Ari Levy is CNBC's senior technology reporter in San Francisco. He joined in June 2014.
Prior to CNBC, he spent 11 years at Bloomberg News, starting with financial coverage in New York, before moving to the Bay Area, where he wrote about venture capital, deals and dealmakers, technology start-ups and innovation. He also edited stories across the technology landscape and contributed to Bloomberg Businessweek and Bloomberg Markets.
Tech investors are seeking out semiconductor start-ups to profit off the expected boom in artificial intelligence.
Graduates of Carnegie Mellon with an expertise in robotics can make $200,000 in the autonomous driving market.
As Apple prepares to bring augmented reality to hundreds of millions of devices, app developers are testing a new kind of playable ad.
Roku has a big challenge on its hands convincing public market investors that they can make money in consumer devices.
CNBC's Ari Levy reports on sources saying Target is moving away from Amazon Web Services.
Target is plotting a big move away from AWS as Amazon takes over retail.
Amazon has never acted like a tech company, and that's why it can acquire Whole Foods and offer discounts to consumers.
After spending years touting the Berkshire Hathaway Model, Palihapitiya has created a tech holding company in Buffett's image.
Sallie Krawcheck's storied career on Wall Street gave her the perspective and the money to create an investing start-up for women.
Jason Calacanis, one of Uber's first investors, says a merger with Tesla would create the ultimate transportation company.