President Barack Obama throws his support to his former rival and everyone slams Republican nominee Donald Trump on the third night of the Democratic National Convention.
Credo Action is seeking 10,000 online signatures on a petition that urges the government to not let the GOP presidential nominee attend security briefings.
Representatives from Microsoft, Facebook, and Amazon tell Democratic members of Congress they need a better-educated and more diverse workforce to stay competitive in the global economy.
Mark Zuckerberg's focus on live video has turned the social network into a destination of the political stage.
Julian Assange also declines to confirm or deny to CNN whether Russia is to blame for hacking the emails his site published last week.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sees Oculus as part of his plans to "connect" more people throughout the world.
In an all earnings show, we talk about Apple's, Twitter's and T-Mobile's financial results.
The online retailer launches the Kickstarter Collection, a selection of over 300 products that originated on the crowdfunding platform.
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Diehard fans of Mozilla's desktop browser now have a new mobile version for their iPhone or iPad.
With his speech at the Democratic National Convention, the former president shows that he still knows how to rock a lectern. The Twitterati weigh in.
Iowa football player Faith Ekakitie says he's "thankful to be alive" after being searched at gunpoint by police while playing the popular app in a park.
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