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Elon Musk's Tesla Gets Dinged Again on Model X Concerns

As Elon Musk lobs some shots across Silicon Valley on Apple's car efforts, Wall Street is firing right back, on concerns about the Model X.

Amazon Fire TV Epic Fight With Google Chromecast and Apple TV Has No End In Sight

The streaming set-top box wars are in full force. Though Amazon's latest Fire TV has massive improvements over the original, it's too soon to call a winner here.

Harry Potter Fans Just Got a Whole New Way to Relive the Journey

Apple teamed up with author J.K. Rowling to bring out new versions of the Harry Potter books that will be available exclusively on iBooks.

Did Elon Musk Accidentally Unveil Tesla's Next Car?

Did Elon Musk mistakenly unveil Tesla's next car beyond the Model 3?

Why Ex-Sun Micro CEO Scott McNealy Is Back Working Again

Scott McNealy, who helped lead Sun during Silicon Valley's boom time, is now proud to be able to show his teenage boys what he's done with his life.

Is Tesla's Model X Too Expensive?
Is Tesla's Model X Too Expensive?

10/06/15 - 08:31 AM EDT

Tesla's Model X SUV initially struck some commentators as too expensive. Now Wall Street is coming around to that line of thinking.

Fed Policy 'Bordering on Criminal': Sun Micro Ex-CEO Scott McNealy

If you want to know what former Sun MicroSystems CEO Scott McNealy thinks of the Federal Reserve, just ask him.

10 Amazing Quotes From Steve Jobs on How to Succeed in Life

Steve Jobs died four years ago Monday. Here are 10 incredible quotes from the Apple co-founder on how to succeed at every facet of life.

Twitter Names Jack Dorsey CEO; Dick Costolo Resigns From Board

After months of speculation, Twitter officially named Jack Dorsey its permanent CEO, removing any doubt about who's in charge.

Google Will No Longer Exist -- Say Hello to Alphabet

In a post changing the company's operating structure, Google CEO Larry Page announced the creation of a new entity, known as Alphabet.

Here's How to Find Out Your Uber Rating
Here's How to Find Out Your Uber Rating

10/02/15 - 09:55 AM EDT

After each Uber ride, you rate your driver. But did you know they are rating you too?

Here's What It Looked Like Inside Tesla's Incredible Model X Event

Tesla unveiled its latest offering, the Model X, earlier this week. The SUV is a feat of engineering prowess.

Apple Names Former Boeing CFO Bell to Its Board

Apple announces former Boeing chief financial officer and former Boeing interim CEO James Bell has joined its board.

Elon Musk and Tesla Outdo Themselves Again With the Model X

Elon Musk and Tesla are reinventing the SUV for the 21st century. The new Model X SUV doesn't disappoint.

#ModelX Live Blog -- Let's See What Elon Musk Has For Us

Tesla is unveiling the Model X and the carmaker seeks to do to the SUV what it did to the car after introducing the Model S -- change the game.

Tesla's Model X -- Here's Everything We Know Ahead of the Launch

As Tesla prepares to launch the Model X, the carmaker seeks to do to the SUV what it did to the car when it introduced the Model S.

Fitbit Charge HR -- Worth the Price of Running Around

Fitbit has taken Wall Street by storm, with the health and wellness market surpassing $200 billion annually. Fitbit will capture a portion of that, thanks to the Charge HR.

iPhone 6s Teardown -- Here's What's Inside Apple's Latest Smartphone

Web site iFixit took a look inside the iPhone 6s, and found the usual suspects, including Qualcomm, Broadcom, Skyworks Solutions, Avago and others.

#FacebookDown -- Here's How Much Facebook Loses for Every Hour It's Not Working

Facebook being down has bigger implications for more than just people wasting time reading their friends' statuses and watching videos. It affects advertising revenue as well.

Netflix’s Grand Ambition: Become Bigger Than Disney

Netflix's goal is to have close to 500 million subscribers around the world, a huge jump from the roughly 65 million who pay for the service now.

IBM Is Finally Opening Up Watson to the World

As IBM continues to explore where its cognitive computing platform Watson will take it, the company announced it is making its application program interface (API) broadly available.

5 Best iPhone 6s Reviews to Read Before You Buy One This Weekend

All of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus reviews came out Tuesday morning. Most of them were overwhelmingly positive for the iconic smartphone.

Tesla Issues Invites for Model X Launch
Tesla Issues Invites for Model X Launch

09/21/15 - 10:54 AM EDT

After months and months of waiting, Tesla plans to unveil its Model X on Sept. 29.

Apple's App Store Hack Isn't a Big Deal -- Here's Why

Apple's App Store hack might be concerning to some consumers, but it should be more concerning to developers and their engineers.

Exclusive: IBM MobileFirst for iOS App Selected by Alior Bank For Customer Interaction

Alior Bank announced that it has selected an IBM MobileFirst for iOS app to help its customers and employees interact and make banking more personal.

iOS 9 Poll -- What's Going on With Apple's Latest iOS?

Apple unveiled iOS 9 on Wednesday, its latest mobile operating system. Not even 48 hours later, there are many people complaining due to bugs and problems with the update.

Amazon Just Updated 7 New Products, Including the Fire TV

Despite reports Amazon is slowing down on adding new hardware to its lineup, it introduced seven new products, including breaking new ground on pricing.

Oracle Continues to Blame the Markets for Its Troubles: What Wall Street's Saying

Oracle continues to cite the rising U.S. dollar for severely impacting its results this quarter and for next quarter as well.

Time Warner's Jeff Bewkes Isn't Crazy Worried About Cord-Cutting

Yes, younger people aren't subscribing to pay-TV like their parents, but wherever they go for video streaming, Time Warner's Jeff Bewkes says his networks will find them.

Apple's iOS 9 Is Finally Here -- Here's What You Need to Know

Apple finally released iOS 9 to the masses. While it's not radically different from iOS 8, there are some major changes. Here's what they are.

Apple May Have Completely Flipped Its Business Model Upside Down -- Here's Why That's a Good Thing

Apple's new iPhone leasing program will provide predictable cash flows that may boost its future earnings and stock price as Wall Street re-rates the company's shares.

Apple Says iPhone Pre-Orders on Pace to Top 10 Million

Apple said iPhone pre-orders are on pace to top 10 million, thanks in part to strong customer demand.

Apple Pays Homage to Its Past When Introducing the Apple Pencil

Apple, since its inception, has pushed the world and technology forward seemingly endlessly. However, it still remembers its illustrious past.

Blue Apron Is Changing Cooking Forever -- Here's What It's Like Making Meals With It

Blue Apron, which recently raised $135 million to help it expand, is taking the country by storm. Here's what it looks like to cook meals using the service.

Apple Is Making a Huge Bet That iPad Pro Will Reignite Sales

Apple's iPad, long seen as a serial underperformer compared to the iPhone, may get a boost from being one thing -- larger. Much larger.

Apple Is Keeping the Economic Engine Running With Its New iPhones

Though there weren't many physical changes to the iPhone, Apple did more than enough to keep the economic engine running on full throttle.

Apple TV Is a Much Bigger Game Changer Than You Thought -- Here's Why

Apple doesn't want to just slightly change the way we consume content -- it wants to completely revolutionize it.

Apple iPhone 6S Live Blog -- What Else Will We See?

Apple is holding its annual event, where it's expected to show off new iPhones, new iPads and a whole lot more.

Apple's Big Event -- Here's What to Expect

Apple will unveil a new iPhone on Wednesday, Sept. 9, but will there be more? Here's what to expect.

Twitter's Next CEO -- Who Should Win the Job?

One outcome of Twitter's board meeting today may be the naming of a full-time CEO following the resignation of Dick Costolo three months ago. Who might that be?

Apple's Next iPhone -- What We Think We Know Ahead of Sept. 9

While the next iPhone might not get a dramatic makeover when Apple launches its latest version of the popular device, there are still some new features you should know about.

Why Amazon's Fire Phone Turned Out to Be Such a Disaster

Amazon's Fire Phone has been almost a complete waste of money for the company, as it expands more and more into hardware. Where'd it go wrong?

Apple Sends Out Invitations for Sept. 9 Event

Apple has just sent out invites for its upcoming Sept. 9 event, with the tagline 'Hey Siri, give us a hint.'

Acer Aspire Notebook Review -- Can Windows 10 Help the PC Industry?

The Acer Aspire E5-573G notebook is a nice notebook if you're looking to upgrade to Windows 10, but it struggles in some places it shouldn't.

You Won't Believe How This Guy Got a Tesla Model S to Go 450 Miles on a Single Charge

Tesla Motors Model S P85D has an estimated range of 253 miles per charge, but one man got the car to go nearly twice that, setting a world record.

How Jim Cramer Caused an Apple Upgrade
How Jim Cramer Caused an Apple Upgrade

08/25/15 - 11:37 AM EDT

If you're an Apple shareholder, thank TheStreet, CNBC's Jim Cramer and Apple CEO Tim Cook, as Wells Fargo analyst Maynard Um upgrades shares of the iPhone maker.

Here's What Tim Cook Told Jim Cramer About Apple's Results in China

In perhaps an unprecedented move by a CEO, Apple CEO Timothy D. Cook has responded to investor concerns about China to TheStreet's Jim Cramer.

#BlackMonday Is Here -- Here's What People Are Saying About It

As global stock markets tumble, the hashtag Black Monday is trending on social media.

This Apple Chart Will Scare the Hell Out of Any Investor

Since Apple was added to the Dow Jones Industrial Average in March, the stock has been a disappointment, with losses accelerating since its most recent earnings report.

SugarCRM CEO - Q&A on Why Software Is So Hot, an IPO and Goldman Sachs

As the software-as-a-service industry explodes, SugarCRM's CEO is ready to take on the titans of the industry, like Salesforce (CRM).

HP's Results Continue to Show There's Not Much to Like: What Wall Street's Saying

Despite HP's pending break-up, the results are still the same - revenue declines for another quarter and concerns that nothing is really going to change once the split happens.

Where Can I Charge My Tesla? Here's a Look at Tesla Superchargers Worldwide

The build out of Tesla's Supercharger network will make charging the vehicle nearly as easy as filling a tank of gas.

Google, 11 Years After IPO, Continues to Reshape the Future

Google went public as a search engine 11 years ago Wednesday, and in that time it has drastically changed the world, touching all facets of technology.

Why Apple's TV Streaming Service Could Save Television

Despite reports that Apple's TV streaming service has been delayed until next year, when it arrives, it's still expected to be beneficial for some larger media companies, including Time Warner.

Is Tesla Building Its Own Uber? Morgan Stanley Thinks So

Elon Musk refused to answer whether Tesla was creating its own Uber, but Morgan Stanley gives the as-yet-to-be announced service a name - Tesla Mobility.

Cisco, Microsoft, Others Await Tax Reform to Bring Back Billions in Overseas Cash

Cisco, like other tech giants, is banking on Uncle Sam to help it make better use of its cash.

Samsung Unpacked Live Blog -- Can It Really Compete Against Apple?

Samsung is attempting to take the fight to Apple today as it seeks to regain some of the lost market share in the smartphone industry.

Sex Was Invented In 2012 -- Just Ask Tinder

Tinder, the dating app from Barry Diller's IAC Interactive, went on an epic tweet storm on Tuesday after an article that negatively portrayed its active user base.

Google Becomes Alphabet: What Wall Street's Saying

Google announced that it would no longer exist as a corporation, becoming a division of holding company, Alphabet. Wall Street loves it.

As Jack Dorsey Buys Twitter Shares, Renee James Looks Less Likely

Twitter continues to search for a new full-time CEO and lots of different names are being mentioned. One name we can probably rule out? Intel's Renee James.

Why China Scares Harman CEO Paliwal
Why China Scares Harman CEO Paliwal

08/07/15 - 10:25 AM EDT

Harman CEO Dinesh Paliwal isn't a man scared by a lot of things as he leads the audio and video equipment company into the future. One thing that does: China.

Does Tesla's Elon Musk Want to Create His Own Uber?

Perhaps the biggest takeaway from Tesla's conference call on Wednesday was what CEO Elon Musk didn't say -- about Tesla's possible plan to go after Uber.

Tesla Motors Earnings Live Blog -- Will We Get an Update on the Model X?

Tesla may not have too much to about second quarter deliveries, but all eyes and ears will be on the company's upcoming Model X launch, slated for later this year.

Square Reaping Benefits of Square Capital With Eye to Going Public

As Square gets ready for its initial public offering, the company's financing arm, Square Capital, is winning customers and interest.

Twitter Is Still a Huge Takeover Target: Here's Why

As its market cap declines toward $20 billion, Twitter is still likely to get bought by a company that can help it simplify its product and grow its user base.

Apple TV Points to Much Bigger Ambitions for the Tech Giant

Apple may generate nearly 70% of revenue from the iPhone, but it's also intent on winning the living room.

Facebook's Great Unbundling
Facebook's Great Unbundling

07/30/15 - 01:03 PM EDT

As Facebook has evolved over the years by adding new features, something else has been going on as well -- the great unbundling of the big blue app.

Want a Free Tesla? Here's How to Get a Cheaper Model S and Maybe a Free Model X

Tesla Motors has long eschewed traditional advertising for its Model S, but it's trying something completely different to help drive demand for the electric vehicle.

Yahoo! Unveils New Mobile Messaging App Yahoo Livetext

Yahoo! unveiled its entry into the messaging space, as it seeks to get a piece of the huge messaging market.

Facebook Earnings Preview: The Big Driver Is Still Mobile

Facebook second-quarter results are poised to show that the social network giant continues to attract enormous amounts of ad revenue.

Ford Thinks Apple or Google Could Help Car Makers, But Isn't Sure How

Ford CEO Mark Fields said whatever happens, it's a positive for the car industry.

How Intel and Micron Are Trying to Help Make Sense of the World's Data

Being able to access large sets of data at quick speeds is now more important than ever. Intel and Micron have gotten past the current limitations with 3D XPoint.

What Are FANG Stocks and Why Does Jim Cramer Love Them?

When most people hear the word fang, they think of Dracula. This story isn't about the living dead, it's about stocks -- Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google.

How GM Is Trying to Stop Your Car From Getting Hacked

Cyber security is a focal point for all industries. Perhaps no industry is in need of more safety than the automotive industry.

Bill Simmons Joining HBO Is An Incredible Coup

Now that Bill Simmons is at HBO, the tagline 'It's not TV. It's HBO.' no longer applies. The new tagline should be 'It's HBO and it's game over.'

3 Biggest Takeaways From Apple's Latest Quarter

Apple managed to top analysts' estimates for its latest financial results, but investors remain worried about demand in China and sales of the Apple Watch.

Apple Earnings Live Blog -- Will We Get Anything on the Watch?

Apple is still largely an iPhone-centric company, but investors will be keeping an eye and ear on how well the Watch is selling. TheStreet is live-blogging the call.

Can IBM’s Watson Stop Big Blue’s Slump?

For IBM, Watson is about more than just answering a few questions on a game show. It's about transforming the way business uses data.

3 Biggest Takeaways From IBM's Worrisome Second Quarter

IBM continues to struggle, even though its key strategic areas -- cloud, data analytics, social, mobile and security -- are growing faster than its overall business.

Apple Investors Are Focused on One Thing--And It's Not What You Think

Apple is still largely an iPhone-centric company -- This quarter though, there will be plenty of attention focused on the Apple Watch, despite no official results for the new product.

IBM Investors Are Hoping for Any Signs of a Turnaround

Analysts will look for an update on how the company is faring with its five strategic areas when it reports later on Monday.

Tesla Model S Update Live Blog -- What Does Elon Musk Have to Say?

Tesla Motors is holding a conference call to discuss the Model S, but it's still unclear exactly what about the car the electric vehicle maker intends to discuss.

Netflix Investors Need Look at Only One Thing, and It's Not What You Think

Netflix shareholders have one metric to look at and one metric only: subscriber numbers.

Intel Earnings Get a Boost From Uncle Sam: What Wall Street's Saying

Intel shareholders are happy this morning after the world's largest semiconductor company posted second-quarter results that were better-than-feared, despite earnings being aided by a sharply lower tax rate.

Super Mario Maker First Look -- It's as Fun as You Think It Is

Nintendo's Super Mario Maker game may wind up being a surprise hit, relieving some of the pressure from the Japanese-based video game company going into the holidays.

Amazon Echo Review -- Is This the Future of Computing?

Amazon's voice-activated speaker and digital assistant is designed to make life easier, but it does more than that - it makes life more enjoyable.

Intel Is Hoping for a Turnaround That Doesn't Look Likely

Though Intel is optimistic about the second half of 2015, the market is voting the other way and putting the hammer on the chip giant.

IBM Is Bringing Watson to Africa and the Middle East -- Here's Why

IBM is expanding Watson's presence, as it continues to look to make the artificial intelligence system a bigger part of its $17 billion analytics business.

Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata's Impact May Never Be Seen Again

Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata had an impact in video gaming that few, if any, have ever had. We may never see that again.

ESPN Is Struggling to Deal With How, or If, to Go Over the Top

With the advancement of streaming services, especially those like Sling TV, ESPN appears to be caught between a rock and a hard place, with little way out for now.

Why Tesla's Run May Be Hitting the Skids

Tesla may change the world and fulfill its mission of 'accelerating the transition to electric and renewable and sustainable energy.' But much of that is already baked into its stock.

Tesla Just Set a New Company Record for Delivering Cars

Tesla Motors shares were moving higher Friday after the electric vehicle maker said it delivered 11,507 Model S vehicles in the second quarter, a new company record.

Does Apple Have a Watch Problem?
Does Apple Have a Watch Problem?

07/01/15 - 11:25 AM EDT

Depending upon whom you ask, Apple may have a Watch issue. Sales aren't as strong as first estimated. But Jim Cramer says not to jump to conclusions.

Fitbit Is Actually More Popular Than Apple Watch Right Now

Fitbit outsold the Apple Watch in May, selling 850,000 devices, compared to 777,000 for the Apple Watch.

Apple Music Is Live -- Here's the Early Reaction

Apple Music is finally live and so far, people are loving it.

Why the iPhone Is a Juggernaut Unlike Anything We've Ever Seen

As anticipation builds about a new version of the iPhone, sales of the current version usually start to slow. Except, that isn't happening with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

Star Wars Second Edition Headphones Review -- The Force Is With Them

If you're willing to spend a few extra bucks and you're a huge Star Wars fan (as I admittedly am), then SMS's latest offering might be worth the investment.

Taylor Swift Makes It Official -- 1989 Is Coming to Apple Music

Be still your hearts, Taylor Swift fans. 1989 is coming to Apple Music.

Yahoo!'s Best Days Are Ahead of It -- If You Believe Marissa Mayer

The struggling Internet company's future is bright, says its CEO Marissa Mayer at the annual shareholder meeting Wednesday.

IBM Teams Up With Box to Make It Easier to Work in the Cloud

After having vowed to steal customers from the technology giant, Box is teaming up with IBM to integrate both companies' products and services, changing how people work with cloud computing.

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