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A new generation of coders, called citizen developers, are creating a big challenge to the role of traditional corporate IT departments.
CNBC's Josh Lipton speaks with Dion Weisler, HP Inc. President & CEO, about the one-year anniversary as a separate company as well as the health of the PC and printing business.
Alibaba, Time Warner and Brocade are making headlines this Wednesday morning before the opening bell.
Chipmaker Broadcom could acquire the network gear maker sometime this week.
AMD's chip in the MacBook Pro was built to ensure high performance while maintaining Mac's extremely thin shape, AMD CEO Lisa Su said.
While their hardware may be very different, the way they're selling these new devices is eerily similar, the Verge reports.
Alphabet's earnings impressed Thursday, showing growth in nearly every area – a good reason to stay invested long-term, one analyst said.
We know a touchscreen strip is coming to the new MacBook Pro. Thanks to an Apple leak, we even know what it will look like, Recode reports.
Microsoft has launched its first ever desktop PC with the world's thinnest LCD screen. Will it win over new customers?
CNBC's Jon Fortt and Yusuf Mehdi, Microsoft Corporate VP, Windows and Devices Group, demonstrate Microsoft's latest Surface Studio desktop, tablet and laptop offerings at the Windows 10 event in New York City.
Shareholders and Wall Streeters are split on Apple's recent earnings report. Here's why, according to two analysts.
The Verge reports the tech giant could be planning to launch a new laptop without an escape key.
It turns out that images of Apple's new MacBook Pro, set to be unveiled on Thursday, are actually hiding inside the latest macOS Sierra update, The Verge reports.
AT&T Chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson tells CNBC the telecommunications giant's mega-deal to buy Time Warner is a "pure vertical integration."
Apple is forecast to report annual iPhone sales falling 9% to about 211 million units, the FT reports.
Many hardcore gamers celebrated the unveiling of Nintendo's new console. But not everyone was wowed.
The tech billionaire tells CNBC he recalled the offer being "$24 billion, when the company was itsy bitsy."
Steve Ballmer responds to speculation he and fellow billionaire Saudi Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal were looking to make a bid.
After the rather disastrous performance of the Wii U, Nintendo will explore new waters next March with its new console — the Nintendo Switch.