Consumer Discretionary Consumer Electronics

  • AMC: No phones in theaters

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the blacklash against AMC about their initial idea about allowing cell phones in movie theaters.

  • Apple shares fall on iPhone production headline

    CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on Apple shares falling after news from a Japanese news outlet about the company notifying suppliers of plans to slow iPhone production.

  • Cashing in on Facebook Live

    Andy Smith, CEO DailyBurn, and Jesse Hertzberg, Livestream CEO, talk about their companies' partnerships with Facebook on its Facebook Live platform.

  • Apple predicts how long you'll use an iPhone

    The company says the average customer will carry an iPhone for three years before updating to a new model.

  • GoPro introduces developer tools

    CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on GoPro's new developer program for other companies to integrate their tech with the popular action camera.

  • Japan's electronics giant Sharp unveils the humanoid robot shaped smartphone 'Robohon' at a preview of Asia's largest electronics trade show Ceatec in Chiba on October 6, 2015.

    Sharp's new pint-size RoBoHoN phone is a robot that walks.

  • Fitbit to the rescue?

    Dr. Alfred Sacchetti, Chief of Emergency Medicine at Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center, talks about how data from a patient's Fitbit helped guide ER doctors and save the man's life.

  • Goldman bullish on Apple

    Discussing a new research note from Goldman Sachs on Apple with Jon Brod, Confide Co-Founder & President, and Terry Kawaja, CEO and Founder at LUMA Partners.

  • HP introduces world's thinnest laptop

    HP introduces the world's thinnest laptop. CNBC's Josh Lipton reports the details.

  • Apple as a value play?

    Paul Dietrich, CEO and Chief Investment Officer at Fairfax Global Markets LLC, discusses why he thinks Apple may be a value play now.

  • Happy 40th birthday Apple

    Apple was founded 40 years ago on April 1st, 1976. CNBC's Jon Fortt highlights the company's evolution.

  • Have we reached peak smartphone?

    Christopher Rolland, semiconductor analyst at FBR Capital Markets, talks about the state of the global smartphone market and how Apple's ecosystem for devices could be a boon for the company.

  • BlackBerry CEO: We will get to profitability by September

    BlackBerry CEO John Chen talks to CNBC's Jon Fortt about the recent earnings release and his outlook for the company.

  • Alphabet's bet on Nest in trouble?

    Mark Bergen, Associate Editor at Re/code, talks about potential trouble in paradise for Alphabet's $3 billion bet on Nest Labs and the acquisition of Dropcam.

  • iPhone SE wooing Android users

    CNBC's Josh Lipton reports from a Palo Alto Apple Store where CEO Tim Cook made a surprise appearance today about how the launch of the iPhone SE has lured some Android users to make the switch.

  • Tim Cook arrives at Palo Alto Apple Store

    CNBC's Josh Lipton reports from a Palo Alto Apple Store where Apple CEO Tim Cook appeared to meet with potential customers

  • iPhone SE now shipping

    CNBC's Josh Lipton reports from a Palo Alto Apple Store as the iPhone SE and new iPad Pro are available today.

  • Early indications of strong Samsung Galaxy S7 sales

    Samsung likely shipped 9.5 million S7 phones in the first quarter, surpassing initial estimates of 7 million units.

  • Mossberg reviews iPhone SE, iPad Pro

    Walter Mossberg, Editor-at-Large at Re/code and executive editor at The Verge, reviews Apple's latest iPhone and iPad releases.

  • Apple vs. bears & the FBI

    Jon Brod, Co-Founder of both AOL Ventures and Confide, and Mike Isaac, Tech Correspondent for the New York Times, discuss Apple's exit from the bear market as well as the company's recent fight with the FBI.