Google's design presents a bucolic vision of movable structures to be built under curving and translucent canopies.
Uber suffered a breach to an internal database in 2014 that exposed data on about 50,000 drivers, the car service company announced.
The art of distilling whiskey is centuries old, but that doesn't mean 21st-century tech can't enter the equation somewhere.
Graham crackers are not supposed to smell like this.
More than 500 jails and prisons across 43 states and Washington, D.C., now use video systems for visitation.
The Internet's naming system is expanding beyond the traditional domains like .com and .org -- and this week Google paid $25 million for ".app" in an auction.
Oil tycoon Harold Hamm told CNBC on Friday his nearly $1 billion check to ex-wife Sue Ann Arnall helped put his divorce "in the rearview mirror."
While social media argues if #thedress is blue and black or white and gold, the British clothing company behind the frock is reaping the benefits.
More than 500 prisons and jails across 43 states and Washington, D.C., now use video systems for visitation.
The TSA keeps a running log on Instagram of the most dangerous, bizarre and prohibited items the agency has stopped passengers from taking on board airplanes.
Macy's lawsuit accuses JC Penney of interfering improperly with its exclusive merchandising contract with Martha Stewart.
The Federal Communications Commission votes to prohibit Internet service providers from granting faster access to companies that pay for the privilege.
If 2014 was the "Year of the Recall," 2015 will be following close behind.
Homeowners' post-recession fling with smaller dwellings has fizzled.
Apple will hold an event March 9, the company said Thursday, amid speculation that the launch of the Apple Watch was near.
Butt enlargements are skyrocketing, according to new data from plastic surgeons, who says curvy celebrities are behind the trend.
Seeking kinder, gentler divorces, more couples are turning to collaborative divorce.
If the Sony hack wasn't telling enough, there's more evidence that "confidential" is a laughable concept at the office.
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies has signed an agreement with a developer in central California to build a five-mile Hyperloop line.
Discussing how President Obama plans to change the rules on brokers who deal with retirement accounts, with CNBC's Sharon Epperson.
A Chinese company is pumping billions into a project that many critics say isn't needed and could prove to be an environmental disaster. Why?
Here's one way to get a rise out of a stock price.
Federal regulators vote Thursday on whether the Internet should be treated like a public utility.
Morgan is the latest bank to pay billions to settle pending charges related to its role in the 2008 financial crisis.
Decades of overfishing and the international demand for cheap seafood mean Thai boats are increasingly turning to slave labor as fishermen flee.
Let the wage battle begin.
There's an app for almost everything - but don't bet your life on one that promises to detect skin cancer.
For the scores of vehicle owners who are tired of not being able to get their in-car communication systems to work: You are not alone.
A lawyer said his client, 45-year-old Ellen Pao, had received erotic poetry and sketches of nude women from a senior partner.