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Scott McNealy, Wayin co-founder, discusses how social media is using big data to grow, and weighs in on tech valuation and venture capital markets.
With Twitter and Yelp shares plummeting and Facebook set to report earnings, "Fast Money" traders looked at Internet stocks.
Nokia has returned to the consumer space but this time with a virtual reality (VR) camera rather than phones.
Twitter's earnings and advertising revenue both topped estimates, but a warning on user growth sent shares negative.
Microsoft's Windows 10 has hit the market but the company's mobile struggles has put some developers off making apps for the OS.
It's not quite a month old, but Apple's music streaming service has already reached 10 million subscribers, a website reports.
Baidu CEO Robin Li sees lots of investment opportunities in the Chinese economy.
In 2015, Facebook's stock fortunes have headed one way, and Twitter's the other.
Mike Tyson is part of a new venture to bring bitcoin ATMs to Las Vegas.
A global arms race of robotic killing machines is inevitable if countries don't take precautions now, hundreds of experts said.
Cybersecurity researchers and Wired magazine last week showed that hackers could access the on-board computer of a Jeep Cherokee.
Google has halted its pursuit of making Google+ a rival to Facebook with the search giant even admitting its service was "confusing".
Of the many social media companies set to report earnings this week, analyst Gene Munster says that Facebook is "one of the most unique stories."
"Fast Money" traders discussed their place on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, which report earnings in three consecutive days.
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Matt Hunter is the senior technology editor at CNBC.com.
Ari Levy is CNBC.com's senior technology reporter in San Francisco.
Josh Lipton is CNBC's technology correspondent, working from CNBC's Silicon Valley bureau.