April 28- Amazon.com Inc on Thursday reported profit and revenue that blew past analysts' expectations, sending its shares soaring in after-hours trading and demonstrating the growing market power of its core retail business and new cloud services division. Shares of the world's biggest online retailer jumped nearly 13 percent to $679 in extended trading... » Read More
Competition is growing for wearable digital devices, reveals Dennis Berman, The Wall Street Journal.
Roxanne Meyer, UBS analyst, explains how a recall at Lululemon has lowered the company's first quarter revenue forecast.
Mark McKechnie, Evercore Partners analyst; and Stuart Jeffrey, Nomura analyst, debate which mobile company is poised to take the lead in the race for smartphone users.
Will Apple's new ad campaign prove effective in the smartphone wars? Israel Ganot, Gazelle co-founder and CEO, weighs in.
Bad news for Boeing, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau, rival Airbus has struck a record deal with Indonesia's Lion Air.
The e-retailer is getting a cut in their unique business model, says Dan Niles, Alpha One Capital Partners.
Liz Dunn, Macquarie Capital analyst, weighs in on JC Penney's transformation plan and explains why she has a "neutral' rating on the stock and lowered her price target to $15 per share.
Steven Levy, Wired senior writer; and Lance Ulanoff, Mashable editor-in-chief, showcase features on Samsung's newest mobile device and discuss growing competition in smartphone business.
Alex Gauna, JMP Securities analyst takes a closer look at what Samsung's newest smartphone means for the competition.
Charles Golvin, Forrester Research analyst, discusses whether Samsung will finally grab a bigger share of the smartphone market away from Apple with the launch of its Galaxy S4.
Brian Cooley, CNET.com editor-at-large, provides a preview of what new features Samsung is likely to unveil tonight, as the smartphone race heats up.
A look at how to play Apple ahead of Samsung's launch of its new Galaxy S4 tomorrow, with Tavis McCourt, Raymond James analyst.
Will BlackBerry dethrone Apple as the world's leading smartphone maker or will Samsung capture the title? Bridget Carey, CNET senior editor, weighs in on the increasing competition in this tech space.
Competition for smartphone users is heating up. Will the BB10 prove a viable competitor to Apple and Samsung? Dennis Berman, Wall Street Journal; and Roger Cheng, CNET, discuss.
CNBC's Jon Fortt reports BlackBerry is taking pre-orders on its new smartphone. And, Peter Misek, Jefferies analyst, weighs in on whether the device will impact the company long-term.
CNBC's Jon Fortt reports PayPal is offering a new mobile app that it hopes will fend off some scrappy competitors.
Amin Khoury, BE Aerospace co-founder, chairman & CEO, discusses how his company makes your in-flight trip more comfortable, and why he supports Ben Bernanke's policies.
Apple's not executing as "crisply" as some of its competitors, said Alex Gauna, JMP Securities analysts on what the tech giant needs to become more competitive.
According to Fortune Magazine, Apple is the most admired company in the world, reports CNBC's Melissa Lee.
Francesco Guerrera, Wall Street Journal, explains what Apple's CEO needs to say that will indicate he's getting the company back on track. And, Mikey Campbell, AppleInsider editor, weighs in on innovation and what an iWatch may look like.