After years of shrinking, the market for personal computers seems to be strengthening.» Read More
Will Alibaba continue to benefit from current tailwinds? R.J. Hottovy, strategist at Morningstar, previews its earnings report.
Apple is expected to unveil its TV plans next month, including a redesigned remote control and a plan to entice cord-cutters.
What’s on the agenda for Cisco? Chuck Robbins will succeed John Chambers as the next chief executive of the company.
It was a mixed bag for earnings in the tech space, but one favorite stood out of the crowd for Morgan Creek Capital Management's Mark Yusko.
Aymar de Lencquesaing, Lenovo North America, shares the company's strategy to become the top PC maker in the U.S.
The challenge facing Periscope isn't user interest or support from its parent, Twitter. It may come down to usage and speed.
Apple’s iPad sales are being challenged by both the new iPhone 6 Plus and Apple computers, according to CEO Tim Cook.
White House officials said that no classified networks had been compromised, and that the hackers had collected no classified information.
Tech savvy Apple Watch owners could be underwhelmed. What Apple really needs is a watch with a bigger screen, according to one expert.
Three tech titans report earnings after the bell Thursday—Microsoft, Google and Amazon. Here's what to watch.
Scott Kessler, S&P Capital IQ analyst, provides an in-depth look at what to expect from Facebook’s earnings.
Expect your Google search results to get a bit more mobile friendly starting Tuesday.
IBM faces serious currency headwinds as it prepares to report earnings after the bell on Monday, Morningstar's Peter Wahlstrom told CNBC.
The European Union's antitrust suit against Google is not the first. The euro zone has a history of going after big American tech firms.
Microsoft partners with start-up Cyanogen to create an open source platform that doesn’t rely on Google.
Mark Mahaney, managing director at RBC Capital Markets, tells CNBC how investors should approach Google's trouble with European regulators.
A cold, hard look at Qualcomm after activist firm Jana Partners tells CNBC the company may need to shake things up.
Verizon came up with a new model for estimating the cost of a data breach. The company predicts that if 700 million records were compromised it would cost a business, on average nearly $400 million. Verizon Enterprise Solutions' Mike Denning, provides perspective on business security.
Intel reported a 3 percent rise in profits despite a slowing PC market. CNBC's Jon Fortt digs into the chip giant's numbers.
Sluggishness in the chipmaker's personal computer segment was partially offset by strong growth in its data center business.