Europe has the best hurricane forecasting model, for a variety of reasons, including funding. The U.S. could catch up if it was organized better.» Read More
Consumers and investors will get a peak in to Google's future from its two-day I/O conference which starts tomorrow. Here's some of what to expect.
Charter's deal with Time Warner will put it in a position to better compete with other media giants.
Google's has floated the idea of making internet-connected teddy bears that will have the ability to control devices in the home.
Could Google Maps be meeting its match with Apple Maps? Apple could be adding transit directions to its mapping app, making it a stronger challenger to the dominant player.
Pebble—the smartwatch maker known for crowdfunding—has hit a growth slog, turning to a bank for capital, TechCrunch reported.
Video game hardware maker Nvidia is testing autonomous cars that use its graphics processors.
May 20- Data storage equipment maker NetApp Inc reported fourth-quarter results below analysts' estimates, hurt by lower sales to original equipment manufacturers, sending its shares down more than 10 percent in extended trading. NetApp has been trying to boost growth by focusing on cloud-based products as businesses cut spending on high-end storage...
LG Display unveiled its 'wallpaper' TV that is no thicker than a sticker at an event in South Korea, reports NBC news.
CleverFoodies co-founder Paolo Volpati-Kedra pitches his start-up to a panel of experts on CNBC
Why Google, Twitter and their users benefit from tweets appearing on mobile search results.
SEATTLE, May 20- Microsoft's plan to make its new version of Windows a mobile hit by letting it accept tweaked Apple and Android apps has met an obstacle: some of the software developers the company needs to woo just aren't interested. Windows phones accounted for just 3 percent of global smartphone sales last year, compared with about 81 percent for devices with...
Apple IS going into the TV business, despite claims in a WSJ article to the contrary, Michael Yoshikami says. However, it may not be an actual TV.
After years of telling investors an Apple-branded television was imminent, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster offered a mea culpa on Tuesday.
In an open letter to Tim Cook, Icahn said he believes the company will enter the television space in 2016. Apple recently shelved such plans.
CNBC's Dominic Chu and PCMag.com editor-in-chief Dan Costa talk about why Apple may not want to sell its own 4K TV set.
Apple has acquired yet another mapping company. CNBC's Bertha Coombs and Tom's Guide Associate Editor Mike Andronico talk about what to expect from the tech giant as a result.
Abigail Elise, International Business Times tech reporter, discusses Apple's HomeKit, a system designed to allow users to control their heat, home appliances, lighting, and devices online. The company says its smart devices will be released in June.
There's an Uber for everything and investors are paying attention. Investment activity in on-demand apps surge.
*3rd- qtr rev $12.1 bln vs est $12.07 bln. May 13- Cisco Systems Inc's quarterly profit edged past market estimates as demand for new switches, routers, wireless gear and servers made up for sluggish spending by telecom customers and weak sales in emerging markets. He also shot down rumors that Cisco bid $9 billion for FireEye Inc, sending the cybersecurity...
May 13- Network equipment maker Cisco Systems Inc's quarterly profit was a cent ahead of market estimates as new switches, routers, wireless gear and servers drove demand. Cisco is transitioning towards a cycle of high-end switches and routers. Switching business accounted for more than a third of Cisco's revenue while the routing business brought in nearly a...
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