Consumer Discretionary Consumer Electronics

  • Sony files a patent for contact lens camera

    The Japanese electronics company is working on contact lens that can take photos with a blink of an eye.

  • Tim Cook: Huge market potential in this country

    Jim Cramer spoke with Apple CEO Tim Cook on the one country he has his eye on that could be a game changer very soon.

  • Tim Cook: Still optimistic about China

    Jim Cramer spoke with Apple CEO Tim Cook, who provided insight on what he considers to be the most important element for Apple long term and discusses his views on China.

  • Blackberry CEO: Good growth & 2 new phones by year end

    CNBC's Brian Sullivan sits down with John Chen, CEO of Blackberry, at the Milken Institute Global conference, for insight on Blackberry's expansion.

  • Amazon tablet shipments spike 5,421%

    The e-commerce giant says it shipped 2.2 million tablets during the first quarter of 2016, getting a boost from the Fire table.

  • Amazon wants to sell you  more stuff for the kitchen

    The ecommerce giant is selling the first non-Amazon device to partner with virtual assistant 'Alexa.'

  • Sony posts 666% rise in profit

    The Japanese electronics giant has been shifting focus to its more profitable and high-margin businesses.

  • Dyson unveils 'significantly quieter' hair dryer

    The company's new machine is expected to be quieter than traditional hair dryers and protect hair from extreme heat damage.

  • TOKYO, April 28- Japanese electronics maker Sony Corp on Thursday reported its biggest annual operating profit since fiscal 2007 due to cost cuts in its struggling smartphone business and brisk demand for PlayStation 4 videogames. But between the lines, Sony's growth prospects may be called into question as its devices business, including image sensors...

  • The consumer electronics explosion

    Bracken Darrell, CEO of Logitech, says he doesn't expect the consumer electronics explosion to end any time soon as more connected devices are sold.

  • TAIPEI, April 28- Taiwan stocks fell on Thursday as Apple Inc's suppliers mostly fell for the second day after the iPhone maker's first-ever fall in smartphone sales wiped off about $36 billion in market value, evoking talk of "peak iPhone." As of 0423 GMT, the main TAIEX index fell 1.1 percent, to 8,473.49, after closing at 8,563.05 in the previous session.

  • *Q1 operating profit $5.8 bln, slightly above earlier guidance. SEOUL, April 28- Tech giant Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Thursday that its first-quarter operating profit rose 12 percent from a year earlier, propelled by strong initial sales for its flagship Galaxy S7 smartphones. Samsung, in a regulatory filing, said January-March operating profit was 6.7...

  • Can Apple grow again?

    Brian Buchwald, CEO & Co-founder of Bomoda, and Alyssa Carroll, Astrsk Senior Account Director, discuss Apple's product and marketing strategies.

  • Vivek Wadhwa: Apple should buy Tesla and make Elon Musk CEO

    CNBC Contributor Bill George, Senior Fellow at Harvard Business School and Fmr. Medtronic Chairman, and Vivek Wadhwa, Fellow at the Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University, discuss whether Apple and its CEO Tim Cook have lost credibility after dismal earnings.

  • Building for Apple's future

    Benjamin Mayo, iOS developer and writer for 9t05 Mac, and editor Ari Levy talk about Apple's product cycle and how the tech giant can continue to grow and innovate.

  • To invest in Apple, look to next product cycle: Pro

    Rod Hall, Analyst at JPMorgan, and Jason Ware, Albion Financial Chief Investment Officer, discuss Apple's dismal earnings release and how to approach investing in the tech giant.

  • Apple's shares were down 7.7 percent at $96.30 in early trading and were set for their biggest one-day fall in more than two years, a day after the company reported its first-ever fall in smartphone sales, arousing talk of "peak iPhone". "And unfortunately, nothing that we've seen about iPhone 7 thus far strikes us as particularly innovative," said Schachter, who cut...

  • Apple's shares were down 8 percent at $95.80 in premarket trading on Wednesday after the company reported its first-ever fall in smartphone sales, arousing talk of "peak iPhone". "And unfortunately, nothing that we've seen about iPhone 7 thus far strikes us as particularly innovative," said Schachter, who cut his price target to $112 from $117 while maintaining...

  • Amazon investors look for growth

    CNBC's Dominic Chu and Michael Pachter of Wedbush Securities discuss the growth expected from when it reports earnings on Thursday.

  • Sculley: I'm a huge Tim Cook fan

    John Sculley, Chairman of PeopleTicker and former Apple CEO, talks about the tech giant's big earnings miss.