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Amazon announced a microwave that works with Alexa on Thursday, and CNBC had a chance to take a quick peek.
Morgan Stanley reiterates its overweight rating for Amazon shares, saying customer data from its brick and mortar stores will lead to more sales.
With its first-day gains, Eventbrite's IPO is one of the biggest opening-day pops in recent months.
Comcast is preparing for a situation where Fox, working in concert with Disney, increases its offer for Sky, sources say. An increased bid would force Comcast to bid higher for Sky, just as Comcast forced Disney to up its bid for Fox earlier.
The direct-to-consumer ESPN+ service doesn't require people to have a cable or sattelite subscription to get their sports content.
The comments shed light on a tumultuous few months for Social Capital. It's lost a handful of executives, spurring speculation about a mass exodus.
All of Tesla's production vehicles have at some point earned perfect safety scores from Tesla
Samsung's mobile CEO DJ Koh told CNBC that the company plans to overhaul its smartphone strategy at the mid-range price point by packing new technology into its Galaxy A devices. The Galaxy A7 is the first handset as part of the new strategy.
Facebook reportedly testing new dating feature with safeguards to prevent stalking and encourage meaningful connections. The country-wide test is running in Colombia.
A collective $168 billion has been wiped off the BATs — Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent — thanks to a cocktail of factors from the U.S.-China trade war to concerns over valuations and regulatory crackdown from Beijing.
The massive ticket vending company has publicly criticized the practice of reselling tickets but has secretly set up its own deals with scalpers, a new report says.
GoPro has been outfitting its flagship adventure cameras with shareable, social-focused features like easy uploading and unique video formats in an effort to revive sales.
Sky, Twenty-First Century Fox, Comcast and Disney agreed to an auction to settle the bidding war over the British broadcaster.
Amazon is using machine learning to recommend products, helping people who don't know exactly what they want. The news sent Wayfair shares down 4 percent.
Stifel increases its price target to $38 from $21 for AMD shares, citing strong demand for its new products.
Jack Ma, founder and chairman of Alibaba, says the Chinese retail giant no longer promises to create 1 million U.S. jobs in the wake of an escalating trade conflict.