Tesla Motors continues to surprise investors on its way to producing 500,000 cars annually by 2020.
Tesla results may show that there's healthy demand around the world for the Model S, but the electric carmaker's upcoming plans for its Gigafactory are where investors should be focused.
WWE's plans to get its transformational WWE Network to 1.4 million subscribers is going much slower than Wall Street expected, causing the company to cut 7% of its staff.
Tesla's second-quarter results may continue to show that there's healthy demand for the Model S around the world, but the company's upcoming plans for its Gigafactory are more important.
Square is preparing small businesses for the EMV migration and industry shift to chip-enabled credit cards with a new reader and learning material.
Twitter shares are surging because of one number, and one number only: 271 million monthly active users (MAUs).
Twitter investors were cheering after the company was able to accelerate user growth, following strong results from Facebook.
The giant online retailer sells hardware, software - nearly everything you can think of and more. But, has Amazon lost its focus?
Zillow announced it is buying Trulia in a $3.5 billion in a stock-for-stock transaction as both companies come from a 'mutual position of strength,' according to Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff.
Amazon's Fire phone is an OK-at-best attempt at a smartphone, and consumers should wait until the second or third generation to consider purchasing the phone.
Amazon earnings may show a re-acceleration in the company's all-important third-party business, as it continues to expand channels to sell consumers more goods.
Facebook's earnings show mobile advertising efforts are much stronger than anticipated, allowing it to generate margins other companies could only hope to dream about.
Facebook earnings blew past Wall Street estimates, as the social network continues to be a mobile advertising giant.
Sprint teams with Google to start offering Google Apps for Business, as the company continues to focus on the changes in the work place and cater to the mobile worker.
Though Facebook advertising business is growing like weeds, the company's less talked about Open Computer Project is proving to be a boon to shareholders as well, though for different reasons.
The big takeaway from Apple's earnings isn't the iPhone number, or how weak the iPad is, it was how strong the gross margins are.
Yahoo! is turning to its Tumblr platform as it seeks to boost engagement for Yahoo! Finance, allowing investors such as Carl Icahn and more to publish expert generated content.
Apple reports fiscal third-quarter earnings after the close. While investors will be paying attention to the results, any hint on the next product cycle will likely garner more attention.
Microsoft investors will be looking less to the company's earnings and more towards how CEO Satya Nadella plans to keep Microsoft relevant in the future.
Apple shares have surged since it reported fiscal second-quarter earnings, and investors will be looking to see whether the iPhone units continue to be strong ahead of a refresh.
IBM shares slump as the company's service backlog continued to slip, despite reporting better-than-expected second-quarter results.
Google's results demonstrate that even though cost-per-click continues to weaken year over year, the company's bundling efforts appear to be paying off even if they're taking longer than expected.
Google earnings will continue to be dependent on cost-per-click (CPC), and whether advertisers begin to understand the benefits of advertising on mobile devices sooner rather than later.
Though there's optimism surrounding the deal IBM made with Apple earlier this month, second-quarter earnings will continue show that the company has a lot of work to do.
Zillow announced on Wednesday that it has acquired Retsly, a Vancouver-based software maker that crunches real estate data from multiple listing services (MLS).
Apple's historic deal with IBM puts both companies at the forefront of enterprise budgets, but also crimps the moves BlackBerry and Microsoft have made in recent years.
Intel shares soar after the world's largest chipmaker blows past its pre-announced second-quarter results and the company announces plans to buy back $20 billion in stock.
IBM announced it signed an exclusive deal with Apple to bring a new class of business apps-bringing IBM's big data and analytics capabilities to the iPhone and iPad.
For Yahoo! investors, second-quarter earnings may wind up sounding like a broken record: The core business is stable, but not growing much, if at all, and it's all about Alibaba.
Apple's recovery from the fall in late 2012 and most of 2013 is nearly complete, as the company gets ready to launch new products later this year.
Apple shares ticked higher after Barclays upgraded the stock to 'overweight,' after having downgraded the stock in April for the first time in a decade.
Yahoo! has acquired video broadcast start-up RayV, according to both companies.
Amazon is intent on making delivery by drone a reality, as it battles with the Federal Aviation Administration, asking the government agency if it can start testing outside designated areas.
Reynolds American and Lorillard confirm they are in merger talks.
Apple has lost market share in the domestic set-top box business, according to research firm Parks Associates, putting the world's largest company behind Roku and its largest rival, Google.
Zynga announced that Google Vice President of Engineering and leader of the Advanced Technology and Projects Dr. Regina E. Dugan is joining the company's board of directors.
Following Alibaba's IPO, Yahoo! and CEO Marissa Mayer may be looking to put some of that money to work, buying companies that will boost both revenue and engagement.
Tesla's plant in Fremont, Calif., is capable of producing more than 500,000 cars a year. Here's what it looks like inside.
Tesla has taken the automotive industry by storm, and CEO Elon Musk has taken an innovative approach. Those who work for him say Musk 'will really ask you the impossible.'
Tesla continues to make shockwaves in the automotive industry, following the announcement it will open-source all of its patents.
SemiCon West, the largest equipment event global Semiconductors, will be in focus for the Week Ahead.
One analyst thinks IBM has nearly 20% upside.
Zillow continues to expand its reach for online real estate advertising, as the company announced it will now power the real estate search experience for MSN.
Netflix shares may have significantly more to run, as the company
Twitter appears to have heeded investors' cries for more engagement, as the company is doing more with its user base, including keeping users up to date on World Cup scores.
Though Apple is pushing the iPhone with its latest series of ads, it appears as if the company is paving the way for what's to come in the company pipeline.
Transformers has historically been the biggest movie of the summer, but this one could've been so much, with just a little more work.
Though the iPod has seen better days, Apple is looking to get perhaps one last boost of revenue from it before the company puts it out to pasture.
Google demonstrates that it intends to be more like Apple, bringing together a more cohesive experience across Android and Chrome.
Google seems intent on attacking Apple, reportedly getting set to announce a set-top box similar to Apple TV and Amazon's Fire TV even if the device won't move the needle.
Amid slowing iPad sales, Apple will be looking to reinvigorate growth from its second biggest product line. The next iPad may prove whether tablets will really overtake the PC.
Apple's surging iPhone sales are a big reason why the company had better-than-expected fiscal-second quarter earnings. The next iPhone model may be even more important to the future of Apple.
In 2005, Flickr was exploding in growth, but it needed cash. It faced two decisions -- either take venture capital money, or sell out and hope for the best.
Shares of Oracle plunge as the software maker misses earnings and revenue estimates.
Amazon's latest piece of hardware, the Fire phone, may be a push for the Internet giant to finally do what its critics have long asked it do: sell products at a profit, instead of at cost, or even a small loss.
Intel traditionally is known as the world's largest chipmaker but it's trying to move into new areas. The company's messaging app, Pocket Avatar, is one of its many new initiatives.
Amazon unveiled the Fire phone in Seattle. The company continues to push its hardware on new and existing customers as it looks to sell additional content and media to boost sales.
Ahead of a potential initial public offering, Brooklyn-based Etsy has been expanding into new markets, particularly in Asia, as consumers clamor for items that are made by small businesses, and not mass market goods.
After months of negotiations, a new law and a bit of good-old fashioned rallying, Tesla Motors is one step closer to coming back to New Jersey.
Yelp may be the next company in play for larger tech firms seeking to increase their reach with users and local businesses. It's all because of one phrase -- User generated content.
Though Rich Barton currently is best known as Zillow's co-founder and executive chairman, he has more wins in his career of 20 or more years in Silicon Valley than most will have in a lifetime. He started and sold a number of companies. including Expedia, Zillow and Glassdoor, to name a few. What follows are highlights from an interview with Barton, including his thoughts on Microsoft and its new CEO Satya Nadella, net neutrality, the future of Netflix and what's next for him.
Shares of flash memory storage company Fusion-IO surge on news the company agreed to be acquired by memory giant SanDisk for $1.1 billion in cash.
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk delivered on his promise to bring something 'controversial' to Tesla, regarding its patents, making them available to anyone 'for the advancement of electric vehicle technology.' While that may further Musk's promise of electric vehicles being more prevalent than they are currently, it may prove to be an even better decision for the stock.
Intel shares surge in early trading after the world's largest semiconductor company raises its second-quarter revenue outlook as well as its gross margin outlook, noting higher PC unit volume as the primary cause.
The second full day of Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2014 brought even more fervor to the Los Angeles Convention Center, as the world's biggest gaming convention rolled on. Two of the hottest and most anticipated titles, the latest in the Call of Duty and Battlefield franchises, represent some of the highest selling games ever.
Following a successful soft launch on Monday that included an impressive presentation from Sony, the 2014 Electronic Entertainment Expo on Tuesday was a resounding success, as thousands of video game enthusiasts packed the Los Angeles Convention Center for the official kick off of E3.
Though Sony has had recent troubles stemming from a failing television business, continued operating losses, and a battle with hedge fund Third Point over its direction, Sony has made sure its video game unit continues to capture the minds of gamers around the world. Judging by the reception at E3, it appears as if Sony has solidified its lead in the console wars, even if some of the bigger games for PlayStation 4 won't be out until 2015.
Fusion-io, the flash memory maker once famous for its association with Apple, Facebook and Steve Wozniak, has fallen on hard times in recent years, as the state of the flash storage industry is in flux and the company goes through a restructuring. As the share price continues to decline, the chatter of a takeout increases, though that may not take place any time soon.
It's no secret that Nintendo has had its struggles, as the Wii U gaming system has proved to be a flop and the rise of mobile games are increasingly taking attention away from traditional console gaming. While some look to Apple to be Nintendo's savior, it may not be so easy as that.
Ride-sharing company Uber just raised $1.2 billion in funding, giving it a $17 billion valuation, the second largest for a private company behind only Facebook FB, as the company continues to explode in popularity.
Even though the summer months are traditionally a slower time for Apple, it looks as if there's no slowdown this year, as May was a stronger month that it has been in previous years.
Apple unveiled its latest iPhone ad last night, targeted at health and fitness apps, showcasing all the tasks the iPhone can perform. Given the size of the health and fitness market now, it's clear investors are seeing this as the right move.
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk is never one to mince words, especially when it comes to the competition. Given that he's been critical of some of the electric cars out on the road before, it's no secret that he thinks Tesla could build something better than BMW's i3.
At Tesla's annual shareholders meeting on Tuesday, one of the major takeaways was CEO Elon Musk talking about doing something 'controversial' as it relates to Tesla's patents.There was much more to talk about though, including where the company's Gigafactory, the engine of Tesla's economic future, will be located.
Tesla Motors held its annual shareholder meeting on Tuesday, and while there weren't a lot of surprises, the major takeaway is that CEO Elon Musk may do something radical with the company's patents to jumpstart his vision for electric vehicles.
Apple kicked off its Worldwide Developer Conference yesterday, where it made several big software announcements, but no new hardware announcements, in light of a major product refresh and update later this year. Despite that, it sets the company up for an enormous second half of 2014, as it works to get software ready for upcoming hardware.
Apple had its Worldwide Developer Conference yesterday, and while most of the announcements were greeted with fanfare, perhaps the biggest announcement largely went unnoticed in the press and investors alike -- the announcement of a new programming language, Swipe.
Apple is hosting its Worldwide Developer Conference today, where it's expected to make several big software announcements, and perhaps a few hardware ones as well.
Apple is hosting its Worldwide Developer Conference next week/this week, and while the event has segued to some bombshells in the past, including the iPhone in 2007, it's largely been run of the mill in recent years. That may be about to change, though.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is no stranger to making big bets - Instagram, Oculus Rift, and WhatsApp, to name a few. Now he's making a big bet on the children of Silicon Valley.
Intel announces its plans for the connected car, bringing a slew of new hardware and software productions, known as Intel In-Vehicle Solutions, to the market. The company, however, is going even further, as it makes investments and helps research to bring the connected car of the future into reality.
After weeks of anticipation, Apple finally did it, buying Beats Electronics for $3 billion in cash and stock. The unusual purchase brings a major brand under the Apple umbrella for the first time, firmly putting CEO Tim Cook's stamp on the company.
Apple is a company long known for its exceptionally aesthetically pleasing products that are simple to use and loved by millions. However, the company hasn't released anything new since the iPad in 2010, simply refreshing the iPhone, iPad and Mac over the past few years.
Apple has agreed to buy Beats Electronics for $3 billion in cash and stock, as the consumer electronics giant makes a historic purchase, bringing another major brand under its umbrella for the first time.
The iPhone may be the main revenue driver at Apple, but CEO Tim Cook is clear on expanding the reach of its second best product -- the iPad.
Venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins analyst Mary Meeker has put out her long-awaited presentation on the state of the Internet for 2014, and it's a big one.
Google should be lauded for doing a lot of things -- making search simple, fostering plans like Google Fiber, Project Loon and even helping the smartphone and tablet revolution explode over the past few years. One thing that can be chalked up in the dud column though? Design.
Workday shares surged after the cloud computing company posted a narrower-than-expected loss, and expects fiscal 2014 revenue to be sharply higher than what Wall Street is looking for.
Apple announced it will stream its Worldwide Developer Conference keynote (WWDC) next month, as it shows off the latest updates for its mobile operating system, OS X, and perhaps a few special surprises, including some updated hardware.
While the 'Internet of Things,' a phrase first coined by Cisco, may not have a lot of meaning to everyone, Apple's potential move into the smart home may just show how important connected devices are about to come, as the iPhone maker looks to squeeze more revenue out of its iconic device, and the arms race with Google heats up.
Twitter has had its fair share of problems getting additional users in the U.S., since most see it as a niche service and not something for the everyday Internet user. That's not likely to be the case around the world, though.
HP reported fiscal second-quarter earnings last night, with initial attention focused on the premature release of the numbers. However, continued layoffs at the Silicon Valley tech giant, to the tune of an additional 11,000 to 16,000 jobs, have shifted attention back onto HP's restructuring plan.
If there was ever a time to own Apple shares, now is the time before the big boys get in. It's all about the back half of 2014 for Apple, a time that's increasingly looking like when Silicon Valley's largest company will make the mother of all product launches.
HP shares plunged after the Silicon Valley tech giant posted fiscal second-quarter earnings that were worse than expected.
Facebook shares are getting a boost as Evercore Partners upgrades the stock, noting the recent pullback seems like a good opportunity to buy, and the company's new mobile ad network could be a massive game changer for the company.
Netflix's opportunity to expand into Europe is big, as the company moves its services into Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Belgium and Luxembourg. The sheer scale of the opportunity, however, may surprise everyone, including Netflix.
Salesforce.com shares fell sharply after the cloud computing company posted quarterly results that beat expectations, and gave 2015 guidance that was largely upbeat.
HP reports fiscal second-quarter earnings after the close, and investors will be looking to see whether CEO Meg Whitman can continue to cut costs, and turnaround one of Silicon Valley's most prestigious companies for the 21st century and beyond.
Netflix is the dominant streaming service in the United States, with more 35 million (and counting) subscribers. Now the company plans to take over the rest of the world, starting with Europe.
Microsoft announced the new Surface Pro tablet at an event in New York City, as CEO Satya Nadella unveils more of his strategy for the new Microsoft.