Etsy, Fitbit, GoDaddy and Party City all have hopes of turning around misfortunes since their IPOs.
The video game industry has drastically changed since its early beginnings with Atari in the 1970s.
Microsoft said it would cut about 2,850 more jobs over the next 12 months, for total planned job cuts of 4,700, or about 4 percent of its workforce.
The Japanese company, Funai Electric, plans to stop making VCRs due to a decline in sales.
"Pokemon Go" is a fully fledged phenomenon with thousands of players buried in their smartphones.
Apple's next iPhone may not have a mute switch, according to photos leaked on Chinese site Weibo.
Michael Yoshikami, Destination Wealth Management Founder & CEO, and Mark Spoonauer, LaptopMag.com, discuss whether Samsung is eclipsing Apple as the smartphone of choice with CNBC'S Kelly Evans.
Deep pocketed collectors shelled out top dollar for "Star Trek" memorabilia at a Hollywood auction last week.
Macquarie's Ben Schachter initiated coverage on GameStop with an outperform rating.
Spotify says Apple is making it harder for the streaming music company to compete by blocking its newest version, Recode reports.
Amazon's new dome-shaped headquarters is bringing renewable energy to the work space.
Facebook and Netflix rely on non-U.S. markets for growth, while Google could face new regulatory hurdles, experts warn.
Brexit may threaten the export of British film and TV series to Europe, which is the largest market for the U.K.
IDC's Kiranjeet Kaur says Samsung is determining whether it should focus on other areas away from its flagship products.
CNBC's Josh Lipton looks at a report there are no big changes for Apple's next iPhone.
Investors will watching for news about Samsung's investments in high-end screen display and memory technologies, says Bernstein's Mark Newman.
Increasing competition from Alibaba and difficulties in diversification will likely dampen JD.com's growth story, says M Science's Henry Guo.
Core gamers held a hostile view of Electronic Arts – and investors weren't much happier.
Sony's taking pains not to compare the launch of PlayStation VR to that of a new video game console.
After you’ve spent your hard-earned cash on an appliance or tech item that costs a pretty penny, do you still need to plunk down more money on an extended warranty for it? CNBC’s Sharon Epperson gives you the insight the next time you are asked at the register if you want the extended warranty.