Discussing whether social media businesses are worth investing in, with Aaron Kessler, Raymond James and Porter Bibb, Media Tech Capital Partners.
CNBC's Jon Fortt reports on AT&T cracking down on smartphone addicts.
Yelp is screaming higher on its first day of trading. Insight on whether the company is already overvalued, with Max Wolff, GreenCrest Capital.
CNBC's Steve Liesman has the story on one of the few search engines in the world to beat Google inside its own country.
Yelp CEO and co-founder Jeremy Stoppelman told CNBC he has a "grand vision" for his newly public company: to be the "Amazon of local" advertising and information.
Jessi Hempel, who reported on Facebook for Fortune Magazine, offers an inside-look at the world of Mark Zuckerberg.
Ed Zabitsky, analyst at ACI Research, explains why he has a "sell" rating on Apple. He gives the stock a $270 price target.
It's been a busy week for tech between the Yelp IPO at the NYSE on Friday and Microsoft unveiling its new Windows 8 software. Rick Sherlund, head of U.S. technology equity research at Nomura, weighs in.
Jeremy Stoppelman, Yelp co-founder & CEO, discusses when Yelp will be profitable: "There's a lot of leverage in the model and that's starting to show," he says.
Tech giant Marc Andreessen comments on Apple's stock price and growth prospects.
Rich Greenfield BTIG Research, discusses the phenomenal growth in game play on social networking sites, and how Zynga and Facebook will profit from it.
Yelp is the latest internet IPO and the last big web name to go public before the biggest of all, Facebook, with CNBC's Kayla Tausche from San Jose.
Americans spent more than $200 billion online last year and are expected to shell out $327 billion on Internet stores by 2016. Susan Lyne, Gilt Groupe chairman, weighs in.
Remember that YouTube video by a guy who sang a song about United Airlines breaking his guitars? Well, now he’s turned his viral fame into a business — the business of helping other victimized customers get their complaints heard, too.
Jon Burnham, CEO of Burnham Asset Management, discusses where he sees Apple's next stop. Apple stock is Burnham's top holding.
The app is the brainchild of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, which is giving it away for free. Think of it as QE3 for the mobile lifestyle.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak reflects on the tech giant's $500 billion market cap. He also tells CNBC's Brian Sullivan the stock will hit $1000.
There's a lot of hope —and hype —about clean tech, as more businesses, big and small, new and old, look to get ahead in the fast-growing sector.
Shares of Research in Motion fell today after Jefferies cut its estimates and price target, with Peter Misek, of Jefferies.
Insight on Facebook offering advertisers new ways to reach its 845 million users, with Shayndi Raice, WSJ reporter.