With the new Echo Look, Amazon's Alexa can help you get dressed by taking photos and comparing outfits. But do we need computers telling us what not to wear?
A former Verizon legal counselor and Justice Department employee, Ajit Pai is running the Federal Communications Commission under President Trump.
The CEO of the international money transfer startup talks about the impact that President Trump's policies and Brexit could have on his business.
TransferWise CEO Taavet Hinrikus says that he isn't rushing to take his company public, and that he doesn't even think about the startup's valuation. CNNtech's Samuel Burke sits down with him to find out why.
Jake Tapper interviews Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg whose husband died two years ago and wrote a book about coping with loss.
A Russian official posted a video on his Twitter page of FEDOR, a humanoid robot being worked on by the Russian Foundation for Advanced Research Projects. It's shown using tools, driving a car and shooting guns at targets.
The Kairos Summit brought together global tech leaders to focus on how to transform traditional industries. Laurie Segall spoke to partner Ankur Jain on getting young entrepreneurs involved in collaborative solutions.
Some buyers of Samsung's latest smartphone, the Galaxy S8, have received devices with red-tinted screens. This follows the infamous exploding Galaxy Note 7 debacle, and a delay in the company's voice assistant Bixby. Samuel Burke reports.
In this Tech vs. Taboos episode, CNNTech's Sara O'Brien sits down with Sam Frons, founder of Addicaid, a personalized addiction recovery app. Frons is both a recovering addict and a tech entrepreneur who believes addiction recovery is ripe for innovation.