CNBC's Todd Haselton reviews the Amazon microwave, which lets you talk to Amazon Alexa to reheat coffee, defrost meat and more. It can even order more popcorn when you run out. Here's what you need to know, including Amazon's bigger game plan. » Read More
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Guggenheim downgraded Apple to neutral from buy and removed its prior $245 price target. UBS cut its 12-month price target on Apple to $225 from $240 and lowered iPhone unit sales estimates for the current quarter to 73.5 million from 75 million. » Read More
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Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff compared using Facebook to a deadly cigarette addiction in a wide-ranging interview with Recode editor Kara Swisher. The interview is set to air on MSNBC on Sunday at 10 p.m. ET. » Read More
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UnitedHealthcare members enrolled in the Motion program can get an Apple Watch for the cost of taxes and shipping alone, if they reach certain fitness milestones. » Read More
Apple entered a bear market on Wednesday as shares added to a 20 percent decline from recent all-time highs.
Bitcoin fell more than 7 percent Wednesday after a relatively calm few months.
The payments company is giving sellers that use Square for payroll the option to provide health care and retirement savings to their employees.
A newly released proposal from Atlanta shows that it offered Amazon the chance at its own train car to deliver goods throughout the city if it was selected as the location for HQ2.
With billions of dollars pouring into original programming for over-the-top services, Disney is stepping into the middle of a "food fight," Malone said.
Instagram Co-founder and former CEO Kevin Systrom said it's important for the future of the world that social media companies be policed well and take their issues of misinformation and harassment seriously.
Talented professionals won't be willing to work traditional 9-to-5 jobs in the future. CNBC recently spoke with Upwork CEO Stephane Kasriel about the need to institute remote-work policies, and the consequences for companies if they don't.
Uber announced its first consumer-facing loyalty program called "Uber Rewards" that - depending on the level of membership - will reward users with dedicated phone support, complimentary upgrades and access to the highest-rated drivers.
The U.S. Justice Department and Securities and Exchange Commission have subpoenaed Snap for information about its March 2017 initial public offering, the social media app maker told Reuters on Tuesday.
Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei's consumer business, told CNBC that the augmented reality glasses could be ready in "one to two years."
Facebook said it removed 36 Facebook accounts, six pages and 99 Instagram accounts that may have been connected to a Russian internet troll farm. Most were created after mid-2017, and one Instagram account reached more than 600,000 U.S. users.
Google Maps is great for getting around if you're walking or taking public transit. But, if you drive to work and frequently find yourself sitting in traffic, it's time you made the switch over to Waze. Here's how to use Waze on iPhone and Android.
Amazon announced Tuesday it would split its second headquarters between Long Island City in New York and National Landing in Arlington, Virginia. It also announced a new Operations Center of Excellence in Nashville, Tennessee.
In a speech in Singapore on Wednesday, IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde said central banks have a role supplying money to the digital economy.
Artificial intelligence will not be replacing people, but will make them "far more capable," according to Peter Schwartz of Salesforce.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the pace and push of using technology in the financial sector should serve to improve the lives of the world's most marginalized people.