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.