CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports on a new gene therapy to help blind people.
Kara Swisher, Recode Executive Editor, discusses the strength of tech stocks this week and what innovation the sector holds, Gawker's Nick Denton firing back at Peter Thiel, and more executives leaving Twitter.
Adam Grant, Wharton professor of management, cites a study which shows it may be more beneficial to deal with the foe you know rather than a sometimes friend you can't depend on.
Sean Behr, Zirx founder and CEO, discusses the huge demand and opportunity in the on-demand space as major automakers form alliances in the ride sharing community.
Adam Grant, Wharton professor of management, weighs in on Walgreens' deal with Theranos without first validating its technology.
Gabe Leydon, Machine Zone founder & CEO, discusses his company's plan to conquer the mobile gaming industry by turning the games into a communications tool.
Nick Weaver, Eero Co-founder & CEO, discusses his company's new system to help home wifi headaches.
Walter Mossberg, Editor-at-Large at Recode, discusses Apple's place in the war for artificial intelligence dominance.
Derek Jeter, five time World Series champion, discusses his partnership with Telisa Yancy of American Family Insurance. It is a perfect fit for me, says Jeter. And Jeter talks about the launch of his own media company and his desire to help the game of baseball grow. I'll always be a Yankee, he says.
Jennifer Nason, JPMorgan Global Chairman, is forecasting consolidation in the technology and media space.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche speaks to Gavin Baker, Fidelity OTC portfolio manager, about value in technology stocks.
Knocki could be a game changer for families with young children, the elderly or disabled, the founder says.
Imax CEO, Richard Gelfond, discusses his company developing a virtual reality camera in partnership with Google, as well as the future for VR in entertainment.
Google wants to make computing more human. Walt Mossberg, The Verge executive editor, provides perspective.
CNBC's Josh Lipton speaks with Clay Bavor, Vice President of Virtual Reality at Google, at the I/O Developers Conference about Google's new "Daydream" VR platform.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports Google will introduce a voice-activated home device called "Google Home." Mike Isaac, The New York Times, and Jessica Lessin, The Information, discuss Google's products in the works.
Kurt Graves, Intarcia Therapeutics CEO, discusses how the company's product eliminates the need for daily injections for type 2 diabetes and instead delivers a steady dose of medicine over the course of a year,
Ajay Chopra, Trinity Ventures weighs in on why not all on-demand companies are doing so well with many firms failing before making it out of the gate.
Lou Basenese, Founder of Disruptive Tech Research, talks about Twitter's innovation troubles and how the social media company could turn things around.
Cyriac Roeding, angel investor and co-founder of Shopkick, thinks China is a healthy "kick in the butt" for Silicon Valley.