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The Road to Philly: DNC delegates turn to crowdfunding

Like their candidates, delegates to the convention are turning to the internet and social media to help raise money.

By July 24, 2016


T-Mobile bulks up as new customers gobble pizza freebies and more

The aggressive No. 3 carrier once again leads the industry in the critical area of adding customers.

By July 27, 2016


​ Yahoo Sports, Finance get makeovers

The revamped pages are similar to recent updates made to Yahoo's homepage and news site. The goal is to offer cleaner pages with more personalization.

By July 13, 2016


AT&T simplifies its phone financing plans

The carrier is cutting the number of installment plans it offers from four to two.

By May 23, 2016


20 most useful Alexa skills

Alexa has a ton of functionality out of the box, but the real magic happens when you dig into the world of skills and third-party support.

By July 28, 2016


AT&T's 'thanks' keeps existing phone customers happy, but doesn't win new ones

Competition is fierce in wireless as AT&T focuses on new businesses like video and its DirecTV acquisition for future growth.

By July 21, 2016


Oracle shells out $9.3 billion for cloud app pioneer NetSuite

Oracle -- whose CEO Larry Ellison was NetSuite's first and biggest investor -- sees midsize customers in its future.

By July 28, 2016


What the Verizon-Yahoo deal means for users

Verizon is buying Yahoo's internet assets for $4.83 billion. CNET's Lexy Savvides and Ian Sherr have the Inside Scoop on what it means if you use Yahoo Mail, Sports and Finance.

By July 25, 2016


Twitter says it's having trouble competing for advertising dollars

Sales in the third quarter won't come close to Wall Street's estimates as advertisers increasingly favor rival social networks.

By July 26, 2016


SoftBank to grab chip designer ARM for $32 billion

ARM will continue to expand and to design chips for the phones you buy. SoftBank, meanwhile, is training its gaze on the internet of things.

By July 18, 2016