Some of Monday's midday movers:
Just as video game publishers are getting used to the disruption Apple and Google brought to the industry, another shake-up might be looming.
CNBC's Seema Mody looks at how Apple's 7-for-1 stock split is affecting the tech giant's stock.
Here's what Apple's 7-for-1 split means for holders of Apple options.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a flat-to-lower open on Wall Street on Monday, despite upbeat data from China and Japan.
Apple begins trading on a post-split basis Monday, after a 7-for-1 exchange that brought the stock under $100 a share for the first time in years.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Apple's stock split could spark consolidation in the short-term, Greywolf Execution's Mark Newton says.
Japanese newspaper Nikkei says the touchscreen watch, which includes many health features, will launch in October. MacRumors reports.
"What happened in electronics and software is about to happen in biology," says Jay Walker, Patent Properties chairman, discussing the impending explosion in the health and wellness sector. Walker also explains how Apple's "HealthKit" may be paving the way towards a market with tech driven, individualized health care.
The "Squawk Alley" crew and Re/code's Kara Swisher discuss media reports that say Apple's long-awaited iWatch could come sooner that expected.
Investors are already wondering what high-priced stocks will next pierce $700 a share as Apple is on the verge of splitting its share price.
Barnes & Noble will develop a tablet with Samsung as it tries to revive its Nook digital business, which has struggled against competitors.
It's not a question of whether Apple's iPhone or Google's Android is winning the smartphone war, Marc Andreessen says, because they're both wildly popular.
Marc Andreessen, Andreessen Horowitz, shares his thoughts on Apple's future after Steve Jobs and the acquisition of Beats. Jimmy Iovine is one of the best entrepreneurs of our time, says Andreessen.
McKinsey sees a shortage of up to 200,000 workers and 1.5 million managers skilled with big data, leading companies and colleges to partner.
Twitter has mulled deals worth billions of dollars as it seeks to add a music service to its offering, FT reported, citing sources.
The CEO of ZocDoc, which allows patients to find in-network doctors and book appointments online, tells CNBC it's expanding its service.
Amazon.com said it will hold a launch event on June 18 in Seattle, amid ongoing speculation that the company is preparing its own smartphone.
Big tech is trying to break into politics but is being met with mixed results. Here's what they have to do, says Jake Novak.