Mark Mahaney of RBC Capital Markets and Brent Thill of Jefferies discuss the tech sector ahead of a major earnings week, on CNBC's "Squawk Alley."
Huawei said 2019 "will be a year of large-scale deployment of 5G around the world" and its carrier business "has unprecedented opportunities for growth."
Experts say the Trump administration lacks a clear approach to 5G that goes beyond attacking Chinese telecom giant Huawei.
US authorities are probing the Chinese tech company for potential sanction violations.
The new appears to give the Kremlin greater control of communication flows in the country.
Voice-enabled tech will end the need for keyboards within five years, a venture capitalist with a track record for successful bets says.
Facebook said on Wednesday evening it may have "unintentionally uploaded" the email contacts of up to 1.5 million users on its site, without their permission or knowledge, when they signed up for new accounts since May 2016.
The European parliament voted on Wednesday to fine firms like Facebook, Google and Twitter up to 4 percent of their turnover if they persistently fail to remove extremist content within one hour of being asked to do so by authorities.
Amazon said it will "no longer operate a marketplace on Amazon.cn" and "will no longer be providing seller services on Amazon.cn effective July 18."
Users affected by the incident weren't just limited to the U.S., according to a source familiar with the matter.
"It's all about peer pressure. That's why [CEO] Reed Hastings is right when he says: 'the real metric is can we keep members happy,'" Jim Cramer says.
Tom Forte of D.A. Davidson discusses Pinterest's upcoming IPO on CNBC's "Closing Bell."
Esports organization Gen.G announces it has raised $46 million in a funding round led by some big names in sports and entertainment.
Providers of sexual content could be blacked out if they fail to verify the age of browsers.
Apple's settlement with Qualcomm shows it had no choice but to partner with its legal rival.
Mobile telecom equipment maker Ericsson reported a bigger that expected rise in first-quarter operating earnings on Wednesday, adding that it saw particularly strong growth in North America.
"As much as we hate to chase on 'Mad Money,' the charts, as interpreted by Bob Lang, suggest that all three of these internet stocks have more room to run," the "Mad Money" host said.
Sprint and T-Mobile have argued that the merger is necessary to compete with the two largest carriers in the U.S., AT&T and Verizon.
Twitter claimed it has "made strides in creating a healthier service" on Tuesday following reports about the social media giant's shortcomings in managing abusive content.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reportedly once considered pursuing numerous deals with third-party developers to help it find out how much users' data is worth.