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The Code conference was packed with big names and big news. Check out some of the key highlights.
New software? New hardware? The famous old "one more thing"? No one knows for sure what Apple will unveil during a developers' event Monday.
The tech giant will likely focus on two big themes at the event: health and connecting the home.
Chipmaker Broadcom said it was looking to sell or wind-down of its cellular baseband business.
CNBC's Carl Quintanilla reports from Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, about what surprises Apple could be unveiling.
Two companies believe roadways could also become energy sources, and are thinking up ways to make the concept a reality.
It was a successful, but busy, week for Apple as several analysts upgraded their price outlook on the Cupertino-based tech giant's stock.
Google launched an online form on Friday giving European users a chance to get personal information about themselves removed from search results.
Some of the largest U.S. companies are looking to hire cybersecurity experts in newly elevated positions and bring technologists on to their boards.
Google revealed how very white and male its workforce is; just 2 percent of its Googlers are black, 3 percent are Hispanic, and 30 percent are women.
Founded by rapper and producer Dr. Dre and music mogul Jimmy Iovine, Beats is a key vendor in the multibillion-dollar premium headphone market.
Apple's product lineup for the rest of this year is the best its been in 25 years, said company executive Eddy Cue.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen said the release of Apple's iPhone 6 could be good for the struggling smartphone maker.
Billionaire Ken Langone reveals on CNBC the reason behind his recent interest in Facebook stock.
Uber is still focusing on supporting transportation by human drivers, even with Google's announcement of a self-driving car.
Onstage at Code Conference, Google co-founder Sergey Brin said that recent revelations of NSA surveillance were "a huge disappointment."
With all this talk about self-driving cars and other futuristic projects, Google has yet to really make money on anything beyond search, a tech analyst says.
The first night of the inaugural Code Conference was packed with new information, jokes, speculation and tough questions for Google and Microsoft execs.
Apple products have disrupted the phone, computer and music markets, but support for the tech giant to move into financial services is flagging.
Microsoft's new real-time language translator for Skype shows that the software giant can once again be a groundbreaker, tech analyst David Garrity tells CNBC.
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Bill Gurley, general partner at Benchmark, said Friday what he believes is the biggest problem presented by start-ups.
Morgan Stanley's Raj Dhanda tells CNBC's the IPO market is booming, but it's not for the inexperienced investor.
Enshrining net neutrality into FCC rules subjects the Internet to the whims of politicians, Mark Cuban tells CNBC.