However, SunTrust analyst Robert Peck says the board may hold off on any decision because of the complexity of some of the options.
Major companies -- including AT&T, Verizon, Comcast and Time Warner -- argued Friday that the FCC has overstepped its bounds on Internet regulation.
Nintendo's new president has revealed that the company's highly anticipated Nintendo NX console will be completely different from its current Wii U console.
One of the most talked-about smartphone brands in the world, OnePlus will be making its flagship available without an invite as it marks its second birthday.
Yahoo Inc. may be cut up and sold -- with its popular little social network perhaps attracting the most interest from potential buyers.
The social network is extending its live video feature to some users in the United States.
History has proven that Americans flock to guns after high-profile shootings. Investors are seeing dollar signs in upcoming gun sales.
The only thing more fun than flying a drone is watching one crash -- as long as it's not yours.
The app offered a Live Story called "California Shooting" and showed photos and videos from San Bernardino.
Social networks allow anyone to publicly voice suicidal thoughts. How do they respond when users are in distress?
This year was the biggest Thanksgiving season for stores ever, and Amazon capitalized on it in a big way.
As the board of Yahoo is set to consider the future of the company, one of the key decisions is likely to be whether to fire CEO Marissa Mayer.
In a letter to their new daughter, Mark Zuckerberg and his wife pledged to give away Facebook shares valued at $45 billion.
Research shows each successive Samsung Galaxy flagship device has bigger price reductions than its predecessors.
Snapchat publishers can now share content on Facebook and Twitter.
Beats headphones, cell phones and handbags were among the goods used to try to trick customers this year.
Apple is closing in on Samsung at a time the South Korean conglomerate is heading for its lowest profits in four years.
The Russian state monopoly, which supplies a third of Europe's gas, is accused of anticompetitive practices.
Brit+Co, an online retail and do-it-yourself fashion startup, has earned a highly coveted spot on the ephemeral mobile media app, temporarily.
India will have 500 million unique mobile subscribers by the end of this year, according to a projection released by GSM Association, an industry lobby.