Check out the new Xiaomi 'Mi Notebook Air' laptop. The Chinese technology company is known for designs that look a lot like Apple products.
Breitbart tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos was permanently removed from Twitter after starting a barrage of hateful Tweets directed at Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones. He sits down with CNNMoney's Alison Kosik.
A Washington D.C. man bought the domain name ClintonKaine.com in 2011 for $8. CNN affiliate WJLA reports.
Even the unfriendliest of crowded intersections are becoming social hotspots as people around the country become absorbed by Pokemon Go.
The Democratic National Committee is tying the leaked emails to hackers in Russia. CNNMoney's Jose Pagliery explains why "attribution" is extremely difficult to establish.
In the '90s, Yahoo was a dominant technology powerhouse. But since then, a series of missteps have led to diminished influence and value. Now the company is being bought by Verizon (without Alibaba) for a mere $4.8 billion.
3DomFuel, a North Dakota startup, manufactures filaments for 3D printers using recycled agricultural waste. Currently, the available materials include coffee, beer, and hemp.
CNN's Oren Liebermann takes a look inside Space IL, the Israeli company that wants to put a rover on the moon as part of Google's Lunar XPRIZE competition.
In 2050 there will be 2 billion more mouths to feed. How do we do more with less? The Climate Corporation is helping farmers produce higher yields by programming their fields with digital technology and heat mapping.