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U.S. stock futures are falling sharply on Friday as bond yields jump, Apple posts a mixed quarter, and Wall Street awaits the U.S. jobs report for January.
So how about those earnings from Apple, Amazon and Alphabet? Here's what you need to know Friday.
The chipmaker is finally taking some PC and server CPU share, and cryptocurrency miners and Apple are providing a nice lift to its GPU sales.
TEGNA Inc. (NYSE: TGNA) and Sony Pictures Television (SPT) (NYSE: SNE) announced today the two media companies have entered into an exclusive, multi-year distribution agreement for TEGNA's programming in the United States...
Once you get past the hype and gimmicks, CES remains an invaluable way to see how major technologies are evolving.
AXT, Inc. figures to benefit from the rising number of connected devices.
Universal Display and Applied Materials received a boost while Amazon, Alphabet and Apple are also in the news.
Qualcomm is now shipping over 1 million chips per day for the burgeoning Internet of Things hardware market.
It's the year's biggest tech trade show, and it should be jam-packed with announcements related to self-driving cars, gaming PCs, VR headsets and much else.
From bitcoin to aerospace to artificial intelligence, there's been a lot of strong trends in 2017. Which ones will last and which will fade away?
From the launch of Apple's iPhone X to Bitcoin's rise to frantic dealmaking in the chip sector, here's a look at the most important tech stories from an action-packed 2017.
FireEye is known for its cybersecurity platform that can detect threats before they infiltrate a company's network perimeter.
The GOP tax plan is here. TheStreet takes a look at how to invest off this key piece of legislation.
Fox is for sale. Or maybe it isn't. Everything is fine. Or maybe it isn't. The co-chairman explains at Business Insider's Ignition conference.
At least in terms of body count.
TheStreet is out in the stores seeing how a surging stock market and improving economy are impacting Black Friday shopping. One thing has stood out: more and more people are buying online.
Several retailers including Amazon, Walmart, and Dell are giving consumers on Cyber Monday some pretty great deals.
Gamers rejoice - Black Friday brings an array of deals on games and console.
A rebound late in the week helps the markets recover from a bout of selling. We add a name to the portfolio.
The Murdochs have spoken to Comcast and Disney about selling Twenty-First Century Fox's TV and film studios and international businesses.
For all the hype, online TV services remain a niche market due to various shortcomings and the enduring pull of traditional pay-TV packages.
The new technology could deviate from the iPhone X's Face ID technology and would likely make augmented reality experiences richer.
Gaming companies are soaring to new highs in spite of a changing consumer who has altered nearly every other type of discretionary spending. If you think gaming is dead, you're one of the dumbest on Wall Street.
Disney also reported a slower pace of pay-TV subscriber declines, easing concerns about the health of ESPN, ABC and its other networks.
The company's 'Call of Duty: WWII' surpassed more than $500 million in sell-through for its first three days on the market.
Here's what you need to know now for Monday, Nov. 6.
Intel and Advanced Micro Devices are taking on Nvidia with a new PC processing chip.
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