Enterprise Innovation

  • Evaluating Apple's bottom line

    Brian Marshall, ISI Group IT Hardware and Data Networking Analyst, explains what really drives Apple's financial model.

  • Apple recalibrating?

    Discussing what to expect from Apple at WWDC, with Steven Levy, Wired senior writer; Brian Marshall, ISI Group; and CNBC's Jon Fortt and Kayla Tausche.

  • Expectations for Apple's product pipeline

    CNBC's Carl Quintanilla and Josh Lipton, discuss what Apple may be unveiling at WWDC and if Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine will be involved.

  • Anticipating mystery Apple products

    Apple's stock has been soaring since its 7-for-1 stock split in April. Bert Dohmen, Dohmen Capital Research Institute, and Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray, discuss what's behind the tech giant's run-up.

  • Belly's one-stop reward shop

    Logan LaHive, Belly CEO, and Brad Keywell, Groupon co-founder, explains Belly's loyalty marketing platform and how they help consumers finds deals at local businesses.

  • Theftie: Stopping smartphone theft

    Kevin Mahaffey, co-founder of Lookout Mobile Security, says Lookout software recognizes events such as theft, takes a picture, and sends GPS data to the phone owner by email.

  • Will.i.am discusss Beats-Apple deal

    Will.i.am, founding shareholder of Beats Electronics and frontman for The Black Eyed Peas, discusses the beginning of Beats Electronics and its collaborations with Apple.

  • The SpaceX space taxi

    SpaceX founder Elon Musk has unveiled the next generation of space flight. CNBC's Jane Wells takes a look at how astronauts will be traveling in the near future.

  • Isaacson's innovators

    The Aspen Institute's Walter Isaacson discusses his upcoming book on innovation.

  • Getting into Google's mind

    Google's head of strategic planning Abigail Posner, explains why seemingly trivial videos get tons of digital engagement. Posner also discusses how the visual web allows users to express themselves in technical ways.

  • Hippeau: Next big media thing

    Eric Hippeau, Lerer Ventures managing director, reveals the next big thing media industry and discusses the importance of net neutrality to start-ups. Without accessible, fast broadband our economy is going to stall, Hippeau says.

  • Google pushing tech innovation

    Lauren Goode, Re/code tech reporter, discusses Google's electric-powered self-driving car and the innovation happening on a global scale in technology. CNBC's Jon Fortt provides insight.

  • Driverless car: No steering, no wheel, no problem

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau and Jon Linkov, Consumer Reports managing editor for autos, discuss the future of automated cars and what the biggest obstacles are for the tech giant getting these cars out on the road.

  • Limitations of Google self-driving car

    Google has unveiled its driverless car. Bob Lutz, General Motors former vice chairman, discusses what this means for the auto industry and explains what the prototype car cannot do.

  • Google eyes home-security expansion

    The "Squawk Alley" news team discuss Google's reported interest in purchasing camera maker Dropcam.

  • Apple controlling your home

    The "Squawk Alley" news team discuss Apple's plans for a software platform that will enable the iPhone to control your home appliances.

  • How exponential finance has Wall Street on edge

    Unstoppably tech forces, like A.I. and cryptocurrency, are disrupting the world of finance, possibly leaving some behind in the dust.

  • Detecting illnesses...before symptoms occur

    Illumina claims it has the most technically-advanced genome sequencing system in the world and could revolutionize health care in the future. CNBC goes to Cambridge, U.K. to investigate.

  • Using the cloud to improve health care

    Microsoft is developing a cloud application that measures biometric and environmental data to forecast illness. This has the potential to increase productivity in health care but also save providers billions of euros.

  • Manufacturing DNA to cure illnesses

    CNBC visits researchers in Oxford, U.K., who are working on slowing or restoring the loss of sight by creating healthy DNA for the human retina.