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Binge-watching has become an integral part of modern TV viewing, and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings is taking every opportunity to remind viewers that it's not offered on Time Warner's HBO.
The tech giants look promising regardless of what The Donald tweets.
Apple and Alphabet could cash in.
There could be a major windfall for Fortune 500 companies.
Tesla and Netflix, like Amazon, must be valued outside of standard valuation metrics.
Sony's Crackle says 'I'm out' as Netflix announces a deal reportedly worth as much as $100 million for the comedian's popular online show.
We suspect there will be far more value to be had in the stock market over the next few weeks compared to the last several.
The media sector gains attention as there are more players for entertainment content.
Apple could be the biggest winner if the Trump administration grants U.S. companies a repatriation tax holiday.
Some of the FTC's allegations against Qualcomm are questionable. But other claims are more worrisome, particularly given that foreign regulators have made them as well.
A new report suggests revenue from mobile app stores grew faster in 2016 than in 2015. Apple, aided by soaring Chinese sales, drove a large chunk of it.
The chipmaker has reasons to be optimistic about what would happen under a Republican-led Federal Trade Commission.
Apple® today announced major updates to its music creation apps with exciting new features for music makers of all levels on iPhone®, iPad® and Mac®.
Jim Cramer says acknowledging a Chinese trade war has been taboo.
Jim Cramer says he still likes Apple and Facebook under a Trump administration even though Silicon Valley has long had a prickly relationship with the president-elect.
Big Blue is trying to mount a comeback, but other tech names look better in the short term.
The test from the company backed by Fox, Comcast, Disney and Time Warner may herald a release of the latest streaming competitor in the near term.
A report from Cowen says recent fears about the iPhone are not supported, Cramer says.
Apple reportedly plans to produce original content, which could put it in direct competition with Amazon and Netflix. Here are some key questions about the tech giant's latest move.
Wall Street titan David Einhorn likes Apple's stock.
Artificial intelligence is crucial to the Chinese search giant's future.
The U.K. fired the starting gun in Brexit negotiations, and it looks like a miss.
The strong close in Tuesday's session takes the Apple stock price back to a key technical level.
Crosscurrents are disruptive, and today's selloff demonstrates why investors need conviction -- and a strong stomach, says Jim Cramer.