Several key factors had to converge before groundbreaking products and services such as the iPhone and Netflix video streaming could really take off.
There has been some clear winners and losers.
The e-commerce giant is launching premium streaming services for Prime members at rock-bottom prices. That's a problem for rivals looking to turn a profit on their services.
Deutsche Bank analyst Bryan Kraft expects international subscriptions to grow significantly and upgraded the stock.
Initially, Consumer Reports couldn't recommend Apple's MacBook Pro because of its inconsistent battery life. After an update, the publication has changed course.
The social network's ad revenue for the fourth quarter of 2016 appears solid, despite issues surrounding inaccurate reporting of advertising metrics, Raymond James analysts say.
The online giant plans to generate about 100,000 U.S. jobs over 18 months and at least one analyst thinks a sizable number will be for working in physical stores.
Shares of the technology company have advanced more than 30% since it went public, and insiders will likely sell and push the price lower at their first opportunity this month.
Both 5G and virtual reality are still in their early innings, but a number of eye-opening applications have been dreamt up for each of them.