Intel and Micron Technology are working the same modern semiconductor facility to defray costs, the New York Times reports.
Snap's first venture investor, Jeremy Liew of Lightspeed, insisted on aggressive terms that Evan Spiegel later worked around, the New York Times reports.
The "Fast Money" traders discuss what trades to make after Nvidia's downgrade.
Nintendo is taking a fresh approach to the video game market with the new Switch console.
Alphabet-owned Jigsaw has developed software that can identify toxic comments online, the New York Times reports.
Interviews with more than 30 current and former Uber employees paint a picture of an aggressive workplace, the New York Times reports.
Customers will soon be able to unlock cash dispensers' coffers by using their phone, the New York Times reports.
Google, Amazon, and Microsoft could become some of the tech giant's most challenging rivals, analyst Brian White tells CNBC.
Magic Leap investor Benedict Evans said worries over leaked photos allegedly showing technical problems are unwarranted.
Google used the Super Bowl to plug its Google Home connectivity service, but the TV commercial apparently confused the systems.
Apple has pricing power and that's "worth a whole lot more than 12 times earnings," Miller says.
Facebook's better-than-expected earnings may mean an acquisition-heavy year for the social media giant, analyst Richard Kramer says.
Apple's earnings beat revealed its rapidly expanding services revenue, a possible gateway to original content, analyst Will Power says.
Nintendo's strong intellectual property library and the upcoming launch of its new Switch consoles could see an earnings reversal.
Google executives are matching their deeds with donations, USA Today reports.
This new way to store data in compliance with local regulations is resonating with customers, VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger says.
The tech conglomerate has a lot of things going for it, but growth comes at a cost, Aegis Capital's Victor Anthony says.
The software giant is a strong competitor in the tech space and a consistent innovator, Jay Vleeschhouwer says.
Honeywell, Intel, and Starbucks are making headlines on Wall Street to wrap up the trading week.
The chipmaker reports quarterly earnings and revenue that surpassed analysts' estimates.