Avago Technologies' agreement to buy Broadcom for $37 billion, the largest semiconductor deal so far, shows the race for dominance in Internet-connected smart devices is heating up.
Shares of Broadcom surged after a report from The Wall Street Journal noted Avago Technologies, another chip company, is interested in acquiring the Irvine, Calif.-based Broadcom.
Running upward of $130,000, Tesla's Model S has everything you could want in a car. Here's what it looks like inside (and outside) the P85D version of the Model S.
The famous technology analyst has put out her long-awaited presentation on the state of the Internet for 2015, and it's a big one.
I finally got a chance to test drive the the Tesla Model S P85D, and after eight long months I can say it was worth the wait.
Companies like Google, Uber, Lyft, Tesla and others are changing the way we think about vehicles and how we get from Point A to Point B. But what about Apple?
Twitter has had its fair share of critics since going public in November 2013, but now a major investor is going after the micro-blogging social network.
Shares of Dutch semiconductor company NXP Semiconductor rise sharply as the company benefits from the rise in mobile payments.
Apple's iPhone sales won't be slowing down anytime soon. Here's what analysts have to say about Apple as a company and a stock.
As 2015 becomes the year of video, with Spotify, YouTube, Facebook and others entering or increasing their positions, Twitter wants you to remember it too is in the game.
Yahoo! investors may have constant concerns about the company's core business grinding to a halt, but a spinoff of its remaining stake in Alibaba shouldn't add to the worries.
Yahoo! shares fell sharply a few minutes before the market close on Tuesday and no one is entirely sure why.
If you had hopes of buying an Apple television set anytime soon, you're likely to be disappointed. But that doesn't mean Apple won't eventually control your living room.
Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer continues to believe that search on mobile needs a reinvention and the Sunnyvale, Calif.-based company is the one to do it.
IBM continues to use Watson not just as a sales point but as a way to change how business is done.
The big takeaway from Carl Icahn's letter to Apple isn't just about buying back more stock -- it's that Icahn believes Apple is going to build its own car.
As Facebook continues to push towards video views in its quest to take on YouTube, the company is increasingly looking at video as the next frontier.
If you're expecting to 'think different' when you see the new Steve Jobs biopic, think again.
Netflix potential expansion into China is an enormous opportunity for the company, even if it's going to come with unknown costs and bumps and bruises.
King Digital has had a rough time since going public. That's due to the nature of the mobile gaming business, which increasingly relies on hits that are difficult to replicate.
Amazon is continuously updating its innovative speaker, codenamed Amazon Echo and now it's taking things one step further -- the ability to order by voice.
Cisco continues to plod along, hoping (but not counting) on an increase in spending from its customers that may never come.
Though Cisco continues to see weakness in major emerging markets, the switching and networking giant is confident that it's positioned well in emerging markets overall.
As part of its return after 25 years to the biggest video game expo of the year, E3, Nintendo announced that its bringing back World Championships after a 25-year hiatus.
Twitter shares were rising Wednesday morning on news the company's CFO, Anthony Noto, recently purchased shares.
Zillow Group continues to work on integrating its recently completed acquisition, with first-quarter results proving the Trulia purchase has been a success -- at least initially.
In John Chambers' last hurrah as Cisco CEO, investors will be looking to hear whether the company's problems in China and competition from Facebook are having a big impact.
Verizon may be trying to recreate history as it moves to own both content delivery and the content itself, acquiring AOL for more than $4 billion.
Apple is increasingly placing importance on its environmental impact, which is also likely to impact its bottom line.
Bill Simmons leaving ESPN is a sad day, but also a testament of how hard he works, and what a bright future lies ahead.
Fitbit just recently filed to go public on the New York Stock Exchange. Here are five things to know about the upcoming IPO.
It's all about the Shield -- otherwise known as the NFL logo. Except it isn't. It's about jealousy and incompetence, all of which starts at the top.
Tesla got production issues under control, helping the company in the long term, but investors are likely to be concerned about quarterly fluctuations and cash burn in the short term.
Tesla Motors is slated to report first quarter earnings Wednesday, with investors hoping momentum can continue.
Tesla has managed to bring the sizzle and the steak to investors, and it's looking to build on that momentum.
The Ira Sohn Conference is the hedge fund industry's most prestigious conference, with the likes of Bill Ackman, Jeffrey Gundlach and others slated to speak and give investing ideas.
Cisco shares fell after the company announced Chuck Robbins would replace John Chambers as CEO, effective July 26, with Chambers set to become executive chairman.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says a new program to deliver iPads and specialized apps to Japan's elderly will 'leave a ding in the universe.'
Most are focusing on Apple's iPhone sales and how it's doing in China, but they may have missed an important hint about Apple's role in television.
Twitter shares fell sharply amid an earnings leak of the social networking service's first-quarter earnings.
Apple reported fiscal second-quarter earnings after the bell Monday.
Facebook, looking to expand the usage of its popular Messenger platform, has announced it will allow users to make video calls inside Messenger.
Apple destroyed its first-quarter estimates -- but where does it go from here?
Tesla Motors is working to build a presence in your driveway, but the company's biggest opportunity may be having one in your home.
Microsoft's push to be everywhere and anywhere, whatever the device, is working -- and it's even generating revenue.
While not inclusive of every question one might have prior to ordering the Apple Watch, there's a good post on Quora, detailing the top 5 things to know before buying.
Microsoft reports fiscal third-quarter earnings later today. Here's what analysts are saying ahead of the results.
Sling TV has become one of the most interesting things in tech and media. TheStreet interviews Sling TV CEO Roger Lynch.
Following the recent progress of its cloud computing business, IBM announced its SoftLayer subsidiary has opened a second cloud data center in the Netherlands.
Yahoo!'s core business continues to be a problem, but investors are willing to look past that - for now - as long as CEO Marissa Mayer gives them treats.
Netflix needs to revive these five cult classic television shows: Beverly Hills, 90210; Six Feet Under; Twin Peaks; Alias; and Lost.
IBM's first-quarter results don't shock anyone, and that may be a sign the Armonk, N.Y.-based company is on a slow, winding road to recovery.
Yahoo! earnings probably won't surprise anyone on Wall Street because the core business is still struggling and shares will likely move more on any updates of its Alibaba spinoff.
'Star Wars' crushed 'Batman v. Superman' and it wasn't even close. It's a runaway victory for LucasFilm.
IBM is taking steps to fix itself, but the plan to reinvigorate the top line is going to take several quarters, with little progress expected immediately.
Following last year's Earth Day, Apple again has highlighted the achievements it's made in improving the environment.
It's Walt Disney's LucasFilm vs. Time Warner's DC Comics is an epic battle that only one company can win.
Netflix continues to boost subscribers at an extraordinarily high rate, adding 4.88 million subscribers in the first quarter, well above Wall Street's expectations.
What separates Apple from other tech companies is the company not only cares about its products, but the environmental footprint of them as well.
Though Intel's fortunes are still largely tied to the weakening PC market, the chipmaker's prospects for the second half of the year may be better than originally expected.
Shares of Zillow fall sharply after the company cuts its 2015 revenue and adjusted-earnings guidance following its protracted merger with Trulia.
Investors will be looking for clues from Netflix CEO Reed Hastings and team to see whether there's been a noticeable impact of any kind from HBO Now.
Apple announces that its Worldwide Developers Conference will run from June 8 to June 12 at San Francisco's Moscone West.
IBM is unveiling a Watson Health Cloud platform that incorporates partnerships with Apple and others to give people a more complete look at their health.
Jana Partners sent a letter to its investors regarding its Qualcomm investment. Here's the letter in its entirety.
Intel cut first-quarter guidance last month, but investors will be looking to see how the PC market is shaping when Intel reports earnings.
This week's tech mailbag includes questions about everything from the Apple Watch to Johnny Cash to which new live-streaming app has legs.
The Apple Watch became available for pre-order online at 12:01 a.m. PST, and demand appears to be insatiable.
Bringing back the company's co-founder and former CEO to try to turn around Zynga seems like the longest of long shots.
If you really want to watch the new season of Game of Thrones without subscribing to cable, Time Warner's HBO is doing everything it can to make that possible.
Apple unveils a bevy of new features as part of its updated mobile operating system, including new emojis and the ability to use CarPlay wirelessly.
IBM gets serious about boosting cloud-based revenue, announcing the U.S. Army will use IBM's hybrid cloud to power one of the larger logistics systems in the federal government.
Tesla unveiled a new version of its low-end Model S with more features, a bigger battery and increased driving range, but also a higher price tag.
Ford adds more sinew to its classic muscle car with a V8 engine that generates 435 horsepower.
Wells Fargo analyst Jayson Maynard upgraded Microsoft shares on Monday as the tech giant has made a big shift in how it tries to dominate software.
Tesla shares were getting a boost in early Monday trading after the company announced it surpassed 10,000 deliveries in the first quarter.
Much of Tesla's value is based on its potential to expand the electric vehicle market. Leading the way on that front is the company's Gigafactory, which is ahead of schedule.
As speculation grows that Apple may indeed enter the electric vehicle market in the next few years, there's one company that welcomes a potential entrant from Cupertino -- Tesla.
Following WWE's biggest annual event, WrestleMania, the market put a hurtin' on the company -- because despite the growth of the WWE Network, investors are worried the growth won't last.
Many dream of becoming a World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Superstar, but getting -- and staying -- there is no cake walk.
WrestleMania is finally here. Day three of the running diary of my trip as we get set for the biggest show of the year.
With WrestleMania in Silicon Valley, it adds to the excitement for wrestling fans. Day two of the running diary of my trip headed towards the biggest show of the year.
With WrestleMania in Silicon Valley, it adds to the excitement for wrestling fans. A running diary of my trip as we get to the biggest show of the year.
As Facebook continues to become more than just a social network, its properties, including Facebook Messenger, Oculus and others, are getting more and more attention.
Tesla Motors shares were down 2.8% to $196.11 following a downgrade from CLSA. Analyst Andrew Fung noted that while near-term risks remain, the longer term is bright.
Apple has released some of the best-selling products of all time, and revolutionized whole industries on its own. Here's TheStreet's look at 10 of the best Apple products ever made.
Google shares were higher in early trading Tuesday after the company announced Morgan Stanley CFO Ruth Porat would take over its top finance spot.
As more people cut the cord and move to Internet TV, Netflix is poised to not only pick up subscribers, but have them pay more.
Here are 10 legendary Nintendo games we want the company to make available for mobile devices.
Tesla's plant in Fremont, Calif., is capable of producing more than 500,000 cars a year. Here's what it looks like inside.
Last week's announcement may have soothed some worries about battery range.
Tesla Motors is attempting to put an end to fears that its Model S electric vehicle will ever run out of power, one of the biggest concerns for drivers.
This week's tech mailbag includes questions on Nintendo, the Apple Watch, a Mike Francesa jab and a whole lot more.
Tesla Motors is attempting to put an end to fears that its Model S electric vehicle will ever run out of power, at least according to CEO Elon Musk.
Nintendo deal to bring Mario, Luigi and the rest of its characters to smart devices isn't just about staying relevant -- it's about money, pure and simple.
In perhaps one of the most surprising announcements in recent memory, Nintendo announced a collaboration with DeNA to bring Mario and more to smart devices.
Here are seven legendary Nintendo games we want Nintendo to make available for mobile devices.
The stock is up on hopes that Musk has another rabbit to pull out of his hat to ease concerns about the Model S battery range.
As Oracle gets set to report fiscal third-quarter results Tuesday, investors are hoping the company can continue its strength in the cloud amid competition from large-tech companies.
DoubleLine Capital CEO Jeffrey Gundlach is set to hold another webcast today to give his outlook on the markets, as we move later in to 2015.