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Mark Zuckerberg's testimony in a lawsuit filed against Facebook acquisition Oculus Rift shows that developing the nascent technology is not coming cheap.
Assuming it can find a buyer, Alphabet would be smart to unload this broadband service as soon as it can.
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.
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.
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.
Co-founders Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy are running their popular app more like a media company than a tech firm.
Mattel named former Google executive Margaret Georgiadis as CEO effective Feb. 8.
Several key factors had to converge before groundbreaking products and services such as the iPhone and Netflix video streaming could really take off.
Earnings season heats up next week as Donald Trump is sworn in as president.
TheStreet talks to representatives from the exchanges to explore what they are doing to entice companies.
There has been some clear winners and losers.
Financial stocks should do well this year, despite what fourth-quarter profits show.
We initiated one new position and trimmed/added to several others as December-quarter earnings season kicked off.
Trump's press conference puts a charge into an otherwise flat week. We add a position to the portfolio.
Elon Musk's rocket company hopes to return to orbit this weekend. A report on its financials hints at the damage a failure causes, and highlights the company's out-of-this-world ambitions.
The year 2007 changed our way of thinking about new-age technology.
Pandora said its fourth-quarter revenue and earnings will top estimates, but the world's largest internet radio provider also announced layoffs throughout its U.S. operations excluding Ticketfly, its concert ticket business.
AT&T says its CEO and the president elect discussed investments, job creation and competitiveness at Trump Tower on Thursday -- not its pending tie-up with Time Warner.
Apple's iOS portfolio -- like the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch -- will see its revenues top $1 trillion by sometime mid-year.
The tech giant has joined rivals such as Amazon and Alphabet on a new autonomous vehicle advisory committee sponsored by the Department of Transportation.
Jim Cramer calls Google's decision to end its solar drone program a sign that it is a disciplined company.
In an interview, a Mobileye executive discusses his company's autonomous driving alliances and what makes its processors and software unique.
We are keeping with our "buy the bullets, not the guns" strategy.