The tech sector seems to be leading the market, and pressure to continue could mean pullback for stocks, says Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com. » Read More
Apple Maps, released Wednesday as part of the iO6 rollout, is getting slammed by users as being, well, no Google Maps.
Google's Venture fund is planning to invest $1 billion in a wide-range of start-ups over the next five years, but the firm isn't necessarily looking for the next Facebook, Twitter or other media related business.
Any company in the Internet space worries about Google, but it hasn't had an impact on Kayak’s business, the company’s co-founder and CEO, Steve Hafner, said in a CNBC interview.
A contributor to TheStreet.com discusses a few stocks that are constantly on the forefront of the valuation discussion and tries to answer the prevailing question of whether or not stocks always reflect a company's underlying value.
Groupon is a spotlight that shines brightly upon well-run businesses, but can expose poorly organized operations. Get your house in order before you run a Groupon and you will reap massive benefits.
William Maris, Google Ventures managing partner, reveals Google's plans to invest $1billion in new biotech start-ups.
Millions of iPhone customers may soon find themselves losing touch with an old friend: Google’s maps, the New York Times reports.
There’s a Mac to PC fight going on in the video sharing space, Vimeo CEO Kerry Trainor told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street.”
Hewlett-Packard now wants to compete with leaders Apple, Google, and Samsung, which currently dominate an already saturated phone market. TheStreet.com reports.
Groupon is taking on established players like American Express, plus successful startups like Square, which Visa backs, along with PayPal and Google, which are also getting into the mobile payments space.
The recent phenomenon known as mobile payments has caused one Street.com contributor to start looking at some possible casualties in that all-important process known as the business transaction.
Twitter is rolling out a new look across the web and new mobile apps — offering a consistent, more personalized and photo-heavy experience — one that’s consistent no matter where people are using the service.
Google has acquired Nik Software, the company behind the popular photo editing application Snapseed, a similar app to Instagram.
The iPhone 5 that Apple introduced last week with only incremental changes seemed to signal that the smartphone industry has entered an era of technological bunny hops.
Apple's iPhone 5 is on track to be the fastest selling smartphone ever — a record 2 million phones sold on the first day of pre-order last Friday — but for wireless carriers like AT&T and Verizon, the launch will serve as a key test. TheStreet.com reports.
Want to know what analysts have been saying about Apple, Facebook, McDonald’s, PNC Financial and Disney? Find out in this CNBC.com Stock Blog Roundup.
The tech executive argues work burnout isn't caused by long hours or health issues. So what's at the root trigger of burnout, and how can managers prevent it?
Spreecast is the early stage social video platform looking to take on Google in social video.
You can officially stop obsessing over the summer's most annoying lyrics: "Here's my number ... so call me, maybe." Why? Well, the new fixation is on “Heyyy! Sexy Laaady! Oppan Gangnam style! Gangnam style!”
What’s your "bacon number?" No, not how many slices you’ve eaten today. It’s a new tool Google rolled out to end bar fights everywhere by figuring out how many degrees of separation someone is from a certain celebrity Bacon!