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Bad news for Carol Bartz and good news for investors. What Yahoo investors should expect now that the CEO has left, with Scott Nations, Nations Shares.
Analysis on how firing Yahoo's CEO will impact the stock, with Clayton Moran, The Benchmark Company, senior vice president and internet analyst.
Analysis on the CEO shuffle and how it will impact the stock, with Mark Mahaney, Citigroup Investment Research, internet analyst.
The technology being used in the classroom this fall, with Brian Cooley, CNET.com.
Will the search giant look to sell itself before it finds a permanent replacement for Bartz? Youssef Squali, Jefferies & Co., weighs in with potential suitors.
In recent months, plenty of perfectly healthy businesses across the country have expired — sometimes for hours, other times for weeks — though only in the online realm cataloged and curated by Google. The reason is that it is surprisingly easy to report a business as closed in Google Places, the search giant’s version of the local Yellow Pages. The New York Times reports.
The consumer electronics (CE) companies, from traditionally low-end LG to high-end Panasonic, are presenting connectivity as the new must-have experience in the living room.
Masaki Okano, corporate vice president at Fuji Xerox discusses the launch of EPS service, that is characterized by an expansion of the mobile environment where users can print from mobile.
The consumer electronics market in Western Europe will recover in the second half of 2011 from the significant deterioration it witnessed in the first six months, when sales declined by 11.3 percent year-on-year, market research company GfK said in a new report.
Technology companies are incorporating 3D technology into an ever-expanding array of devices, including camcorders, television sets and home cinemas. But the glasses still look nerdy and consumers have so far been reluctant to bring the technology into their homes.
Ever wondered what your home might look like in 10 years’ time? Will it be cleaned by robots and run by computers? Will your fridge go online to allow you to discuss dinner plans with your spouse or instruct it to do the shopping?
Michael Arrington, whose influential TechCrunch blog covers Silicon Valley, has started a venture capital fund to invest in start-ups, including some that he and his staff write about. The New York Times reports.
Which new technology gadgets does 2012 have in store? Technology fans went to the IFA technology fair in Berlin to find out.
CNBC's Jon Fortt with a look at Samsung's new smartphone ahead of Apple's iPhone 5 launch.
Discussing whether Samsung has a chance to compete with Apple in the tablet arena, with Mark McKechnie, Thinkequity and CNBC's Jon Fortt.
Weighing in on why the Department of Justice says the deal between AT&T and T-Mobile is anti-trust, with Donald Baker, former head of the DOJ antitrust division.
Could the worse be over for the tech giant? Shares of Yahoo are up five percent over the last month, Colin Gillis, BGC Financial, L.P. weighs in on whether now is the time for investors to buy the stock.
The creator of the popular, Flip camera is concocting another hot idea, but this one puts a tech twist on comfort foods, with Jonathan Kaplan, The Melt founder, and CNBC's Jon Fortt.
Can anyone have the respect and vision that Steve Jobs has received? Insight with Chris Cunningham, Appssavvy; Josh Bernoff, Forrester Research, and Guy Kawasaki, venture capitalist.
A look at how the companies that are partners and suppliers to Apple and how they are faring after Steve Jobs' resignation, with Peter Misek, Jefferies & Company.
Editor of CNBC.com's Tech Section, always plugged in and yet also wireless.
Working from Los Angeles, Boorstin is CNBC's media and entertainment reporter and author of CNBC.com's "Media Money" blog.
Fortt is CNBC's technology correspondent, working from CNBC's Silicon Valley bureau and contributes to "Tech Check" on CNBC.com.