Citigroup, Wells Fargo, Line and Xerox are making headlines this Friday morning to wrap up the trading week.
The popular augmented reality app has become the biggest mobile game in US history.
Cybersecurity experts say the limited release of the augmented reality app is pushing some fans to download the game from unverified stores.
Niantic Labs, which developed the augmented reality game, is keeping information about its users, according to BuzzFeed.
Nintendo's stocks soared 32 percent on Monday as the company's new smartphone game Pokémon GO gains popularity.
The Japanese messaging app firm is now on course to raise up to $1.3-billion in its initial public offering.
The maker of Super Mario has added more than $7-billion in market value following the debut of its new smartphone app.
Messenger often took a back seat to WhatsApp, the messaging app that Facebook bought for $19 billion, the New York Times reports.
The Japanese video game maker's stock jumped to its highest level in more than two months.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson breaks down some of the best apps to help organize your finances and keep the information at your fingertips using your smartphone.
Spotify says Apple is making it harder for the streaming music company to compete by blocking its newest version, Recode reports.
Apple TV users can now call up the space app without sending it through an iPad or iPhone.
The office workplace messaging app debuts new message buttons linked to tasks in third-party applications
The social media company is allowing creators to post videos to Twitter of up to 140 seconds in length.
Pandora co-founder and CEO Tim Westergren announced that the company will release new products in the fall.
Uber is turning to a new source of cash in exchange for something other than equity. Recode reports.
The software giant may struggle getting the value it wants from its $26-billion LinkedIn acquisition.
LinkedIn, Apple, Yahoo and Walgreens are making headlines this Monday morning.
June 13- Cloud computing giant Salesforce.com Inc said prominent computer hacking expert Trey Ford will join the company's Heroku unit as its head of trust, starting on Monday. Ford, 36, told Reuters he will be responsible for cyber security and reliability of Heroku, a cloud-based platform for creating and deploying web software applications.
The Japanese messaging app operator gets approval to list in Tokyo and New York.