Patrick Moorhead of Moor Insights & Strategy says Google's game streaming service Stadia is not likely to be a "game changer," but rather, an "additive offering."
Jim Cramer talks with Norwegian Cruise Lines CEO Frank Del Rio about the company's plans to add more ships to its line and going after its fastest-growing customer base.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin discusses Facebook's announcement that it will work to prevent discrimination of ad targeting on its platform.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Michael Sanchez, brother of Bezos' girlfriend Lauren Sanchez, sold the billionaire's secrets to the Enquirer for $200,000. That material includes the racy texts and photos that Bezos sent to his girlfriend. Michael Rothfeld, one of the Wall Street Journal investigative reporter who broke the story, joins "Squawk Box" to explain the details of the story.
Daniel Ives of Wedbush Securities says Facebook has been "left in the dust" of other FAANG stocks. He says the "revolving door" of executives in the company is a "concerning trend" for investors.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the National Enquirer's publisher paid $200,000 to obtain intimate texts between Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and his mistress Lauren Sanchez.
Grab said on Tuesday it is rolling out several financial products including microinsurance and credit services to users in Southeast Asia.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called for a global crackdown on social media in the wake of the attacks on two Christchurch mosques.
Golden Gate Ventures and Hanwha Asset Management are looking to raise around $200 million in funds, according to a source familiar with the matter.
The groups known as "kuakuaqun" — Mandarin for "praising groups" — could be a response by users fed up with hatred onli
Facebook said the livestream of a gunman who opened fire on worshipers at two mosques in New Zealand last week was viewed 4,000 times before it was removed.
Netflix will not make its TV shows and movies available through Apple upcoming video offering, Netflix Chief Executive Reed Hastings said on Monday.
"At some point in the future, there will be a reckoning" for Google and big tech either in "Congress or in a court of law," Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood says.
Facebook shares sink after Needham downgraded the stock and warned clients about recent management departures.
Scott Stewart, vice president for tactical analysis at Stratfor, said terrorists used to rely on mass media to propagate their messages, but the internet has made it easier for them to spread their agenda.
Scott Stewart of Stratfor says, with the help of the internet, terrorists now have the ability to become their own "mass media," and more needs to be done to take this ability away from them.
Ed Lee of The New York Times and Casey Newton of The Verge discuss the potential government regulations facing tech giants like Facebook and Google.
The tool saves victims of the unwanted intimate posts the time and trial of getting the posts taken down.
BMO Capital Markets told clients that it's made Netflix its top tech stock in light of Warren's plan to bust up Amazon, Facebook and Google.
SenseNets, a Chinese company that makes facial recognition technology which is used by the government in Beijing, says Microsoft is a partner. But Microsoft says it has no connection with the controversial firm.