Farhad Monjoo, The New York Times tech reporter, discusses the atmosphere for technology companies right now.
Spiegel is building Snapchat into the new communication experience and the world seems more than happy to conform, Recode reports.
CNBC's Dominic Chu and Mark Spoonauer of Tom's Guide discuss Twitter's role in denying government agency access to its analytics via Dataminr.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The Fast Money traders share stocks with the highest odds including Twitter, FireEye and BlackBerry.
Shares of Square plunged about 20 percent, putting it on track for its biggest daily loss ever.
Microsoft's mobile business has been counted out by skeptics. The company is leaning on Windows 10 to revive developer excitement.
Twitter and Square had disappointing quarters. Morris Mark, President of Mark Asset Management, shares his thoughts on what's behind the numbers.
Mindfulness and meditation help Google, Facebook and others' employees do their best work, says Happify CEO Tomer Ben-Kiki.
Square co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey addressed operating expenses up 72 percent year-over-year; GoPro is delaying the launch of its drone product; and a check on the health for tech stocks, with Kara Swisher, Re/code executive editor.
Josh Elman of Greylock Partners discusses the challenges facing Twitter and Square with Jack Dorsey at the helm of both companies.
Live streaming app Periscope is testing a feature to allow users to permanently save their broadcasts in a bid to attract more advertisers.
Donald Trump stands to clinch the Republican nomination and here’s what Jim Cramer thinks it could do to stocks.
Twitter's user base is stabilizing, but the company's new ad products are cannibalizing its old ones, says James Cakmak of Monness, Crespi, Hardt & Co.
I think Twitter will remain an independent company, says James Cakmak, Monness, Crespi, Hardt & Co., sharing his thoughts on Twitter's troubles and whether it's ripe for a takeover. And Cakmak weighs in on the social media space.
Apple and Twitter have stumbled recently, and "Fast Money" traders on Tuesday debated whether they could recover.
The Fast Money panel discuss Twitter and Goldman Sachs in their "Top Trades" segment.
The "Fast Money" traders give you 5 ways to trade 2 tech companies.
Twitter's stock hit a new all-time low Tuesday, continuing a downward slide after reporting quarterly results last week.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports about how big tech names are dragging on the NASDAQ.