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Nokia completed the sale of its devices unit to Microsoft on Friday, but at a slightly higher price than expected.
CNBC's Kelli Grant talks about the types of protection available to credit and debit card holders in the transition to a cashless society.
From smartphones to smart watches, there are plenty of gadgets for people. Now, there are a few worth getting for your home.
This particular market is driving the chip business, Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf told CNBC.
The messaging app WeChat took a jab at Facebook with two video ads launched in the past few weeks as part of a "Crazy for WeChat" campaign.
Four major tech companies have agreed to settle a large antitrust lawsuit over no-hire agreements in Silicon Valley.
Microsoft's CEO got off to a winning start with Wall Street as it eased past analysts' profit estimates despite the pressure of falling PC sales.
Amazon.com rallied after the e-commerce giant posted revenue that beat estimates, while earnings met expectations.
CNBC's Melissa Lee speaks to Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf about the impact that licensing revenue in China had on the company's quarterly earnings and the future of Qualcomm.
The retailer is testing its own delivery network in San Francisco.
A Google spokesperson confirmed the departure and CEO Larry Page also sent out an internal memo to staff about the move, Re/code reports.
CNBC's Josh Lipton and Jeremy Rosenberg, head of digital at Allison+Partners, talk about how investors are receiving new Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.
A cashless future is starting to define itself in society with credit cards, Bitcoin and virtual wallets. But is this future without any risks?
Anyone who thinks the FCC decision on pricing power is a threat to innovation is obscenely wrong, says Jake Novak.
Microsoft is set to report earnings after the bell on Thursday and CEO Satya Nadella will do something that Steve Ballmer never did.
Apple's stock buyback does little to staunch fears that the company is losing the innovation game to rivals, say analysts.
Apple's growth overseas and surprising 7-for-1 stock split was a "victory for all the Apple shareholders," CNBC's Jim Cramer said Thursday.
Apple surged on better-than-expected earnings and a 7:1 stock split. Activist investor Carl Icahn said the company remains "undervalued."
Here are a few topics that Amazon may shed some light on and which will have impact when it reports first-quarter financial results, Re/code reports.
Qualcomm posted higher fiscal second-quarter revenue but missed analysts' expectations as it faces a smartphone market that is losing steam.
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Facebook looks to carry its current momentum into 2015 while competing other social media networks.
MasterCard's North American president says microchips will be embedded in about half the credit cards in 2015 to protect against fraud.
"2016 is where it gets more exciting," Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster says. Here's why.