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Analysts expected Google-parent Alphabet to report earnings of about $7.97 a share on $20.37 billion in revenue, according to Thomson Reuters.
Verizon reported quarterly earnings that was in line with analysts' expectations on Thursday, but revenue came in a little light.
The decision to bring antitrust proceedings against U.S. tech giant Google was not politically motivated, Europe's competiton chief told CNBC.
While the European Commission argues Google violated anti-trust regulations, technology expert Guy Kawasaki argues otherwise.
Despite a weak outlook, and a rival offering from Amazon, streaming video giant Netflix said the market for streaming video remains huge.
Shares in Ericsson tanked over 10 percent on Thursday after announcing weak first quarter results and reorganization plans.
IBM reported a beat on both the top and bottom line as the company saw continued growth in its cloud revenue.
Netflix reported earnings that doubled analyst expectations, but shares fell in after-hours trading.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear a challenge by a group of authors who contend a major Google project.
It was hard to go a week last year without hearing another story about a start-up threatening the existence of the banks. Challenger banks are no exception.
The success of Alibaba in China and beyond is like the "American Dream," said Duncan Clark, author of the new book on "Alibaba: The House that Jack Ma Built."
Blockchain is unlikely to kill banks, the chair of a bitcoin non-profit organization told CNBC on Monday.
Value investor Mario Gabelli says he would support a buyout of Yahoo's core internet media and search business by Verizon.
"We're going to kill the banks," was the line often pedalled by fintech start-ups in the past couple of years, but that has now changed.
Apple's latest patent seeks to remove the keys from a keyboard—turning it into a giant, force-sensitive touchpad.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen said the company may focus on software only, if the profitability of its hardware doesn't improve.
Huawei reported a 33 percent rise in net profit for 2015 from the previous year, on the back of its growing consumer device business.
Silicon Valley data-driven start-ups drew millions of dollars in VC investment so far this year, new data from PitchBook show.
The jury is out on pre-orders of the iPhone SE in China, but smugglers already have their doubts.
Artifical intelligence (A.I.) isn’t likely to take your job any time soon, according to the CEO of an automation company.
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