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Oracle posted higher revenue and profit that failed to satisfy investors looking for signs of a sustained turnaround. Its shares fell about 4 percent.
Wal-Mart said it will allow shoppers to trade-in used video games for an eGift card for use on any item sold in Wal-Mart and Sam's Club stores and online.
Hammish Patel, Azoi CEO, introduces the Wello iPhone cover that doubles as a health-monitoring device and syncs with other fitness wearables.
Tim Cook has issued a statement about a new book about the tech giant called, "Haunted Empire," saying it is "nonsense."
CNBC's Jon Fortt and CNET Senior Editor Dan Ackerman discuss Apple's decision to replace the iPad 2 with a cheaper version of its fourth-generation iPad with Retina display, and that means for the tablet market.
Discussing a report saying Microsoft could release an Office version for the iPad, and why Microsoft's stock is up, with Daniel Ives, FBR Capital Markets senior analyst, and Ina Fried, Re/code senior editor.
Citing a report from Goldman Sachs, CNBC's Jim Cramer breaks down just how disruptive experts think Tesla can become.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella will unveil Office for the iPad at his first press event later this month.
China-based Twitter-like messaging service Weibo filed on Friday to raise $500 million via a U.S. initial public offering.
The tech giant's shares spiked to levels not seen since the dotcom boom on reports that the company plans to unveil an iPad version of its Office software suite.
Music subscription services have been around for a long time. Now they're finally a real business.
You've heard of Zynga and FarmVille, but have you heard of FunPlus and Family Farm? Enough people have that the Chinese social-mobile gaming startup will announce today that it's raised a huge round.
Amazon is preparing a dongle-like device as its entry into the game console/set top space, sources told Techcruch.
ATM machines will face greater hacking threats when Microsoft halts upgrades to its Windows XP operating system.
James Emmett, global head of trade and receivables finance at HSBC, explains that high-tech exports should grow more quickly than exports of any other goods and that research and development investments are crucial.
Ursula Burns, Chairman and CEO of Xerox, discusses the company's evolving business model. We have switched from a technology company to a services company, explains Burns.
With Alibaba's US IPO on the horizon, there is already a class of Internet stocks in Asia that could be the next WhatsApp, says Buzzfeed's Jon Steinberg.
Could Google find value in buying both eBay and PayPal? Colin Sebastian, Robert W. Baird & Co. senior research analyst, thinks this could be a "power house combination" for Google.
Sony will release the third installment "Infamous: Second Son" this Friday. Analysts say that Sony could spend hundreds of millions on the game.
Alibaba’s impending initial public offering is a ticking time bomb for Yahoo to figure out how to grow revenue on its own, analysts said.
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Immigration reform that entrepreneurs and tech companies need has bipartisan support, a venture capital group said.
PandoDaily editor spoke out after Uber executive Emil Michael reportedly singled her out in comments about targeting a journalist.
The policy of an "open Internet" would have so many negative implications, says Cisco CEO John Chambers.