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  • July 19- Sharp growth in its commercial cloud computing business helped lift Microsoft Corp's quarterly revenue above Wall Street's expectations, sending the technology company's shares up more than 4 percent in after-hours trading. "Only two companies are setting the tone of enterprise computing, Microsoft Azure and Amazon AWS," said Trip Chowdhry,...

  • Artificial intelligence and vehicle safety

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports from the Automated Vehicle Symposium in San Francisco with the latest on how tech companies, automakers and regulators can come together to promote road safety while developing self-driving technologies.

  • Venter on killing cancer

    J. Craig Venter, Human Longevity Inc., CEO, on how science is on the verge of finding cancer in its earliest stages.

  • When will driverless cars happen?

    Discussing the major roadblocks in the way of driverless car advances, with Mary Cummings, head of Duke University humans and automation lab, and Richard Wallace, Center For Automotive Research. This is the most "dangerous period drivers could be experiencing on the way to full autonomy,” says Cummings.

  • The road ahead for self-driving cars

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports from the Automated Vehicles Summit on autonomous driver guidelines, and comments by U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx.

  • Where is the Pokemon Go crowd walking?

    Former Foursquare CEO Dennis Crowley, is tracking where the Pokemon Go users are walking, and hopes to one day provide businesses with more information on how to best cater to this crowd.

  • Nintendo now bigger than Sony

    Discussing news Nintendo shares nearly doubled, and the company's market cap is now bigger than Sony's, since the Pokemon Go launch, with angel investor Jason Calacanis, and Evernote founder Phil Libin.

  • Space... the economy's new frontier

    Chris Lewicki, Planetary Resources CEO, and Peter Diamandis, XPrize founder & executive chairman, discuss how space exploration could provide an opportunity to unlock the secrets of the solar system while creating wealth.

  • CNBC Pro: Big business of human longevity

    J. Craig Venter, Human Longevity Inc., CEO, discusses how advances in technology could expand human life spans.

  • Medical 'moonshot': Manufactured organs

    Peter Diamandis, XPrize founder & executive chairman, and Martine Rothblatt, United Therapeutics founder, discuss the future of health and medicine.

  • XPrize's path to innovation

    Peter Diamandis, XPrize founder & executive chairman; Marcus Shingles, XPrize CEO, and Anousheh Ansari, Prodea Systems CEO, discuss using crowdfunding to launch entrepreneurial ventures such as space exploration.

  • Executive Edge: Entrepreneurship on decline

    CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on new findings that the overall levels of U.S. entrepreneurship declined in 2015.

  • IBM CFO: We have a cloud-first approach

    Martin Schroeter, IBM CFO & Senior Vice President, discusses the company's earnings report and how they are looking to innovate and grow their cloud computing business.

  • 'Power' creator on 'raising the bar'

    Courtney Kemp, Starz "Power" creator and executive producer, discusses creating creative storytelling in order to hook watchers, and the competitive landscape for content creation.

  • Bryan Cranston's 'assessment of projects'

    CNBC's Carl Quintanilla speaks to actor Bryan Cranston about how he picks which project to work on.

  • Tech against Trump

    Former U.S. CTO Aneesh Chopra is now President of NAVHealth. Chopra discusses the tech and innovation dialogue as the RNC kicks off.

  • LOGAN, W.Va.— Mike Kirk leans across the counter of the pawnshop where he works for $11 an hour. It's less than half what he made in the mines, but the best he can do these days. He and two customers ponder what this city might look like in 10 years if nothing changes.

  • Tech IPOs in trouble?

    Dalton Caldwell, Y Combinator, discusses trends in Silicon Valley, and whether hot companies are in the pipeline.

  • Consumer Reports calls for Tesla to disable autopilot steering

    Laura MacCleery, Consumer Reports vice president of consumer policy and mobilization, is calling on Tesla to disable and rename the automatic steering function temporarily until their vehicle is in line with other manufacturers' features; and CNBC's Phil LeBeau, provides perspective.

  • Scott Keogh, President of Audi of America, introduces the Audi A3 and S3 during the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show in Los Angeles, California November 20, 2013.

    Auto companies are racing to develop self-driving cars and Audi of America President Scott Keogh believes his company is in first place.