Henry Blodget, Business Insider founder and CEO, and Jason Calacanis, Inside.com founder and CEO, discuss Google's billion-dollar deal to buy HTC's mobile division.
CNBC's Deirdre Bosa reports details of Google's deal with HTC's Pixel division.
Google announced on Thursday it signed a definitive agreement with Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC, to bolster its hardware business.
Alphabet’s Google signed a $1.1 billion all-cash agreement to buy HTC’s smartphone business.
Under the agreement, Google will acquire a team of HTC employees to potentially boost its growing hardware business.
New augmented reality software will be "huge" for taking the technology to the mainstream, tech evangelist Robert Scoble told CNBC.
Diversity is important to fix Silicon Valley's decades-long cultural problems, experts told CNBC at the RISE tech gathering in Hong Kong.
Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs shares some of his management advice with CNBC.
Kiranjeet Kaur, IDC, says the squeezable feature of HTC's new smartphone makes it stand out but it might not be able to take on Apple.
Tuananh Nguyen, Canalys, says HTC's new squeezable U11 smartphone is a feature that helps it stand out, but it remains to be seen if it's just a gimmick.
Game developer Will Brierly's claim to fame was a soda drinking simulation game. Now he's lost 40 lbs using virtual reality.
The HTC U won't actually be bendy but will have a feature that allows a user to touch the sides of the device to carry out a task.
TuanAnh Nguyen, research analyst at Canalys, says 2016 was a pivotal year for VR hardware technology in getting headsets to the market.
The next step for virtual reality is to ditch its dependence on computers and make it more immersive for users.
2017 won't be the year that VR takes off, according to an expert.
Singapore-based startup Hiverlab is taking virtual reality application beyond gaming and entertainment.
Taiwan has an under-the-radar track record of contributing tech and culture to the world.
Gaming may be king of the virtual reality world, but the technology is being adopted by a host of other industries — from retail to travel.
The key to expanding the realm of virtual reality is to let consumers experience it, Sony's Shawn Layden tells CNBC.
After months of buildup, Sony's PlayStation VR hits the market.