Ari Levy is CNBC's senior technology reporter in San Francisco. He joined in June 2014.
Prior to CNBC, he spent 11 years at Bloomberg News, starting with financial coverage in New York, before moving to the Bay Area, where he wrote about venture capital, deals and dealmakers, technology start-ups and innovation. He also edited stories across the technology landscape and contributed to Bloomberg Businessweek and Bloomberg Markets.
Snap owns the most popular app on the iPhone and, believe it or not, its name isn't Snapchat.
The institutional investors who came in late and at a high price to the Snap party are looking to a post-IPO bounce to make their returns.
Twitter attracted 5.1 million people to watch the Grammys, more than for any event other than the presidential election and inauguration.
Uber's autonomous driving technology may be developing quickly, but the company needs to find enough test cities to make it work.
Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf is confident that his company's licensing model will prevail in a legal battle with Apple.
Oracle co-CEO Mark Hurd says customers are choosing his company's cloud over AWS because the technology is fresher.
The NBA's Warriors have become part of the fabric of Silicon Valley, thanks to a remarkable winning run and a group of tech-savvy owners.
Snap is spending $450 million on cloud hosting services this year, which is more than it generated in revenue all of last year.
While President Trump's demands that companies hire American is gaining some traction, Zenefits shows just how complicated that can be.