This is the perfect environment for investing in stocks, Fred Alger Management's Daniel Chung said. Here are two names he likes.
"What happened in electronics and software is about to happen in biology," says Jay Walker, Patent Properties chairman, discussing the impending explosion in the health and wellness sector. Walker also explains how Apple's "HealthKit" may be paving the way towards a market with tech driven, individualized health care.
Cloud computing isn't just for humans - robots are getting in on the action too.
"Jeopardy!" champ Julia Collins receives some investment ideas from the "Fast Money Halftime Report" traders.
Microsoft is breaking with tradition to get its Windows Phone software on more devices in an Android-dominated market.
Investors are already wondering what high-priced stocks will next pierce $700 a share as Apple is on the verge of splitting its share price.
Barnes & Noble will develop a tablet with Samsung as it tries to revive its Nook digital business, which has struggled against competitors.
It's not a question of whether Apple's iPhone or Google's Android is winning the smartphone war, Marc Andreessen says, because they're both wildly popular.
Peter Diamandis, co-founder of Singularity University, says within 15 years many S&P 500 companies will be extinct.
The Chinese e-commerce giant has been counseling employees on how to deal with the roughly $41 billion they could unlock through a New York listing.
India could allow global online retailers such as Amazon to sell products as early as next month, removing restrictions that have stifled competition.
Big data – where every aspect of your life is being quantified in every way imaginable – may be a term you are only just beginning to recognize.
Amazon.com said it will hold a launch event on June 18 in Seattle, amid ongoing speculation that the company is preparing its own smartphone.
Big tech is trying to break into politics but is being met with mixed results. Here's what they have to do, says Jake Novak.
Does the thought of being surreptitiously recorded by some Google Glass "Explorer" without your permission make you a tad angry?
The U.S. is the third-largest solar market, and it's growing rapidly because of private investment and federal support.
The National Security Agency's snooping is about to get more difficult. NYT reports.
On Tuesday, Instagram rolled out the sixth version of its mobile photo-sharing app.
U.S. companies such as Facebook threaten the cyber-security of China and its Internet users, said the People's Daily on its microblog.
A day after records were set, traders found few reasons to buy.