If you've been burned by long lines in stores and poor customer service, help could be on the way.
Apple CEO Tim Cook told CNBC that "it is hard to estimate" the opportunity of Samsung's Note 7 dilemma, "but we obviously welcome all switchers."
Software will continue to eat the world and erase some jobs, but history suggests it will create even more, said Andreessen Horowitz VC.
Financial services businesses are quickly launching new Facebook Messenger chatbots to improve the customer service experience.
If you're not great at managing your finances, Bank of America's new chatbot is there to help.
Hate passwords? So do tech companies, merchants and payment processors, so some are trying to get rid of them.
Facebook users can now link their PayPal account to Facebook and Facebook Messenger to buy a movie ticket, order a pizza or book a hair appointment.
Tech's makeover of money — the way we lend, borrow and spend it — is well underway and will be on show at the Money 20/20 conference in Las Vegas.
Microsoft's turnaround strategy seems to be working - the company beat analyst expectations on commercial cloud revenue in its fiscal first-quarter earnings.
Even if Microsoft reports fiscal first quarter earnings that beat analyst expectations, that might not be enough to prevent a stock slide.