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Within a few years, Amazon.com’s creative destruction of both traditional book publishing and retailing may be footnotes to the company’s larger and more secretive goal: giving anyone on the planet access to an almost unimaginable amount of computing power.
Steven P. Jobs minced no words when talking about Android, Google’s mobile operating system, which he saw as too similar to the iPhone’s. He told his biographer, Walter Isaacson, that Android was “a stolen product” and said, “I’m willing to go thermonuclear war on this.”
Just how big can the iPad market get? As investors parse the rumors of a new mini-iPad launch from Apple this fall, that's got to be the main question.
The tablet wars are heating up. Apple's so-called "iPad mini'' is scheduled to debut in October, according to a news report.
Although the macro environment remains uncertain, companies continue to invest in IT infrastructure, VMware’s outgoing CEO Paul Maritz told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” on Monday.
AOL said it will buy back $600 million of stock and announced a cash dividend of $5.15 per share.
Apple has been the story in U.S. tech this year. The stock is up nearly 64 percent, helping lead the sector to a 19 percent gain year-to-date versus an 11 percent rise for the broader S&P 500. But enterprise IT companies have also had an impressive run.
Facebook wants to improve its 'horri-bad' Android app. The way to do it? Make Facebook employees use Android phones, The Christian Science Monitor reports.
Amazon is adding NBC shows to its roster of free videos that can be watched online by customers who pay $79 a year for unlimited free shipping on goods bought at the online retailer, whose shares hit an all-time high Friday.
Verizon Wireless on Thursday won unanimous Federal Communications Commission approval to move forward with its $3.9 billion purchase of airwaves from the country’s largest cable providers.
Our calendars tell us it's been exactly one year since Tim Cook took over as CEO of Apple. And it's true – Steve Jobs resigned a year ago, recommended Cook, and the board promoted him.
The company is trying to find ways to show lucrative ads to mobile users without cluttering up their hand-held screens and driving them away in frustration.
The late Steve Jobs is now living in a 'parallel universe' as a 'mid-level angel,' a Thai Buddhist temple claims.
Amazon will host a press conference event in early September where it is widely expected to unveil a new tablet, the Internet company announced on Thursday
The search giant’s efforts to recruit and promote more women have resulted in more hires, but not in the executive offices.
Hacker Dojo is equal parts shared office, lecture hall and after-hours salon for a variety of tinkerers, software coders and entrepreneurs who intend to reinvent the future. The idea for Pinterest was cooked up here. The makers of Pebble watches used the space as their West Coast headquarters. Today, however, it is threatened with extinction. City officials in Mountain View have ordered Hacker Dojo to comply with city regulations for offices or move out.
The personal computer maker reported quarterly earnings that beat Wall Street's expectations, but its revenue came in below estimates and its outlook was light.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg might want to loosen his grip over his social networking empire and let some of the more experienced managers take the reigns, before it's too late, two CNBC contributors cautioned on Wednesday.
Despite years of treading water, Microsoft is up 20 percent in the last year. CNBC's Jon Fortt; Quentin Hardy, New York Times; and Richard Doherty, Evisioneering, offer insight.
Investors in social-media companies appear to be in an anti-social mood, as they bail out of stocks in the sector, especially Facebook.
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Matt Hunter is the senior technology editor at CNBC.com.
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Birchbox is launching its first brick-and-mortar store where customers can book appointments, test and purchase products.
The city of San Francisco is cracking down on MonkeyParking, an app that lets users auction off public parking spots.
The stock jumped to a high of $33 a share, valuing the company at nearly $4 billion.