Sam Grobart of The New York Times visits Telx, a Manhattan-based company that connects all the data out there to our personal computers.
Google's Nexus 7 tablet is selling out, making the company a potential threat to Apple in the hardware business. And Google isn't the only one looking to cut into Apple's dominance.
One British car factory has doubled its numbers of young people in apprenticeship schemes as jobs become harder to find.
Venture capitalist Marc Andreessen says concern about China manufacturing is overblown because as long as things are designed in the US, that's where the profits stay.
John Graham-Cumming tells the story of Charles Babbage's mechanical, steam-powered "analytical engine" and how Ada Lovelace, mathematician and daughter of Lord Byron, saw beyond its simple computational abilities to imagine the future of computers.
It's a small design change with a potentially big impact on iPhone users. Apple is reportedly ditching the 30-pin connector it has used on all of its mobile devices since the early iPods in favor of a newer smaller 19-pin connector in the new iPhone 5.
Fred Smith, the founder of American Express, believes the answer lies in stumulating private spending on capital goods and services. But just how do we go about doing that?
Venture capitalist Peter Thiel tells Google Chairman Eric Schmidt the company has no idea how to invest its money.
Drones are moving off the battlefield and into everyday life, but some worry what will happen when anyone can afford a spy in the sky.
New versions of Microsoft's word processing, spreadsheet, and email programs will sport touch-based controls and emphasize Internet storage to reflect an industry-wide shift away from the company's strengths in desktop and laptop computers.
Finding a job is never easy, but especially not for older workers who have either been out of the workforce for a while or whose technology skills may not be as up to date as the market demands.
One CEO is offering his employees a $7,500 bonus for employees to take their allocated vacation time.
Richard Florida joins Christine Romans to address the decline in U.S. manufacturing jobs and rise in service industry jobs.
Steve Jobs had an amazing career and life. Biographer Walter Isacson discusses the Apple founder's return to Apple in the late 1990s and his last days.
Steve Jobs was already gravely ill with cancer when he asked author Walter Isaacson to write his biography. Jobs told Isaacson to write an honest book -- about his failings and his strengths as a businessman and a person.
Google's latest signature Android tablet may be powerful and equipped with several quality features, but the company is barely making a profit on it. It currently sells for $199 and costs $184 to make.
What does a robot feel when it touches something? Little or nothing until now. Researchers at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering publish a study in Frontiers in Neurorobotics showing that specially designed robots can be taught to feel even more than humans.
Airbus CEO Fabrice Bregier hopes to double U.S. market share for the European planemaker by building a U.S. factory on Boeing’s home turf, threatening to open up a new chapter in a bitter trans-Atlantic rivalry.
Like magic, but without all the danger. Get more from your iPad with these simple tips and tricks. Many of these also work on the iPhone.