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Apple is losing its luster this holiday season because of a more diverse tablet marketplace, a senior tech analyst tells CNBC.
BlackBerry, which announced in September that it would fire 40 percent of its staff, is now showing senior management the door.
Google, the giant of the Internet, thought about moving its servers out of the U.S. after the NSA debacle, said Eric Schmidt, the company's chairman, on Friday.
An ad for the carmaker, which was posted Friday, has gotten more than 1,000 comments—most of them pretty hateful.
A technology boom, while beneficial to San Francisco, is causing resentment among longtime residents, many of whom are being forced out.
Google will offer a prepaid debit card in the U.S. that will allow consumers to purchase goods at stores and to withdraw cash from ATMs.
With bitcoin trading at record levels, it’s becoming an attractive target for cybercriminals, experts say. Here's how to safeguard your accounts.
Apple and Samsung dominate the U.S. smartphone market, but Chinese firms like ZTE and Huawei have a growing presence.
The tech company plans to incorporate "creative" ads in its Xbox content-streaming service that users interact with.
Instagram launched on Microsoft's smartphone OS on Wednesday sans a few key features, but developers say they're still working on it.
Major shareholders like Carl Icahn who opposed Dell's $24.9 billion go-private acquisition were just trying to drive up the stock price, Michael Dell tells CNBC.
Applied Graphene Materials floated in the U.K. on Wednesday, in the latest attempt to commercialize the "wonder" carbon, graphene.
Samsung said its Galaxy Gear has become the world's most popular smartwatch with sales reaching 800,000 since its debut two months ago.
Atomico, a European venture capital firm that has invested in the likes of Rovio, plans to spend its new $476 million fund on tech start-ups.
The company is opening several showrooms—called Winter Wonderlabs—across the U.S. where people can get their hands on Google's Nexus 7 tablets and other products.
Having an authenticated account on the social network may mean you're an influencer, but does it convey actual advantages?
Did Apple really buy the gesture recognition technology firm behind Microsoft's Xbox Kinect sensor?
Gadgets are a perennial topper on holiday wish lists. Here's a look at what to buy.
Scott Kessler, S&P Capital IQ gives reason for concern after Twitter jumped 70 percent from its $26 IPO. Kessler says the valuation calling the stock "stretched" is an understatement.
Zulily, a women and children discount clothing website, debuts on the Nasdaq Friday. Its CEO Darrell Cavens discusses his focus on the long-term, its mobile business and why they chose the Nasdaq.
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Consumers will buy into virtual reality when it offers a convincing sense of being in another place, Sony PlayStation's Rick Marks says.
Hulk Hogan and the WWE are hoping their biggest event of the year will boost the fledgling digital network.
CEO John Chen says he's happy with BlackBerry's performance now that it has posted a second-straight quarterly profit.