Stocks rose on Friday as investors bypassed a surprisingly disappointing jobs report.
Apple increased its lead in the U.S. smartphone market as it prepares to unveil its next-generation iPhone, comScore data showed. Re/code reports.
Arik Hesseldahl, Re/code senior editor, says Apple hasn't publicized its "two step verification process" very well.
Here's what to expect at Apple's "secretive" event coming up on Tuesday: iPhone, iWatch, payments feature
Geeks around the world have eagerly awaited the Moto 360 smartwatch for months. If the reviews are any indication, they may want to keep waiting.
Former Microsoft VP of consumer products, and Lyve CEO, Tim Bucher, discusses Apple's iCloud hack. Bucher says Apple could have put policies in place a long time ago to prevent its recent iCloud breach.
Daisuke Wakabayashi, The Wall Street Journal, discusses Apple CEO Tim Cook's comments about iCloud security and what steps the tech giant can take to better protect its customers.
With its new Moto G and Moto X, Motorola is renewing its bet on the mid-range smartphone market, Re/code reports.
CNBC's Jim Cramer and David Faber discuss the latest Apple product rumors and the tech giants recent deals on the payments side for its new phones.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Chinese technology firm Huawei stole a march on Apple with the release a new smartphone with a gemstone scratch-resistant screen.
College is expensive. If you are armed with only a high school diploma, you may wan to start with these companies.
Apple is planning additional steps to keep hackers out of user accounts in the face of the recent celebrity photo scandal.
Nvidia has sued rival chip-makers Qualcomm and Samsung Electronics, accusing both companies of infringing its patents on graphics processing technology.
CNBC Executive News Editor Patti Domm tells investors what to look for next week, from the biggest economic indicators to Apple's big expected product launch.
Kevin Slaten, Program Coordinator at China Labor Watch, highlights the unsafe standards used by Apple's supplier Catcher Technology.
Scott Kessler, senior equity analyst at S&P Capital IQ, has a hold rating on Apple shares ahead of the company's upcoming product launch and says the good news is priced in already.
Alex Gauna, JPM Securities analyst, believes Apple's new product launch will be the most impressive and powerful upgrade cycle for the company in years.
While Apple fans are hungry for a new iPhone, some analysts are warning investors from "aggressively buying" the stock ahead of its event on Tuesday.
An Apple analyst who's covered the stock for nearly eight years has only changed his rating twice, but that could change Tuesday.