Brian Janous, Microsoft energy director, discusses Microsoft's plans to reduce its carbon footprint.
Sources tell CNBC that AWS and Cerner are in the final stages of talks to deepen their partnership in a big way.
Technical analyst Louise Yamada says the charts show that Nasdaq's record run is far from over.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The market is seeing are more hybrid cloud computing deployments, says Jordan De Leon, senior analyst at Canalys.
Why one trader is reversing course on his previous big tech call.
A perfect storm of sensitive political meetings and a new cybersecurity law has led to a sharp crackdown on internet freedoms in China, NYT reports.
Amazon has announced a special-purpose region of cloud data centers for use by the U.S. intelligence community.
Cisco shares surged to 16-year highs this week, but one strategist warns the rally is nothing more than a short squeeze.
AI will have the biggest technological impact on the oil and gas industry over the coming years according to Microsoft's MENA Oil and Gas Director.
At CNBC's Disruptor 50 event on Wednesday night, Reid Hoffman did not hold back.
In response to a September inquiry from regulators, a lawyer representing MongoDB said the board wasn't sure if it would go public in 2017 or after that.
A larger display makes spending more than $2,000 on a laptop less crazy.
Baidu's Raven H smart speaker looks like a stack of thin, colored square blocks and comes with a touch-sensitive LED display controller.
Lower U.S. corporate taxes won't impact investment decisions, billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban said on Wednesday
Microsoft and GitHub are coming out with tools to let people collaborate on code instead of just sharing screens or working separately.
The tech icon gave simple but important advice in a 2007 talk.
Soros Fund Management also reduced stakes in Facebook and Twitter.
Alphabet's Google reclaimed its spot as the default search engine on Mozilla's Firefox Internet browser in the U.S. and other regions.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates gave an optimistic speech Tuesday on the rise of new technologies and how they will impact human society in years to come.