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The company reported quarterly earnings and revenue that beat Wall Street's expectations on Thursday, sending its shares higher in extended-hours trading.
The Cybersecurity Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, known as CISPA, is coming up for congressional votes on Thursday and Friday. It aims to help guard the nation against a cyber strike by removing legal barriers to private companies and public agencies sharing data on threats.
Businesses' demand for cloud services will continue to grow over the next few years and Box.com, a cloud storage company, aims to capture some of that demand, Aaron Levie, CEO of Box.com, told CNBC on Squawk Box.
Facebook is taking several steps to ensure its 900 million users explore the social network more securely.
Google Drive is finally in gear. The oft-rumored — and delayed — data-storage service made its debut Tuesday, adding the biggest name to a high-tech scrum over consumers and small businesses.
Facebook and HTC are reportedly working together to develop a customized smartphone which could be released as soon as the third quarter of 2012, according to a new report.
Apple's next Worldwide Developers Conference is scheduled June 11-15 in San Francisco, the company announced Wednesday.
Saudi Arabia appears to have been building crude oil inventories in lower domestic demand months in a scramble to offset the risks of “limited” effective spare production capacity, Goldman Sachs said on Wednesday.
The technology giant reported quarterly profits that beat Wall Street's expectations on Tuesday, sending shares higher.
Tablets are expected to sweep the market over the next few years, eventually becoming the preferred computing system among consumers, according to a recent report.
Computers are changing, and Intel will continue to be powering them, CEO Paul Otellini told CNBC Tuesday.
Debt collectors are using social media to reach out to debtors with increasingly aggressive tactics.
Better-than-expected quarterly earnings from Texas Instruments overnight points to the fact that the tide has turned for global chipmakers, one analyst told CNBC Tuesday, who now expects strong revenue growth for many Asian chipmakers as well.
Netflix delivered quarterly results Monday that beat Wall Street's expectations, but its shares fell sharply in after-hours trading.
The semiconductor maker reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations, sending its shares higher in after-hours trading on Monday.
Facebook released an updated IPO filing showing that the social networking giant earned $1.06 billion in revenue in the first quarter, slightly below analysts expectations.
Lamborghini and Ferrari are trying to take pole position in the world's fastest growing market, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
A new service that grades how each of Facebook's top third-party apps respects consumers' privacy was released late Sunday by research firm PrivacyChoice.
Facebook is buying a portion of patents from Microsoft for $550 million in cash, which Microsoft recently acquired from AOL.
Adobe hopes to capture a new generation of creative professionals with the release of its latest software package, Shantanu Narayen, Adobe Systems president and chief executive, told CNBC Monday.
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Facebook has laid a foundation for entering China, but it could morph its product to Chinese government standards.
"The Interview" marked one of the first major experiments for digital distribution, and pirated copies appeared immediately.
Facebook looks to carry its current momentum into 2015 while competing other social media networks.