The epic patent fight between Samsung and Apple ended on Monday after a jury ordered Samsung pay $120 million in damages for copying iPhone technology. Kurt Eichenwald, Vanity Fair, profiled the mobile giants in the June issue.
CNBC's Jon Fortt reports Intel and Google are saying Intel has new chips in Google's Chromebooks.
Google began offering its same-day delivery service, Shopping Express, days after Amazon announced it was offering same-day shipping, NBC reports.
A video that surfaced on a French blog shows what is allegedly the next Apple iPhone, featuring a 4.7-inch screen.
Computing giant HP and Foxconn will today announce a joint venture to manufacture a new line of servers.
After a long console ban in China, Microsoft says its Xbox One will go on sale in China, The New York Times reports.
Thanks to the new Amazon Wearable Technology store, it has never been easier to tell tech companies, 'shut up and take my money,' NBC News reports.
On Tuesday, Apple announced that its ultra-slim notebooks would cost $100 less and boast the latest version of Intel's Haswell processor.
Missing out on the huge Internet market of Japan marked one of Meg Whitman's biggest blunders, the No. 18 name on CNBC's First 25 list said.
The tech giant hopes the media system's interactive features and social integration give it the edge it needs to compete.
More than a third of all American smartphone owners do absolutely nothing, not even a simple code to lock the screen.
Nike's CEO tells CNBC the company plans to focus more on its FuelBand software, amid reports that it was leaving the hardware business.
Michael Yoshikami is no Apple fanboy but he thinks the company's innovation pipeline did not die with Steve Jobs and it's ridiculous to say otherwise.
Some are calling Google's buying spree the ultimate sign of a bubble. But here's the key thing for investors to remember, says Michael Yoshikami.
Discussing the case for stocks, with Ed Yardeni, president and chief investment strategist of Yardeni Research. He thinks the market had an "internal correction."
Digging into the earnings report from IBM, with the FMHR traders. The Najarian brothers make the bull case for the stock.
A survey suggested Americans expect the next 50 years to bring innovations of science-fiction proportions, but are wary of the social impacts.
It's been nearly a year since chipmaker Intel named Brian Krzanich as its new CEO, and in that time, the troubles it faces haven't changed.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere is starting a crusade against penalties charged to customers when exceeding data limits, NBC reports.
Insiders at some internet companies unloaded personal stakes ahead of the recent slump in tech stocks, the FT reports.