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Sony said its net loss for 2014 was likely to be less as cost cuts and higher-than-expected sales helped lift its Q3 profit.
Now you can estimate your mortgage payments with Google.
What people say about you online matters more than ever.
A theme park in Japan is opening a high-tech hotel that will be staffed by robots, according to the hotel's website.
A steady recovery in Europe helped Vodafone to stem the rate of sales decline in its third quarter.
Joe Horowitz has been in venture capital for three decades, so he knows how to spot a bubble. Too many billion-dollar start-ups is a big sign.
With Twitter's growth outpacing Facebook and its ads continuing to be effective, Rob Sanderson, MKM Partners, makes the case for a Twitter rally.
Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce, giant is partnering with LendingClub to help small U.S. businesses secure credit.
Apple announced one of its largest investments ever—a $2 billion global command center in Mesa, Arizona.
The biggest surprise from tech stocks hasn't been positive, but reduced 2015 estimates. Investors shouldn't fold, but should be concerned.
Amazon's blowout earnings on Thursday have analysts wondering if the company can keep the good news coming in the long term.
Shortly after the opening on Friday the company's share price traded above $120. It's previous high had been $119.
It's not just tech giants moving fast into this technology, which lets users experience totally immersive, computer-simulated environments.
The technology start-up market is “overheated”, a top venture capitalist told CNBC, although he stopped short of saying it was in a bubble.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says Google should increase spending on on its most undervalued asset—YouTube.
Yahoo gave shareholders what they wanted, but they didn't stay happy for long. The core business has a deeply negative implied valuation.
CEO Mark Hurd tells CNBC Oracle is ready to start swinging.
After years of giving investors the cold shoulder, Amazon.com is starting to warm up to Wall Street.
When celebrities, politicians, journalists and writers start to post video on Twitter, it will go supernova, Jason Calacanis said.
Amazon issued earnings of 45 cents a share, smashing Wall Street's expectations of 17 cents.
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