An analyst Friday addressed the concern that Apple will lose its dominance of the tech industry like Nokia did a decade ago.» Read More
Evercore's Ken Sena and Citi's Mark May explain why LinkedIn's stock is down despite its latest earnings beat.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan are expecting a daughter.
Symphony's CEO David Gurle plays down talk that his company could be the one to topple "The Bloomberg."
Microsoft said its new Windows 10 operating system is now running on more than 14 million computers, two days after it was released for free.
China's e-commerce players are training rural shoppers to buy online, as sales in the countryside, while still low, grow faster than in major cities.
Growing concerns over consumer data privacy online are leading to the rise of more "dark social" apps and ad-blocking services.
"Fast Money" traders looked at big names including Apple, Facebook and Microsoft after a string of technology earnings.
LinkedIn's costs rose and a strong dollar eroded the value of income, but the adjusted results still beat the Street.
Microsoft's Azure cloud continued its partnering frenzy, joining forces with Jasper to help connected devices deal with data overload.
Say "goodbye" to ad-free Solitaire without a price tag. Windows 10 includes updates to a few card games.
Hackers were able to exploit a Wi-Fi-enabled sniper rifle's vulnerabilities and change the gun's target, according to tech site Wired.
NASA hosts a gathering of companies to map out an air traffic management system for unmanned aircraft.
Yahoo's live-streamed messaging service seems like the tech company is chasing a trend rather than being an industry leader, analysts say.
Google has distributed a new version of its Google Glass aimed at the workplace, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Many Americans are getting more high-tech, safer credit cards, but the change could spell disaster for small businesses.
Investors misunderstood comments from Facebook CFO David Wehner about slower revenue growth in the rest of 2015, Gene Munster said.
"Fast Money" traders looked at Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn as the social media names reported earnings this week.
A high-ranking Xiaomi executive poured cold water on speculation that the Chinese smartphone star is considering an IPO.
Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray, weighs in on Facebook's quarterly results, including progress with Instagram and Oculus. Also Munster shares his thoughts on making money from Messenger.
This is the first time that a public company has said the unicorn bubble is impacting its business, Re/code reports.
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