Alibaba made a strong showing in its first appearance in Gartner's report Magic Quadrant on Cloud Infrastructure as a Service.
The business communications company has attracted interest in the past from Microsoft and Salesforce.
Microsoft's Surface Pro builds on an already great product family, but you're probably better off buying last year's model to save some money.
The Surface Pro is a really good tablet and laptop, but you should probably buy last year's model instead.
Alibaba has expanded its big data and artificial intelligence cloud product in Europe in a bid to boost its challenge to the likes of Amazon and Microsoft in the fast-growing space.
Slack Technologies has received inquiries about a potential takeover from tech companies including Amazon.com, Bloomberg reported on Thursday.
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One trader is making a unique bet on the tech giant settling into a trading range ahead of its quarterly earnings report in July.
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Momentum stocks have been surging all year. But is that hot trade falling apart?
The U.S. issued a rare alert blaming North Korea for a raft of cyberattacks stretching back to 2009 and warning that more were likely.
Nintendo America president Reggie Fils-Aime says he's not worried about the Xbox One X because Nintendo appeals to all ages.
Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com lays out an interesting options trade on Microsoft.
The route in FAAMG stocks appears to be a two-day event, generating a debate about whether these names are in a bubble or not.
Apple may see further downside, according to one chart-minded trader.
While it wouldn't be surprising if the S&P 500 remained relatively calm through coming weeks, the Nasdaq 100 could see some more big moves.
PlayStation software sales led by games such as "Horizon: Zero Dawn", hit 487.8 million copies.
The ugly sell-off in tech names is not necessarily indicating the broader market is about to crack.
Tech stocks sold off for the second day on Monday, but several experts told CNBC they believe the weakness will be short-lived.
Beyond the rotation from tech to banks, the old growth vs. value divide is reemerging in the stock market.