Tech is about to come out of winter hibernation. This week: the U.S. gets to pre-order the BlackBerry Z10, and Samsung unveils the Galaxy S4.
U.S. stock index futures were slightly lower Tuesday as investors looked to take a breather following a seven-day win streak on the Dow and S&P 500.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Apple may be in the spotlight Tuesday, as traders debate whether the one-time darling is about to turn into a market catalyst or continue to be a drag.
Dennis Gartman says he's sitting out the stock market.
Nokia shares are under pressure after Goldman Sachs cut its price target on the stock. The "Fast Money" traders debate how to play Nokia now.
Apple's next-generation iPhone may feature technology that will let users pay for purchases by tapping their phone.
Stocks finished near session highs Monday, with the Dow posting another record closing high and the S&P 500 within 1 percent of its 2007 peak, as investors shrugged off earlier worries over disappointing economic data from China and weakness in Europe.
Apple stock jumped Monday amid speculation of a share buyback and dividend. The stock was also getting a bounce from key technical levels.
Though South By Southwest is famous for being a launch pad for social networks like Twitter and Foursquare, physical products are in the spotlight this year. Wait, talking sneakers?!
Samsung is gearing up for the release of its newest phone, with CNBC's Jon Fortt; Sascha Segan, PCMag.com; and Jonathan Geller, BGR Media.
Unloved technology stocks are set to soar, Fort Pitt Capital's Kim Forrest says.
Days before Samsung unveils its new Galaxy smartphone Thursday, there's been no shortage of rumors about the device.
Algorithms are growing ever more powerful but they are not always up to deciphering the ambiguity of human language and the mystery of reasoning. They are being asked to be more humanlike in what they figure out.
Another Wall Street analyst cuts estimates on Apple. There may be more to come in the short-term, but this could be a bottoming process. TheStreet.com reports.
Big investors have fallen in love with Google and analysts see the stock climbing to $1,000.
Norway's oil fund almost halved its exposure to UK and French government bonds last year while increasing it to debt from the US, Japan and Germany. The FT reports.
There has been the distinction between physical and electronic works--books, songs, movies--since digital goods became widely available a decade ago, but it is now under attack, both in the courts and the marketplace, reports The New York Times.
Yahoo's head of acquisition let slip that the company's working on two "significant" acquisitions. What could they be?
Nokia Chief Executive Stephen Elop took a 45 percent cut in his pay package last year, according to a U.S. regulatory filing, as the company continued losing market share in smartphones to Samsung and Apple.