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Are big misses by Google and IBM signs that there’s trouble ahead for the tech sector?
The billionaire investor also explained why he was a buyer of Netflix stock on last week's dip.
Apple iPad sales continue their downward slope, while MAC sales rose.
Apple is warming up to small businesses by enabling them to add and change information about their business in Apple Maps.
Disruption in health care seems to have been a long time coming. Now the sector is innovating, fast.
The tech giant is scheduled to report its 4Q earnings after the bell Monday and investors will be looking for that key iPhone sales number.
Neil Young credits Steve Jobs with popularizing digital music. He's now trying to take the next giant step forward -- by going back.
Entrepreneur Brian Lim quit his consultant job, took $100 to make a light-up glove for music fans and is on his way to $12 million in sales next year.
Google unveiled three new Nexus devices Wednesday, signaling plans to compete with Apple for high-end consumers Wednesday.
In a recent Facebook video U2 front-man Bono apologizes for pushing his latest album on iTunes to users without permission.
Qualcomm has struck a deal to buy British chipmaker CSR for $2.5 billion, giving it access to technology that can connect devices over the Internet.
Hewlett-Packard has ended merger talks with EMC Corp. and may announce this development as soon as Wednesday, sources told Reuters.
Using an environment of record low rates, City National is among a handful of banks aggressively trying to convert techies into clients.
Intel will report earnings after the bell Tuesday. Here's a preview.
As it seeks to get a bigger slice of Americans' spending, Google just ramped up the delivery wars by expanding its same-day service.
In Q2, venture capital spending hit highs not seen since the early 2000s, but the trend didn’t continue into the third quarter.
The best way to play technology in this volatile market is by sticking to "evergreen" models, one market pro told CNBC on Monday.
If you're a businessperson under 40 and you don't work in tech, good luck catching the attention of Fortune's "40 under 40" list.
After 12 years investing in tech companies, Bob Morse found a corner of the market that's ignored. He started Strattam Capital to fund them.
Carl Icahn's call for Apple to buy back more shares using a tender offer was met with skepticism by many Wall Street analysts.
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