With Apple closing a an all-time high Friday, Amit Daryanani, RBC Capital Markets analyst,and Stuart Jeffrey, Nomura executive director, provide clarity on just how high the stock can go.
Marcus Weller, Skully CEO, shows off a new juiced up motorcycle helmet that comes with a heads-up display, GPS navigation, rear-view camera and many other functions.
With 52% of the vote, Hoverbike defeated the Skully AR-1 smart motorcycle helmet to become this week's Tech Crowd winner.
Sproutling CTO and Co-founder Mathew Spolin discusses the hi-tech wearable band for your baby that can track their health and daily activity.
Discussing if Salesforce.com is fully valued and if they can continue to grow at their current pace, with Tom Roderick, Stifel analyst.
Shuman Ghosemajumder, Shape Security, discusses the vulnerability of e-mail on mobile devices, particularly with g-mail on Android. Ghosemajumder says being able to architect a system in the right way and making sure data is stored responsibly is something Google bakes into the security process.
CNBC's Jon Fortt speaks to Brad Smith, Intuit president & CEO, about the company's platform shift into the cloud and how it will impact their customer base. Smith also breaks down the restructuring investments the company has made.
Kara Swisher, Re/code co-executive Editor, and the "Squawk Alley" crew, discuss a report that Apple suppliers are scrambling to get enough screens ready for the launch of the iPhone 6.
Kara Swisher, Re/code co-executive Editor, and the "Squawk Alley" crew, discuss the "growth at all costs" mentality at Salesforce.com. Swisher also weighs in on stock based compensation.
Meg Whitman, President & CEO, Hewlett-Packard, tells CNBC the firm needs to continue growing its software business, which is in the midst of a "very difficult transition."
CNBC's Julia Boorstin takes a look at Yahoo's investment in Tumblr and if it is paying off. Dennis Berman of The Wall Street Journal, provides insight.
There's been data breaches at UPS, SuperValu, Target and Albertsons. Where are the retailers failing and what needs to change?
On Throwback Thursday, the "Squawk Alley" crew looks back at Hewlett-Packard's wrist watch calculator that is now a collector's item selling for $15,000.
Jens Christensen, Jaunt CEO, is developing hardware and software to enable uses to produce and display their own virtual reality experiences. "As soon as people start experiencing virtual reality for the first time, there's going to be a tremendous need for content," Christensen says.
Dennis Berman of The Wall Street Journal, discusses a report that Amazon will start testing deliver drones in India. CNBC's Jon Fortt provides insight.
CNBC's Jon Fortt and Dennis Berman of The Wall Street Journal, discuss Hewlett-Packard's turnaround and if they could be jumping in the M&A marketplace.
Alan Tisch, Spring CEO, discusses his e-commerce marketplace optimized for mobile devices that gives consumers access to hundreds of top brands.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin explains the new Spring app that allows users to shop directly from their mobile device and purchase products with the swipe of a finger.
Sanford C. Bernstein analyst Toni Sacconaghi, has an outperform on Hewlett-Packard and explains why he has raised his price target. Sacconaghi says Whitman stabilized the company and has done a nice job focusing on cash flow.
Dan Morgan, Synovus Trust senior vice president compares the performance and outlook on tech giants Hewlett-Packard and Apple. HP is a work in process, and we're still buying Apple stock, says Morgan.
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Valuations for start-ups appear stretched as Silicon Valley takes on too much risk, says venture capitalist Randy Komisar.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen told CNBC he expects continued growth, and plans to stay at the helm for the foreseeable future.
The electric car maker is full of hype and grossly overvalued at current levels, says former General Motors Chairman Bob Lutz.