Jim Cramer sat down with Steve Smith, the CEO of Equinix, to hear more about how it helps businesses use the cloud.
Time to fade the tech bounce? Debating whether more pain is ahead for tech, with CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera and the Options Action traders.
Facebook's Applied Machine Learning team is quietly developing speech recognition technology.
Technology stocks are dragging the market down, but there may be a buying opportunity afoot.
In an increasingly globalized economy, companies and government agencies alike need more translators and interpreters.
The "Halftime Report" traders give their trades for the second half.
CNBC’s Jon Fortt reports on Microsoft cutting up to 3,000 jobs in its sales force to reorganize around its cloud computing business.
Microsoft announced plans for a major reorganization on Wednesday.
Growth stocks are a better bet than value stocks over the next six months, Morganlander said.
Chad Morganlander of Washington Crossing Advisors says to invest in growth stocks during the next 6-9 months instead of value stocks. In particular, he warns not to get swept up in financials.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports that Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella's plan to rebuild the company around the cloud means the company will lay off thousands of workers.
The device is called the Tianmao JinglingX1 (the Tmall Genie X1).
Microsoft's new keyboard has a built-in fingerprint reader.
A wave of erroneous market data appeared on finance sites, with Nasdaq stocks such as Apple and Google all showing prices of $123.47 each.
David Martin, MCAM founder and CEO, speaks with CNBC’s Bob Pisani about the CNBC IQ 100 Index and what it says about stocks as markets enter the second half of 2017.
Microsoft is ready to lay off thousands of employees according to a report.
The cuts are part of a restructuring effort to focus on cloud services, according to a report by TechCrunch.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The man who ran a Reagan-era program that helped the U.S. leapfrog the Soviet Union on missile defense wants Trump to mimic its success.
India is pressing Microsoft Corp to offer a sharply discounted one-time deal to more than 50 million Windows users in the country in the wake of ransomware attacks.