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Artificial intelligence is a "momentous development," says George Lee, a top Goldman tech banker.
Romit Shah, Nomura Securities, looks ahead to Intel's earnings.
Analysts are expecting the semiconductors space to build on its recent success and continue driving shares higher.
Shares of parent company Take Two Interactive jumped after creators of the "Grand Theft Auto" series teased the release of a new game earlier.
The prospect of a President Donald J. Trump is pushing the tech community to move beyond its traditional role as donors.
JPMorgan Chase, HP, and United are making headlines this Friday morning before the opening bell.
After months of buildup, Sony's PlayStation VR hits the market.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak describes the right ingredients for a tech start-up and says the best engineers have the right aptitude, not the best grades.
A third replacement Samsung Note 7 caught fire earlier this week, and its owner expressed concern about how it was handled, WKYT reported Saturday.
CNBC's Arjun Kharpal and Jeremy Gleeson, fund manager at Axa Framlington, discuss Google's push into hardware.
Consumers were expected to spend more than $11 billion on virtual reality (VR) technology over the next few years, according to IHS Markit.
Billionaire Chris Sacca tells CNBC Twitter can fit nicely with many of the potential bidders being tossed around.
McDonald's, Amazon and Micron Technology are making headlines this Wednesday morning on Wall Street.
James Gautrey, global sector specialist for technology and telecoms at Schroders, discusses Google's ability to compete on hardware.
GoPro's promise of easier storytelling has arrived, Chairman and CEO Nick Woodman tells CNBC.
The search giant is set to make a number of hardware announcements at its event in San Francisco on Tuesday.
Google will launch the first smartphones that carry its own brand, as part of a batch of new devices aimed at competing with Apple and Amazon.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen said that outsourcing its hardware development will set the business up for long-term growth.
Gary Dickerson predicts consumers will see a large adoption of OLED displays for mobile devices and more drastic changes to the screen.