For 17 years the Webby Awards have celebrated the best of the internet. Winners this year included Kevin Spacey, Jerry Seinfeld and Frank Ocean.
A now very rich 26-year-old Tumblr CEO David Karp calls Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer 'a genius of the geniuses' and discusses dropping out of high school.
Microsoft unveils the Xbox One, a new console for high-powered video games plus streaming TV and movies.
Take a sneak peak into Microsoft's research lab where they develop and test the new Xbox One and Kinect.
Launched in 2006, Eventbrite has sold over 100 million tickets for events from two people to a hundred thousand.
With bitcoins still hovering over $100, one miner explains how he makes money running his computer 24/7, supporting the Bitcoin system.
At its annual I/O conference, Google showcased a number of software updates yet almost nothing new in hardware.
A new music service, new maps, voice search and a surprise appearance by CEO Larry Page were among the highlights at Google I/O.
Banks are hiring security consultants to test the safety of their deposits. But often, it's still too easy to steal.
CNNMoney gets an inside look at BMW's North American design lab, where the company works on everything from cars to coffee makers.
Venture capitalist Andreessen thinks Google Glass will be just as 'transformative' as the smartphone - if not more.
U.S. authorities say that cyber thieves used an elaborate scheme involving stolen pre-paid debit card information to steal $45 million from banks.
The U.S. Olympic team has tapped the automaker to design and develop a two-man bobsled for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games.
Google Glass may be the future of computing, but for now it is limited by needing your phone's data connection.
Robots are increasingly being found in hospitals including a $7M robotic pharmacy that lowered medication errors at UCSF medical center in California.
The Chinese manufacturer is looking to win over American consumers with its high-end smartphones.
A big part of Pinterest's growth has stemmed from the website's growing popularity among couples planning their weddings.
The parts making up Samsung's newest flagship phone total a lot less than its $599 retail price.
Cirque du Soleil's Totem show relies on technology they take great pains to keep hidden.
Hacks like the one that took over the the AP's Twitter feed are usually caused by a response to a phishing email asking for account information.
The U.S. spends roughly $60 billion on security and surveillance every year and that number is likely to increase as more cities add security cameras.
A group of pro-Syrian regime hackers calling themselves the Syrian Electronic Army have targeted several major news organizations, including the recent hack of the AP's Twitter page.
As profit margins decrease on iPads and iPhones, pressure increases on Apple to enter a new product category.
Samsung's latest flagship phone sees a lot of hardware improvements, but not enough to warrant ditching last year's model, the S3.
Over 3,000 people die every year from distracted driving. A few technology companies are trying to get the phones out of drivers' hands.
A Topeka Capital Markets analyst predicts that Apple will release a 60-inch TV by the end of this year.
MLB Advanced Media CEO Bob Bowman shows CNNMoney how his company is able to feed live game footage to nearly 400 different devices.
Mars One is accepting applicants for a trip to Mars, but there is a catch: no return flights home.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta meets the first person to receive a new bionic hand that is controlled by a mobile app.
Samsung's latest tablet comes with a stylus and the ability to display multiple apps at once, making it a worthy competitor to Apple's iPad Mini.
As PC sales wane, Nina Dos Santos takes viewers on a trip down memory lane of just how much they used to cost.
After initial rejection from Hollywood studios, the creators of canceled TV-show 'Veronica Mars' turned to Kickstarter to fund a film version.
An experimental pill technology at Mass General Hospital in Boston could change how throat-scanning endoscopies are done.
The Shodan search engine allows anyone to search for anything connected to the Internet and if security settings are not turned on, take control of the device.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed a new app that will deepen Facebook integration with Android phones.
Aereo allows users to stream broadcast networks over the internet and the major media companies are not happy about it.
The winner of an FTC tech contest says his software is designed to filter out annoying robocalls on your phone.
Fortune's Philip Elmer-DeWitt explains why Apple apologized to Chinese consumers and changed its warranty policies.
From turning on lights to changing TV channels to starting your car, smartphones are able to control more of our lives.
Streetline works with cities to place sensors in parking spaces and uses data to help drivers find an open spot with an app called Parker.
In an age of computers, tablets and smartphones, a Massachusetts business continues to survive repairing vintage and electric typewriters.
As companies begin to connect thermostats, cars, and glasses to the Internet, carriers are looking for a way to bill those items.
Nick D'Aloisio sold his mobile news summarizer Summly to Yahoo and will be working for the company while he completes his high-school level exams.
Kickstarter Co-founder Yancey Strickler says the appeal of crowd-funding is the lack of gatekeepers keeping ideas from the public.
Meet Pinger, an app that turns iPods and tablets into phones and processes billions of text messages every month.
The components of Nintendo's new $299 game console aren't the only reason it takes a loss on each device.
The company is drawing criticism from some for sexism towards women at its Galaxy S4 unveiling.
Samsung's latest flagship phone comes with a lot of new camera features and the ability to control the phone using motion gestures.
The new Samsung Galaxy S4 may feature advanced eye controls as the Android heavyweight looks to take a bite out of the iPhone.
Sen. Jerry Moran and Sen. Mark Warner discuss why having more entrepreneurs around like Mark Zuckerberg would improve Congress.