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Qualcomm CEO Steven Mollenkopf compares today's cars to where mobile handsets were in 2000.
Uber lost a lawsuit in the U.K. relating to pay, while Facebook and Yahoo! face increased scrutiny in the E.U.
TheStreet talks to representatives from the exchanges to explore what they are doing to entice companies, especially ahead of a number of big potential tech listings.
Qualcomm has lost space inside the iPhone 7 and there are concerns whether the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 fires will dent the company's third-quarter results.
With the incredibly flexible new Touch Bar, Apple's new MacBook Pros should be well-received by professional and enthusiast Mac users. But more cost-sensitive customers were left hanging.
Apple, Microsoft, Cisco, Oracle, Alphabet and others have stashed cash overseas but most haven't deployed the cash in a meaningful way... yet.
Twitter is shutting down Vine, while Apple delays the launch of its AirPods headphones.
Apple® today introduced a significant update to its professional video editing app, Final Cut Pro® X, featuring incredible new editing features for the Magnetic Timeline, support for the revolutionary Touch Bar™...
Apple® today introduced the thinnest and lightest MacBook Pro® ever, along with a breakthrough interface that replaces the traditional row of function keys with a brilliant, Retina®-quality Multi-Touch™...
Apple unveiled a brand new TV app giving users a plethora of viewing options and features to enhance the TV, movie and live events viewing experience.
Apple® today introduced the new TV app, offering a unified experience for discovering and accessing TV shows and movies from multiple apps on Apple TV®, iPhone® and iPad®.
Apple shares have been under pressure on slowing smartphone sales growth, but services could be even more profitable in the future.
The chipmaker is equipped for M&A, but doesn't see it as a priority.
The software giant unveiled some new hardware and software Wednesday as it attempts to get consumers to rethink what PCs are capable of. Apple should take notice.
Apple is expected to reveal new MacBook Pro and Air models, refreshing lineups that have gotten stale over the last year. The products might provide a holiday season sales boost.
Some prominent blue chips are teetering on the edge of breakout territory this week -- including notable names that have suffered recent high-profile drops.
Given that the U.S. economy is services-based, the October pickup in the services PMI index is exactly the kind of data we want to see.
U.S. stock futures turn higher; Qualcomm to buy NXP Semiconductors; Apple holds an event to reveal updates to the Mac.
Tesla reported a surprise profit, its first net profit in three years.
What may look like a trading range misrepresents the reality of the market.
Jim Cramer sees the possibility of growth for Norfolk Southern and Snap-On.
Investors are beginning to wonder if earnings growth validates sky-high valuations while being unable to forget about a potential December rate increase.
Strong demand drives results and gains for Boeing, Akamai and others.
Microsoft released upgrades and products Wednesday including "Surface Studio" for artists. Bill Gates, Microsoft's Co-Founder, appears below with an early computer running the Paint program, the first of its kind.
As if struggling revenue and user growth weren't enough, Twitter executives now have a lawsuit to deal with.
Apple (AAPL) is 'using the same products to drive revenue,' BGC Financial's Colin Gillis said.
But several airline and retail stocks are proving highly volatile.