Facebook's new Paper app may look like Flipboard, but gesture-based navigation and other features could make it a game changer for the social network.
As Apple's annual meeting approaches, some big investors are fighting an increasingly public fight over what the company should do with its cash.
CalPERS and Carl Icahn are fighting over Apple's buyback program. CNBC's Josh Lipton provides all the details.
Two of Hewlett-Packard's most powerful executives, until they were sidelined by CEO Meg Whitman, are preparing to leave the company soon.
Sony's plans to quit making personal computers after years of losses focus a spotlight on how it intends to fix its flagship TV division.
U.S. carmaker Tesla is taking a bold step to win over Chinese clients by curbing the markup to just half of what its rivals can command.
The company also said Bill Gates would step aside as chairman of the board.
The choice of Satya Nadella as new chief executive reveals a lot about Microsoft's strategy moving ahead.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Investors are too worried about larger global macroeconomic forces to do much buying.
The Super Bowl's funniest ad is not necessarily its most effective. A group of MBA students ranked the latter.
Apple won't be first to market with a smartwatch, but it could take wearables to another level, according to one analyst.
"Apple is trying to get the message out," says Kara Swisher, Re/code co-executive editor, discussing Apple's new video shot on an iPhone 5. Swisher also weighs in on Microsoft's CEO situation.
To mark the 30th anniversary of the Mac, Apple spent the day making a short movie.
From talking turkey to Apple earnings, the "Fast Money" traders had you covered in six must-see moments from the past week.
Carl Icahn has been pushing Apple to use its $150 billion war chest to buy back company shares. Not every shareholder agrees.
Samsung is fighting Apple's bid for a permanent sales ban on some Samsung smartphones, which Apple claims infringe on its patents.
What does Google's sale of its Motorola Mobility unit mean for the smartphone market. Josh Lipton breaks it down on Tech Yeah!
Some people gave Google a pass on the failed Motorola experiment because they're rich and powerful but here's the lesson they need to learn, says Jon Fortt.
Amazon is considering a credit card payment system based on Kindle devices for brick-and-mortar stores, according to a WSJ story.