Web site iFixit took a look inside the iPhone 6, and found the usual suspects, including Qualcomm, Broadcom, Skyworks Solutions, Avago and others.
Oracle announces CEO Larry Ellison will step down and become chief technology officer and executive chairman, with Safra Catz and Mark Hurd becoming co-CEOs.
Alibaba has priced its initial public offering at $68 a share, signaling the largest initial public offering in U.S. history to date.
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.
Harman is continuing to move into the wearable technology space, announcing a multi-year marketing and merchandising deal with the National Basketball Association to make headphones, speakers and other audio equipment.
Adobe shares fall after the software company reports fiscal third-quarter results below analysts' estimates.
Rackspace shares plunged after the company announced it ended its formal review process and would remain an independent company, removing speculation the company would be sold.
As advertising dollars move online, Facebook continues to take share away from traditional methods. And as Facebook gets bigger, it could generate more revenue at higher prices.
Cognizant's $2.7 billion acquisition of TriZetto makes the combined company a leader in the healthcare space, as delivery models change and the healthcare sector rapidly changes over the next decade.
Intel President Renee James discusses why Core M, the company's latest chip series, as well as Moore's Law, is so important to Intel's future.