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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.