It's good that BlackBerry wants to lead the Internet of Things, but that won't sell enough BlackBerry things to impress investors.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Sony will this month host its first major Playstation meeting in two years, sparking a flare-up in online speculation the Japanese consumer electronics giant is preparing to unveil the successor to its 70 million-selling PS3 games console. Sony declined to say whether it would release a new product at the meeting in New York on Feb. 20. "
Another day, another social media bug. Another three to be exact.
Research in Motion's launch of its new Blackberry 10 smartphones is too little, too late, said Jennifer Fritzsche, a senior analyst at Wells Fargo.
A U.S. appeals court on Thursday rejected Apple request to revive its bid for a sales ban on Samsung's Galaxy Nexus smartphone.
In 2012, more people used Facebook on their mobile devices than on the desktop, a challenging transition that CEO Mark Zuckerberg navigated through successfully.
Jan Dawson, Chief Telecoms Analyst, Ovum says RIM's new phones are exciting developments, but adds that it's unlikely to be a huge competitor to either Google's Android or Apple's iPhone.
Significant hurdles face Research In Motion, newly renamed BlackBerry, Citi analyst Jim Suva says.
Facebook could see revenue reacceleration, but there are still risks ahead, Business Insider's Henry Blodget says.
RIM's Hail Mary pass, its bet-the-farm phone, is finally here. And guess what? It's lovely, fast and efficient, bristling with fresh, useful ideas, says the NYT's David Pogue.
Relying on the wealthiest taxpayers can turn into budget turmoil when the market slides, according to analysts.
One Street.com reporter thinks that Google is priced to perfection but notes that perfection does not exist.
RIM introduced its Blackberry 10 operating system on two new handsets Wednesday and it announced it changed its name to Blackberry.
The innovative line of BlackBerry smartphones that Research In Motion will formally unveil on Wednesday has already succeeded on one crucial count - getting RIM back in the conversation.
Ekaterina Walter, author of "Think Like Zuck", tells CNBC how Facebook must develop their mobile market, while being aware of the risks involved.
The "Closing Bell" news team reports Google is fighting the U.S. government to protect your data, and is now joining forces with other tech companies to lobby for updated privacy laws.
Efforts to map out North Korea have been made over the last few years, but on Monday, Google was finally ready to officially update the region on Google Maps.
Yahoo's Marissa Mayer needs to figure out how to "invigorate user engagement" and capitalize on mobile, Barclays analyst Anthony DiClemente told CNBC.
Marissa Mayer’s first months as chief executive have impressed investors, and the company’s stock, recently at a four-year high, rose after hours.