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Investors have swarmed to cloud stocks in recent years, but disappointing forecasts from LinkedIn and Tableau set off alarm bells.
The hacking underworld is exploding as skilled well-funded criminals target US companies and consumers to steal whatever they can.
Over a million visitors, tens of millions in economic activity, plus a global spotlight. So why are so many people in San Francisco unhappy this week?
U.S. stocks closed mostly higher on Wednesday, with the Dow and S&P completing a massive comeback spurred by a surge in oil.
Kids "aren't expected to be Internet security experts and neither are their parents," said Tod Beardsley, security research manager for Rapid7 Inc., the Boston- based cybersecurity firm that published the toy-security research on Tuesday. Rapid7 researchers examined the Fisher Price Smart Toy, an interactive stuffed animal for children aged three to eight...
For US tech executives there was no avoiding it: China's slowing growth had a big impact on quarterly earnings.
Growing demand for advertising opportunities in China is opening the door for American media.
Jim Cramer did a some digging into Apple, and discovered that analysts are valuing the stock with the wrong number.
CNBC's Jim Cramer shares his thoughts on Apple and why he thinks the stock is worth about $110.
Apple, Boeing, Goldman Sachs' COO and others are all saying the global economic environment is deteriorating.
Investors are awaiting three critical reports from big technology companies following a tough start to the year for the sector.
The Osterhout Design Group wants to make augmented reality glasses that people will actually wear.
A power tussle between leaders is overshadowing a meeting of Vietnam's Communist Party, a rare occurrence for a party accustomed to orderly politics.
These five digital companies will dominate tech life for the foreseeable future, reports the New York Times.
Donald Trump betrayed a deep ignorance of how the tech economy actually works and the role of American workers in it.
As we get into the heart of earnings season, the options market is implying some big moves out of many stocks.
Analysts are holding out hope that earnings will beat a lowered bar and that will help pull the market out of its worst new year slump ever.
Noted short seller Bill Fleckenstein believes stocks can fall even more after Friday's market carnage.
U.S. stocks closed sharply lower after a slew of disappointing data, a fresh oil low and a sell-off in China, adding to slowing growth concerns.
Although falling oil prices and China's stock market dominate the headlines, new developments this week show the tech sector is also faltering.