T-Mobile US CEO John Legere and Sprint chief Marcelo Claure traded barbs on Thursday as the two wireless providers announced unlimited data plans.
The electronics chain will be offering 50-hours of Black Friday-like discounts.
Jan Kniffen, J. Rogers Kniffen Worldwide Enterprises CEO, and Stacey Widlitz, SW Retail Advisors president, share their take on the retail sector.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on GoPro's Omni, the action camera maker's push into virtual reality and 360 degree content.
Farhad Manjoo, New York Times Tech Reporter, weighs in on Apple's latest investments in China, his outlook for the iPhone and Berkshire Hathaway increasing their stake in the tech giant.
Jefferies just downgraded its rating for Best Buy to hold from buy.
Courts Asia Group CEO Terry O'Connor says Q1 earnings were healthy because of margin improvements by keeping inventory tight and costs lean.
Walter Mossberg, Recode Editor-at-Large, discusses Apple's upcoming launch event including what new features he's expecting.
The new model could feature a touch-screen strip for function keys, a slimmer screen and a Touch ID scanner.
GoTenna has created a way for smartphone users to communicate no matter where they are.
Rick Tetzeli, Fast Company Editor at Large, discusses a post-Steve Jobs Apple and how CEO Tim Cook is handling the technology giant.
Walter Isaacson, President and CEO of The Aspen Institute & CNBC Contributor, discusses how Apple's business is faring as well as rumored features of the iPhone 7.
Smartphone shipments grew to reach 31-million units in India during the second quarter, but 97-percent of devices are Android.
Priceline, LinkedIn and Apple are making headlines on Wall Street this Friday morning to wrap up the trading week.
The chipmaker warns customers the watch can overheat, causing burns or blisters to the skin.
Walter Mossberg, Recode Editor-at-Large, discusses the struggle in buying a television and whether it's still too complicated.
Etsy, Fitbit, GoDaddy and Party City all have hopes of turning around misfortunes since their IPOs.
The video game industry has drastically changed since its early beginnings with Atari in the 1970s.
Microsoft said it would cut about 2,850 more jobs over the next 12 months, for total planned job cuts of 4,700, or about 4 percent of its workforce.
The Japanese company, Funai Electric, plans to stop making VCRs due to a decline in sales.