CNBC's Josh Lipton reports Apple is likely to introduce its new mobile operating system at this year's developer's conference.
Siraj Khaliq, partner at Atomico, says that tech companies in Europe are now ambitious enough to grow to Google's scale, moving on from the previous preference for being acquired.
CNBC's Carl Quintanilla talks to Steve Case, AOL founder and former CEO, about net neutrality, innovation and venture capital.
At the Code Conference, Matt Murphy, Menlo Ventures managing director, talks about how innovation in artificial intelligence is affecting our lives.
Bob Peck, Credit Suisse head of global internet banking, speaks to CNBC's Carl Quintanilla at the Code Conference about the outlook for innovation in technology for our daily lives.
Just ahead of his final column before retiring, Walter Mossberg, The Verge executive editor, discusses his long career covering the changing face of technology.
Mary Ann Bartels, Merrill Lynch and Shawn Golhar, Barclays, weigh in on a jittery Wall Street today in response to the White House turmoil.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin takes a look back at some past start-ups and where they are now.
STMicroelectronics CEO Carlo Bozotti speaks about how European industry must adapt to disruption from the technology sector.
STMicroelectronics CEO Carlo Bozotti speaks about key areas of innovation.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell takes a look at the potential role artificial intelligence will play in monitoring patient health.
"He's brilliant, he's creative and he's fearless," one acquaintance says of Udacity Chairman and Co-Founder Sebastian Thrun.
Udacity Chairman and Co-Founder Sebastian Thrun tells CNBC's "The Brave Ones" about how his fascination with technology began.
Udacity Chairman and Co-Founder Sebastian Thrun speaks to CNBC's "The Brave Ones" about his career.
Sebastian Thrun, Udacity chairman and co-founder, tells CNBC's "The Brave Ones" about his big career risk.
Robert Cihra, Guggenheim Partners managing director of equity research, weighs in on Apple breaking through $800 billion in market cap and the upcoming iPhone 8 cycle.
Walter Isaacson, The Aspen Institute, discusses Warren Buffett's comments on Apple and the tech giant's market capitalization breaking through the $800 billion mark for the first time.
Taizo Son, brother of SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son, tells CNBC what's causing Japan's innovation culture to stumble.
The CEO of the government entity that supports innovators in Singapore talks about why there's no such thing as status quo in innovation.
On Tesla's quarterly earnings call, Elon Musk said there's no indication that Apple was looking to enter the autonomous car space.