Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has made a plea to investors to support his vision of the company as a unified devices and services powerhouse.
Hackers are gearing up for Friday's release of the iPhone 5S, aiming to be the first to crack the device's first-ever fingerprint scanner.
Big data is being disrupted. It's landing in the hands of the masses, cutting out traditional tech giant middlemen like Oracle and Microsoft.
Life at the Googleplex just keeps getting more interesting.
Zuckerberg said government surveillance hurt users' trust in Internet companies and that knowing more about the programs would help relieve public concerns.
CNBC's Robert Frank and Jon Fortt focus on some hot headlines. Google announced a new company that will focus on health and well-being; Apple sees positive reviews on its new iPhone; and Starbucks' Schultz says guns are not welcome in his stores.
Tesla Motors is working to produce a car capable of running on "auto-pilot" within the next three years, CEO Elon Musk said.
BlackBerry launched its new Z30 flagship smartphone on Wednesday, as it battles to win back market share despite uncertainty around its future.
The lesson from the communications giant is that in the nascent multipolar world, global leaders must excel in both advanced and emerging nations.
Twitter's IPO brings an array of questions, not least of which is a puzzling valuation picture compounded by questions over where it goes from here.
A food delivery business called Eat24 is boasting that it has gotten a lot of bang for its buck by placing ads on porn sites.
Former SunMicrosystems boss Scott McNealy says he's offered "condolences and congratulations" to Twitter for its IPO plans.
Even if you hit the big time you may not make the coveted Forbes rich list as America's billionaires continue to amass wealth, said editor of Forbes.
Samsung will roll out a new smartwatch early next year, according to a Korean news site.
The richest 400 Americans are richer than they were last year, and the young are accumulating wealth at a faster clip than their boomer counterparts.
BlackBerry's parts may be more coveted than the company as a whole, according to Reuters.
LinkedIn’s grand vision is the creation of a map based on its user activity that surveys every economic opportunity in the world.
Are governments trying to shake down sharing economy start-ups like Airbnb over lost tax revenue?
To outsiders, McKinsey & Co. is a simply a consulting firm, but for many of the biggest hitters in corporate America, it is an indispensable tool.
CNBC tracked Twitter's Promoted Trend in the U.S. over the last six months, and the study shows some advertisers could not get enough.