world’s leading smartphone player and Google saying it acted legally as a true innovator.
FBNs Liz MacDonald and Anthony Scaramucci discuss their outlook for Apple ahead of CEO Tim Cooks visit to China.
For many people, the days of air travel are about to become as simple as requesting an Uber.
Silicon Valley has seen its share of uncertainty as the half way point in the year approaches.
Wheels Up CEO Kenny Dichter on how the company's business model is changing the private aviation industry.
Priceline Group's stock is getting punished after a weaker-than-expected outlook.
Apple shares are taking an unusual beating. Here's why....
Sprint, the No.4 U.S. wireless carrier, forecast a jump in full-year operating income as it continues to slash costs to offset the heavy discounts it had offered to attract customers.
Last week, Apple reported disappointing quarterly earnings and an even more disappointing outlook.