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When Intel reports earnings after the bell Tuesday, investors will have a better sense of where the PC market is headed.
IBM is teaming with Apple, J&J and Medtronic in hopes of revolutionizing the health care industry.
Sprint wants to put 5,000 home-delivery cars in major cities this year as part of its new home-delivery service.
Pre-orders opened for the much-hyped Apple Watch on Friday. So what should investors watch amid all the hype?
One million watches will be sold this weekend according to Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray analyst, and that's not counting everyday consumers.
Google wants to be everywhere (even outer space), and now the tech behemoth wants to stay closer to home. Your home.
Samsung’s new Galaxy will compete with the iPhone, but how it stacks up to other Androids could be a real indicator of its success.
The next step above HD video—called 4K video—takes up too much bandwidth for mass adoption, according to a report in BuzzFeed News.
Google has "earned that right" to be able to build its own profit-generating solutions, private investor Eric Schiffer says
New feature for automated shipments could limit Amazon customers and hurt new brands, according to one economist.
Imagine downloading 25 songs in less than one second. That’s how fast AT&T’s U-Verse with AT&T GigaPower claims to be.
Apple Watch is expected to push the wearable devices market forward, and Pebble's product is benefiting from that and reportedly has a better battery.
Periscope and Meerkat are betting on live-streaming as the next big thing. What's the difference between the two buzzy apps?
For investors that can stomach the volatility, BlackBerry should be an attractive company in 2016, according to this analyst.
How much growth can Apple see in the next few years and has the easy money already been made? Brian Colello weighs in.
Facebook wants to turn news content into native Facebook posts, according to The New York Times.
Google wants to track television commercials the same way it tracks Web ads, and that's big news for the advertising industry.
The FAA has cleared Amazon drones for testing, but don't expect to see that package land in your backyard any time soon. Here's why.
Despite Apple's stellar stock performance, it could add some volatility to Dow Jones industrial average.
DeNA has launched a “business and capital alliance” with gaming giant Nintendo; meaning that Luigi and Mario could be on your phone quite soon.