SAN FRANCISCO— Google is teaming up with Johnson& Johnson to build robots that can help surgeons in the operating room. Google will work with Ethicon, a medical device company owned by Johnson& Johnson. Johnson& Johnson's innovation center in California negotiated the partnership with Google, which is based in Mountain View, California.» Read More
Jane Chen, Embrace Innovations, discusses the company's mission to provide low-cost, affordable medical products for women and children in developing countries.
CNBC's Jon Fortt displays the new BlackBerry "Passport" phone. Fortt says BlackBerry is staking its future on security and software, not the phone.
CNBC's Jon Fortt displays the new BlackBerry "Passport" phone which costs $600 and goes on sale in about two weeks. Fortt says the phone is not designed to compete strategically with Apple.
Does the iPhone have a bending problem? Jon Steinberg, Daily Mail North America CEO, and the "Squawk Alley" team, discuss reports the new smartphone is delicate and is too flexible.
Eric Schmidt, Google executive chairman, discuss the company's antitrust issues with the EU. The process is slow going but are working on it, says Schmidt.
Eric Schmidt, Google executive chairman, weighs in on Tim Cook's comments about privacy.
Eric Schmidt, Google executive chairman, and Jonathan Rosenberg, advisor to Larry Page, reveal where they see the next big opportunities.
Eric Schmidt, Google executive chairman, and Jonathan Rosenberg, advisor to Larry Page, reveal how the tech giant views innovation and competition.
As smartwatches start hitting the market, new devices are already trying to take things to the next level, including a smart ring and bracelet.
Peter Diamandis, X PRIZE Foundation CEO, discusses his group's efforts to spread literacy to 250 million children worldwide.
The "Squawk Alley" crew discuss the value in Amazon's new tablet and e-readers.
Derek Herrera, wounded U.S. Marine Captain, discusses how ReWalk's wearable robotic exoskeleton device has impacted his life for the better and demonstrates the device.
ReWalk CEO Larry Jasinski discusses just how big the market for wearable robotic exoskeleton devices could get.
The "Squawk Alley" crew discusses more moves in Microsoft after the largest acquisition yet for the company's CEO Satya Nadella.
Insight to the differences between ride sharing companies Lyft and Uber, with John Zimmer, Lyft co-founder and president. Zimmer says his company is "competing aggressively and putting its energy into creating the right strategy."
Discussing who uses Lyft's driving services and the opportunities in the ride sharing market, with John Zimmer, Lyft co-founder and president.
Walt Mossberg, Re/code co-executive editor, reviews the new iPhone 6. Mossberg says, "This is the best smartphone you can buy."
Sonny Vu, Misfit Wearables co-founder & CEO, weighs in on the Apple Watch and announces Misfit's more affordable fitness wearable "Flash" that tracks activity and sleep.
Discussing the possible launch delay of the iPhone in China, with Jon Steinberg, Daily Mail North America CEO, and the "Squawk Alley" team. Fortt explains how the delay could be positive.
CNBC's Jim Cramer breaks down Apple's China strategy amid reports the new iPhone may not debut in China until 2015.