CNBC's Jon Fortt is live at the Code Conference with Intel CEO Brian Krzanich talking about competition as a chip technology company and the impact of driverless technology.
Qualcomm said HP, Asus and Lenovo will build Windows 10 PCs on its chips.
Lenovo, ASUS and HP will build new Windows 10 machines running on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processors.
Risks are far from out of the picture, but the stock market is choosing to hear what it wants.
After a big price rally earlier this week, Ethereum prices drop towards a 38% correction.
After the correction, the ethereum rally will continue, one analyst told CNBC.
The world of finance is getting so interested in bitcoin that it's no longer just the land of coders.
R3 is developing blockchain-like technology to be used by major banks.
Microsoft unveiled the Surface Pro during a press event in Shanghai.
Apple is planning to unveil brand-new MacBook Pros next month at its WWDC developer conference.
An Intel spokesperson tells CNBC the "recent rumors that Intel has licensed AMD’s graphics technology are untrue."
Google has developed a second-generation tensor processing unit (TPU) for artificial intelligence that could hurt Nvidia's sales.
New rules could distort the way companies like Alphabet, Intel, IBM and Salesforce report their earnings, The New York Times reports.
High-tech is usurping the place once held by Israel's founding myths, the ones about the kibbutz collectives and making the desert bloom.
Kim Caughey Forrest, Fort Pitt Capital Group, makes a case for her top tech picks: Microsoft, Intel and NetApp.
In just a few years, well-mannered self-driving robotaxis will share the roads with reckless, law-breaking human drivers.
The "Halftime Report" traders debate Bernstein's bearish call on Intel.
Companies having too much cash on hand is almost as bad as having too little when it comes to auguring future returns to shareholders.
Gusto CEO Joshua Reeves traveled to Omaha for Berkshire Hathaway's annual meeting and for some guidance on building his company ethically.
The stock market may be priced for perfection, but here's why it's not all that hard to swallow.