In an industry that makes its fortunes off of annual franchises, Electronic Arts' "Madden NFL" remains king of the hill.
A rare Apple 1 computer is up for auction; bids have already topped $270,000 with six days remaining, Recode reported.
Haitong International's Jean-Louis Lafayeedney says Lenovo will likely take around one to two more years before its smartphone business turns profitable.
Drexel Hamilton's Brian White reckons Apple wanted to show its commitment to China's shift towards higher value industries, such as in R&D.
Apple will boost its investment in China and build its first Asia-Pacific research and development center in the country, Tim Cook said on Tuesday.
Investor Bert Dohmen said you'd have to be "deaf, dumb and blind" to buy Apple stock. Michael Yoshikami says, "that's ridiculous."
Apple is reportedly planning to release new iPads, including a new 10.5-inch iPad Pro, the Verge reports.
The new model could feature a touch-screen strip for function keys, a slimmer screen and a Touch ID scanner.
Symantec shares jumped over 4 percent on Friday after posting better-than-expected revenue for the first quarter.
Etsy, Fitbit, GoDaddy and Party City all have hopes of turning around misfortunes since their IPOs.
The video game industry has drastically changed since its early beginnings with Atari in the 1970s.
While IPOs may steal the spotlight, a pair of experts suggested looking for growth in older technology companies like Apple and HP Enterprise.
Bracken Darrell, CEO of Logitech, talks about the tech company's latest results and explains from where the sales strength is coming.
Facebook has had a remarkable year. More than 1.65 billion people use the service, making it the world's largest social network.
Discussing Microsoft's growth in the cloud, with Walter Price, Allianz Global Investors, and Brent Thill, UBS software analyst.
Microsoft shares are higher after the company posted better-than-expected quarterly results, and the CEO Satya Nadella says the cloud is winning significant customer support.
Harold Goddijn, CEO of TomTom, discusses the company's earnings and the transition from hardware to software and services in driving revenue.
Bank of America, Hasbro and Arm Holdings are making headlines this Monday morning to kick off the week.