Telepresence robots are a new niche of products that hope to improve the video conferencing experience.
This company, a leader in providing in-flight Wi-Fi service, would be an attractive long-term buy if a broad selloff knocks the stock's price down a bit, Jim Cramer says.
Game developer King Digital is seeking a steep valuation in its upcoming IPO. It's aggressive for a company with just one hit product, but still a discount to some peers.
These smartphone cases pack a backup supply of juice, ready to recharge your device when you need it. Here's how they compare in price and performance.
MyMagic+, a $1 billion experiment in crowd control, data collection and wearable technology, could change the way people play -- and spend -- at the Magic Kingdom. But not everyone is singing its praises.
Hotels and restaurants are increasingly fighting back against negative online reviews -- by suing the writers. So be careful how you phrase your disgust with that disappointing dinner.
The Internet search giant doesn't quite know what it wants to be when it grows up, and that leaves investors and analysts struggling to place a value on the stock.
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