Jim Cramer spoke with Apple CEO Tim Cook, who provided insight on what he considers to be the most important element for Apple long term and discusses his views on China.
Five companies announced a formation of a new lobbying arm called the "Self-driving Coalition for Safer Streets." Former NHTSA Administrator and current partner at Venable LLP David Strickland, says the cars do not require an independent lane.
Amazon's Jeff Bezos scored big in the stock market Friday, evidence that investing for the long-term can pay off, one analyst told CNBC.
Discussing whether Apple needs to look outside its company for innovation, with Shawn Carolan, early Siri investor.
"Looking to the future, the next big step will be for the very concept of the 'device' to fade away."
Brian Buchwald, CEO & Co-founder of Bomoda, and Alyssa Carroll, Astrsk Senior Account Director, discuss Apple's product and marketing strategies.
CNBC Contributor Bill George, Senior Fellow at Harvard Business School and Fmr. Medtronic Chairman, and Vivek Wadhwa, Fellow at the Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University, discuss whether Apple and its CEO Tim Cook have lost credibility after dismal earnings.
Benjamin Mayo, iOS developer and writer for 9t05 Mac, and CNBC.com editor Ari Levy talk about Apple's product cycle and how the tech giant can continue to grow and innovate.
Apple posted its first ever drop in iPhone sales. Re/code's executive editor Walt Mossberg looks at the great gadgets of the past, and the maturing smartphone.
Discussing whether Apple's innovation has stagnated and whether investors should buy into the company with Kevin O'Leary, "Shark Tank" Investor & TV Personality and O'Shares Investments Chairman, and David Pearl, Executive Vice President, Co-Chief Investment & Portfolio Manager at Epoch Investment Partners.
Dawn Chmielewski, Senior Editor at Re/code, and CNBC's Josh Lipton discuss Apple's innovation pipeline and where the company could go from here.
Discussing the future for virtual reality in the fields of documentary filmmaking and sports, with Gary Hustwit, Filmmaker and Scenic VR CEO, and Brendan Reilly, EON Sports CEO.
Millions of workers are choosing to go active in the office, thanks to a slew of brand new office products gaining traction—and dollars—fast.
Rumors have emerged that a new version of Sony’s PlayStation 4 will be called the NEO, and experts think the console will help boost sales.
Facebook Chief Technology Officer Mike Schroepfer leads the teams building new technology for the social media giant, and that often means saying “no” to cool ideas.
Jessi Hempel, Wired senior writer, discusses the secrets of virtual reality company Magic Leap which managed to raise a billion and a half dollars and has yet to produce a single product.
Luann De Lesseps, "Real Housewives of New York," and Ramona Singer, "Real Housewives of New York," discuss how their roles on reality television helped launch their entrepreneurial careers.
Dr. Ali Rezai, Director of Ohio State Neurological Institute, provides insight to the breakthrough brain technology that is helping a paralyzed man regain feeling in his limbs.
Andy Smith, CEO DailyBurn, and Jesse Hertzberg, Livestream CEO, talk about their companies' partnerships with Facebook on its Facebook Live platform.
Re/code Executive Editor Kara Swisher talks about the White House taking on the cable box, Microsoft suing the Justice Department and her political ambitions.