President Barack Obama took to Reddit one more time before polls close to ask members of the Reddit community to cast their vote.
News Corp. is "well positioned for growth" despite "significant challenges due to economic headwinds," its COO said Tuesday, shortly after the media company reported better-than-expected quarterly results.
While Silicon Valley cannot be deemed simply "Democratic" or "Republican," those involved in the tech scene in the Valley share a common denominator when it comes to deciding who they will vote for on Tuesday, said Randi Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media.
Apple is trying to replace Intel processors in its Mac computers with a chip that more closely resembles the chips it uses in its iPhone and iPad, according to a report.
Hong Kong may be synonymous with designer boutiques and luxury retail outlets, with names such as Louis Vuitton and Prada crowding the city, but local consumers appear to be far less image conscious, if their favorite brands are any indication.
Apple shares have tumbled 18% from their record high of $705 — causing many to wonder whether the company has lost its mojo.
On the heels of corporate raider Carl Icahn accumulating a chunk of Netflix shares, the streaming video company adopted a shareholder rights plan — a poison pill.
Disney Animation’s ‘Wreck-It Ralph,’ opening in 3,700 theaters, is expected to rule the box office, and gross somewhere in the $45 million range.
Facebook is trying out a new feature that will allow users to access free WiFi once they use the 'Check-In' feature on their Facebook page.
Pandora's CEO remains upbeat about competition in the mobile-music space despite the fact that tech titans like Apple, Google and Microsoft are moving in. Everybody smile!
LinkedIn’s focus on professionals is working: The company reported better-than-expected third quarter results and raised its revenue guidance for the whole year.
In the wake of Sandy’s aftermath, startups based on New York City have had to relocate to keep operations running. With so many Silicon Alley offices located in Lower Manhattan, where power has been out for days, finding a remote hideout with wifi has been critical.
Apple's never been one for apologies, so when a UK court ordered the tech giant to issue a public apology to Samsung, Apple took the opportunity to poke fun at Samsung while following court orders.
One of the smartest and most influential Apple analysts, John Gruber of Daring Fireball, predicts that the iPad Mini will become the best-selling iPad.
A decision to fire Scott Forstall, the leader of mobile software development, means the departure of a high-ranking proponent of the visual design style for software favored by Steve Jobs.
Looks like Apple's Siri, the voice-controlled digital assistant, just got some stiff competition on its own turf, the iPhone.
Netflix shares jumped more than 20 percent on Carl Icahn’s disclosure that he’s amassed a 10 percent stake in the streaming video company.
The lockup period expired on 229 million shares, which caused the stock to drop more than 4 percent, on higher-than-average volume, though it has recovered a bit.
I've had a bit of time to play with the new iPad mini, and my goal isn't to give you a comprehensive review — there are plenty of gadget sites for that. As CNBC's tech correspondent, my goal is to look at this from an investor's perspective.
The surprise acquisition of Lucasfilm by Disney Tuesday will certainly shake up the film world, but the deal also looks set to have substantial ripple effects in other parts of the entertainment industry.
Matt Hunter is the senior technology editor at CNBC.com.
Cadie Thompson is a tech reporter for the Enterprise Team for CNBC.com.
Josh Lipton is CNBC's technology correspondent, working from CNBC's Silicon Valley bureau.
LinkedIn shares have tumbled this year so investors will be tuned in to see what's next when it releases earnings after the bell.
French telecoms operator Iliad has made a $15 billion bid to purchase more than half of T-Mobile USA, countering an earlier offer by Sprint.
The future of wireless growth will come from charging users for multiple devices on the same plan, T-Mobile CEO John Legere says.