Netflix reported earnings that topped estimates, though the company offered weak guidance for the current quarter.
As of last year, Netflix was by far the most-watched streaming service in America.
The company's streaming content obligations have risen to $15.3 billion, up from $12.3 billion a year ago.
Wozniak is headlining the upcoming Silicon Valley Comic Con, an event that aims to unite pop culture and technology.
Officials in New York City are moving to require Uber to provide a tipping option in the app.
A couple of years ago, China quietly surpassed the U.S. in spending on the later stage of R&D that turns discoveries into commercial products.
The American Hotel and Lodging Association described how it planned to rein in the start-up in the future.
A panel recommends that the U.S. develop tools to measure technology, jobs and skills as AI advances, the New York Times reports.
April 13- Samsung Electronics Co Ltd:. *Mobile chief says cannot give up on the China smartphone market. *Mobile chief says aim to recover in the China smartphone market, even if it takes time Further company coverage:.
The stock was the top mover in the S&P 500 on Wednesday morning.
Synaptics makes the technology that helps power mobile phone displays.
The cast and creators of HBO’s hit show “Silicon Valley” previewed the first two episodes of Season 4 in San Francisco. Before the sneak peak, CNBC’s Josh Lipton quizzed the stars on all things tech.
It's all about enforcing different community standards as Facebook expands globally, Zuckerberg told Fast Company.
"Day 2 is stasis. Followed by irrelevance. Followed by excruciating, painful decline," Amazon chief Jeff Bezos writes.
A resurgence in China would be especially crucial to the company.
There are many reasons for the sorry state of commercial aviation in America, and technology is one of them.
Here's what we know about the imminent iPhone 8.
Security researchers: it's possible to defeat smartphone fingerprint readers, the New York Times reports.
Toshiba's losses associated with Westinghouse Electric, and its troubled nuclear power arm, have led to "uncertainty" over its future.
*Regulation, China policy cited by LeEco as reason for drop. April 11- LeEco has scrapped a planned $2 billion acquisition of U.S. consumer electronics company Vizio due to regulatory issues, a fresh setback to the cash-strapped Chinese conglomerate's expansion drive. LeEco, one of China's most ambitious companies that grew from a Netflix-like video website to...