A fire broke out at Tesla's car plant in Fremont on Saturday, but is now contained and won't impact production.
Apple just brought on a new leader for its home unit.
I had a hunch I was spending way too much on services like Netflux, Hulu and Spotify each month. So I'm outlining what I spend, how important they are, how often I use them, and seeing what I can cut.
Amid calls by U.S. lawmakers to reduce weapons sales to Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries involved in offensive warfare in the Middle East, corporates in the defense space are coming under increased scrutiny.
Jim Cramer ticks down the reasons why he believes Nvidia's call that its weakest end markets are turning positive.
When it comes to luring business to New York, the city may take a hit after Amazon announced its exit, says Kathryn Wylde, CEO of Partnership for New York City.
The New York City Council imposed a cap on licenses for ride-hailing drivers, limiting the number allowed on city streets.
Judy Faulkner is not going to sell her company Epic Systems to Apple anytime soon. "We're not going to do that," she said at a conference this week.
Cox announced last year it was looking to sell its broadcast stations as the industry moves toward consolidation.
In 2018, Khosrowshahi's first full year as CEO, Uber narrowed losses and continued to grow, though at a slower pace than in the previous year.
"Amazon coming, I think, was a great thing," says Ryan Serhant. "All they wanted to do was bring jobs."
A small group of banks are handling the "financial" side of billion-dollar fintech start-ups.
The global space race is heating up as American companies and NASA face growing competition from China.
Amazon spent nearly a year fielding proposals for its HQ2, and apparently deliberated up to the last minute whether to continue with the plans.
Michigan-based Rivian, which aims to market electric pickups and sport utility vehicles, has secured new funding from Amazon and existing shareholders.
Alphabet's Sidewalk Labs reportedly proposed receiving a cut of property taxes, development fees and increased land value for its work in Toronto.
Apple acquired AI marketing startup DataTiger, according to Bloomberg.
State Sen. Michael Gianaris defends his opposition to Amazon's now-scuttled plan for a New York City headquarters.
EA's game Apex Legends appears to be a success, even surpassing Fortnite in some metrics. Here's what it's like and how EA makes money.
A strategist told CNBC Friday that Apple needed to acquire a leading production studio to boost its services business with original content.
Amazon aims to compete with FedEx and UPS as its own logistics and shipping company. That's what analysts told CNBC after Amazon Air recently expanded to 50 planes and announced a $1.5 billion air hub opening in northern Kentucky in 2021.
Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing is planning to lay off about 2,000 people, or 15 percent of its workforce, this year, a source familiar with the situation said Friday, confirming Chinese media reports.
A new report from a team of researchers at The University of Hong Kong's Journalism and Media Studies Centre, examined the most sensitive topics subject to censorship on Tencent's WeChat platform in 2018.
Jim Cramer explains why the writing was on the wall when it came to CenturyLink's dividend cut.
"I wish Amazon had stuck it out a little bit longer, because in the long term I believe that this would have been a good deal for both," said Rep. Gregory Meeks, D-N.Y.
Jim Cramer hears from the CEOs of Twilio and SendGrid after the companies' recent tie-up.
Jim Cramer says the action in the stocks of Coca-Cola and Cisco could be signaling fundamental change in the market.
Facebook and the Federal Trade Commission are reportedly negotiating what could be a multibillion-dollar fine following the company's 2018 Cambridge Analytica scandal.
CBS announced Thursday it has reached its streaming goal of 8 million subscribers nearly two years ahead of schedule.
Amazon will instead fill the positions in cities throughout the country.
Nvidia's revenue is expected to fall considerably after the company said it was having inventory issues.
Google's booth at the HIMSS medical conference featured a demo for a potential service for faxing medical information to Google Drive.
This marks the official launch of Spatial&, a VR tech company that's been growing in stealth mode for the past year under Walmart's incubator Store No. 8.
Facebook security monitors users who have made aggressive comments, as well as former employees, through a "be on lookout" or "BOLO" list. It can use its apps and web sites to track the location of these people as it deems necessary.
Semiconductors are surging this year. The SMH ETF is up 17 percent in 2019, with a number of names in the group soaring double digits. Nvidia reports earnings Thursday, and the options market is still expecting a big move for the chip stock.
The congresswoman says New Yorkers "defeated Amazon's corporate greed, its worker exploitation and the power of the richest man in the world."
Private companies are more important than ever for the United States to explore and develop technology in space.
Cisco's CEO told CNBC's Jim Cramer that all the noise surrounding Huawei hasn't changed how the two companies compete across the globe.
Citi rated Google parent company Alphabet as its top pick in its latest ranking of U.S. internet companies.
Branson touted on Thursday the quick turnaround capability that rocket launcher Virgin Orbit may soon be able to provide the U.S. military.
Amazon said it does not have plans to reopen the search for a replacement location.
"I suspect there should be higher taxes for the wealthy around the world and I don't think they would object to that," the Virgin Group founder tells CNBC.
Tim Maly, who serves as both chief financial officer and chief operating officer, is retiring during the second quarter.
Analysts expectations remain low heading into Nvidia's earnings report Thursday after the bell
Wealthfront is offering a no-fee cash account with a 2.24 percent interest rate.
Citi Research downgraded its rating on Yelp shares to neutral from buy, saying the company's recent 2019 earnings forecasts were "disappointing."
Software pirates have made pirated versions of legitimate apps, like Spotify, Reuters found.
As Amazon enjoyed record profits and cash balances last year, it turned to one of the safest and lowest-risk investments: Government debt.
The highly profitable pickup truck market is the next to be revolutionized by electric vehicles, Morgan Stanley told investors in a note on Thursday.
Engineers at the lender have created the 'JPM Coin,' a digital token that will be used to instantly settle transactions in its wholesale payments business.
Tesla officially introduced a new feature on Thursday called "Dog Mode" that aims to keep owners' pets comfortable while left unattended in the vehicle.
Apple said Thursday that it will resume selling older iPhone models in its stores in Germany.
"To date, even in this bear market, we still run a profitable business," Binance CFO Wei Zhou told CNBC.
Telstra CEO Andrew Penn said the company will be "one of the first global operators" to offer its customers 5G mobile internet in the coming months.
Data created and replicated in China will outpace the global average by 3 percent annually, a report by IDC and Seagate said.
Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas says Tesla's biggest question is whether it can self-finance "where it doesn't need external equity capital to fund its very ambitious plans."
Jim Cramer explains why the market may not be able to handle an upcoming surge in IPOs.
The thousands of cryptocurrencies that have popped up in the past few years will eventually be worthless, according to the CEO and founder of Digital Currency Group.
Apple's spring event will highlight new services for news and video.
Police reported finding a woman unconscious in the hotel suite with a deflated balloon in her mouth.
Some of the best investments that Silicon Valley has been chasing after can be found on just one stock: Softbank, says Light Street Capital's Glen Katcher.
Yelp shares popped after the company released its fourth quarter 2018 earnings that handily beat analyst expectations.
Cisco beat quarterly estimates on the top and bottom lines.
General Motors might be attracted to the platform as a way to sell a more profitable electric vehicle, while Amazon could use the basic platform for logistics.
Equifax's data breach on Sept. 7, 2017, stunned markets and American consumers, but the data has disappeared.
Apple's new streaming service will offer both original content and a platform to sign up for other streaming services.
Google will expand into Nevada, Ohio, Texas and Nebraska for the first time, adding new data centers in those states and offices elsewhere.
Always-on Automatic Reader View turns web pages into cleanly formatted text stories without graphics, ads, videos or other material.
Netflix is only beginning to grow, if the stock market's expectations are to be believed.
BMW's North America CEO Bernhard Kuhnt said the company will deal with whatever tariffs are imposed, but that they are bad for consumers, dealers and the economy.
Before his termination in September, Levoff was "responsible for Apple's compliance with securities laws," the SEC complaint says.
The U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) this week made an extensive report public about military expansion in space.
Apple CEO Tim Cook and IBM Ginni Rometty were among 25 members appointed to Trump's American Workforce Policy Advisory Board.
The automaker is particularly well-positioned to take advantage of a growing light truck market.
Chinese drone maker DJI will roll out a system in 32 European countries this month to prevent its drones entering airport flightpaths.
Huawei has taken out full-page commercials in New Zealand newspapers that compare banning the company from 5G networks to the sport of rugby without the country's famous team.
General Motors and Amazon are reportedly in talks to invest in Rivian Automotive, indicating a massive shift in the "next and potentially imminent" electric vehicle market of pickup trucks, Morgan Stanley says.
Vista's agreement on Tuesday to buy Ellie Mae is the latest example of private equity jumping into cloud software.
Amazon reported record profits in 2018, thanks to increasing revenue from Amazon Web Services, advertising and the third-party marketplace.
A new survey from Rock Health shows that tech companies are less trusted when it comes to sharing data.
Sean Parker is much more worried by the state of the health care system than Elon Musk's hellish predictions about artificial intelligence.
David's Bridal, which emerged from bankruptcy last month, is now focusing on catering to today's older and less traditional brides.
TuSimple is developing technology to allow shipping companies to operate self-driving class 8 tractor trailers, potentially eliminating the need for drivers, the biggest expense facing trucking firms today, especially in a tight labor market.
Ford and VW's electric car programs are out of sync, "almost like snowboarding and skiing," said Ford's president of global markets.
Sean Parker, founding president of Facebook, said that Amazon is not guaranteeing users any privacy.
The outlook for the semiconductor sector may be turning positive, as analysts expect chip demand to hit bottom before picking up later this year.
Fans of the famous brick brand will have to use a Snapcode — a QR code for Snapchat — to buy from the fashion range, available from Wednesday. When shoppers scan the code, they'll enter an augmented reality boutique.
Gov. Gavin Newsom on Tuesday proposed "a new data dividend" that could potentially allow California consumers to get paid for their digital data.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said Tuesday that he recognizes there is a link between activity on his social network and real life danger to people.
Amazon and General Motors are in talks to invest in Rivian Automotive LLC in a deal that would value the U.S. electric pickup truck manufacturer at between $1 billion and $2 billion, people familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.
At the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference in San Francisco, executives at Google and Microsoft emphasized that they don't aim to become competitive with their customers. It's not a theoretical point.
One trader says the charts are pointing to new highs for social media giant Facebook.
Activision Blizzard has revealed headwinds in recent weeks, reporting lower-than-anticipated sales.
Apple's health team made a rare public appearance at its Union Square Apple Store in San Francisco on Monday evening. The primary topic of the discussion was heart health.
You can now ask Siri to automatically open Waze and start driving somewhere. Here's how to set up Waze to work with Siri shortcuts on your iPhone.
The service would be a quick way to monetize Apple's News app, and would bolster the company's services revenue when hardware sales slow.
CEO sentiment has been balanced "between growth and efficiency initiatives" since the Federal Reserve said it would be patient, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty says.
Facebook is making great strides in beefing up election security and addressing data privacy concerns, says Graham, also former publisher of The Washington Post.
The Pentagon's inspector general filed a notice on Monday that it will began evaluating the Air Force's certification process for SpaceX's Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy rockets.
Goldman Sachs estimates Google paid Apple nearly $9.5 billion in traffic acquisition costs during calendar year 2018.
Google's new cloud chief is looking to invest all the more in sales as it looks to challenge Amazon and Microsoft.
Here's why Amazon acquired Eero, the maker of a mesh networking system.
Citigroup details three scenarios that investors may have to grapple with depending on how the trade talks progress this month.
Bill Gates says tax policies should focus on taxing wealth rather than income.
The leading sportswear retailer and secondary market will combine retail and digital expertise to bring "a lot of synergies" to the sneaker industry, Goat CEO Eddy Lu says.
Tesla has grand ambitions in China. But the electric vehicle maker is facing competition from both Chinese and foreign automakers there.
Tesla has built up a global network of charging stations, which Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas points to as an advantage over other electric vehicle makers.
The move marks the second time in two years Sony has named a new PlayStation boss and comes after a drop in profits and sales of the PS4.
Morgan Stanley lowers its rating on shares of Cisco Systems to equal weight from overweight, citing slowing growth in the company's networking security business.
No credible evidence exists that exposure to fake news changed the outcome of the 2016 election.
A U.K. government report published Tuesday said a regulator should ensure tech firms like Facebook, Google and Apple are taking steps to help users identify trustworthy, reliable news on their platforms.
Wirecard's stock price has nosedived amid developing reports of an accounting scandal at its Singapore office.
Many are pessimistic because of trade and the economy, but one issue should concern investors more: the "splinternet."
The German trade surplus is stifling the economic growth in the rest of Europe, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Amazon is entering the business for home routers by buying Eero, a start-up that competes with Google.
The road to a bitcoin ETF has seen many roadblocks, but one finance expert says it's an inevitability.
According to Zillow, the 1,540-square-foot house located at 10704 NE 28th St. is listed for just nearly $1.5 million. It features three bedrooms,1.75 baths and a hot tub on the back porch. It was last sold in 2009 for $620,000.
At its latest valuation of $3 billion, Reddit's 330 million monthly active users are valued much lower than those on other social networks.
As blockchain start-ups wind down and the crypto market mania fades, engineers are becoming free agents for technology giants.
Apple's work with the VA is important, and not just for veterans. The barriers that have prevented people from accessing their health data are now coming down.
Jon Fortt sits down with two former Facebook insiders, Roger McNamee and Antonio Garcia Martinez, to discuss whether or not Facebook really is that bad.
A March 6 hearing is set in Vancouver for Meng Wanzhou, the CFO of China tech giant Huawei, who was arrested there in December on fraud charges.
Imran Khan's new retail venture, Verishop, takes direct aim at Amazon.
T. Rowe Price cut its stake in Tesla in half during the fourth quarter, according to a government filing.
New York City Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer also says he is against Amazon's plans for HQ2 in Queens because of the company's stances on immigration control.
Reddit wants to take digital ad market share away from Facebook and Google.
Samsung releases a video that teases a foldable phone announcement for Feb. 20.
Salesforce.com is launching a new tool that will help hospitals and insurers spot social determinant issues and then follow through to connect patients with more of the services they need.
Apple iPhone shipments sunk 19.9 percent during the fourth quarter of 2018, Apple's fiscal Q1, according to IDC.
Former Toys R US executives are running a new company that will manage the brands left behind, including Toys R Us, Babies R Us and Geoffrey.
Saudi Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir says the Arab kingdom had "nothing to do with" the leaking of Bezos' texts.
It was "pure extortion" the way "anybody in the court of law or Webster's dictionary defines extortion," management expert Jeffrey Sonnenfeld says.
Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas says Tesla's control of the electric vehicle market is "unsustainable" and will soon be disrupted by Rivian.
Canaccord Genuity upgrades Tesla to buy from hold and raises its 12-month price target to $450 from $330.
Bloomberg reported on Friday that Activision Blizzard, the video game publisher behind blockbuster franchises such as "Call of Duty," "Diablo" and "Warcraft," plans to announce jobs cuts on Tuesday.
Plant-based and lab-grown meat substitutes like the Impossible Burger have become a billion-dollar industry, and cattle ranchers are trying to head off the competition.
The Ford Edge ST handles fine. It's reasonably quick. There isn't a lot of body roll. But it isn't exciting. It doesn't make rowdy noises. It doesn't beg to be pushed. And it certainly isn't much fun.
Uber, Lyft, Airbnb and Slack are among San Francisco's high-growth tech companies that are prepping for IPOs, potentially this year.
There's an app called Stoop that makes it easy to find, read and manage all of your newsletters without cluttering your email inbox.
Could Sutter Health's new symptom tracker diagnose my bout of food poisoning? I put it to the test.
Google's top policy chief has called for "common rules of the road" globally when it comes to regulation of technology, amid ongoing debate around the world on how to create legislation for the internet economy.
DP World, one of the world's largest port operators, is launching its first hyperloop project in India, its chairman told CNBC Sunday.
Tech investor Paul Meeks is no longer avoiding the group that made him famous on Wall Street.
CBS fired Moonves in December after a dozen women accused him of sexual misconduct. Moonves is now leading a new venture, Moon Rise Unlimited.
Corning makes the glass that covers 6 billion smartphones, tablets, screens and wearables worldwide for Apple, Samsung, LG, Sony, Huawei and a variety of other manufacturers. CNBC got to tour its oldest factory to see how Gorilla Glass is made.
Some 150 employees out of a team of about 230 were let go in January at the Las Vegas facility that gets tens of thousands of Model 3s into the hands of U.S. and Canadian buyers, two of the laid-off workers said.
Jim Cramer explains why the Amazon CEO's transgression gives him pause.
Jim Cramer says the tie-up has more to do with technology than any traditional success metric for big banks.
Amazon should start thinking about CEO Jeff Bezos' successor, says Yale's Jeff Sonnenfeld. But that doesn't mean he thinks Bezos should go.
The new Fitbit Inspire is only for employees and health insurance members who are Fitbit customers.
EA rebounded on Friday after crashing earlier this week on its earnings miss.
Jeff Bezos explained his ambitious vision for Amazon in a 1999 interview. He made clear the company's focus was on "great customer service" and discussed his real estate strategy.
Facebook on Friday announced its acquisition of GrokStyle.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says politicians' opposition to Amazon's deal was "governmental malpractice."
The Bezos affair ordinarily would not have registered on the Enquirer's radar except for the fact that Bezos is Trump's archenemy, says Jerry George, who spent 28 years at the tabloid.
Bernstein analyst Toni Sacconaghi said people are holding on to their iPhones longer than ever before and that he expects iPhone units to decline 19 percent in fiscal 2019.
Tech investor confidence is at its lowest since 2009, according to the Silicon Valley Venture Capitalist Confidence Index, a quarterly survey of 28 Bay Area VCs that was released on Thursday.
American Media, the tabloid's parent company, was granted immunity last year in connection with its assistance in an investigation into Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos stunned everyone with his revealing post accusing National Enquirer of extortion and blackmail, but analysts covering the biggest online retailer don't really care.
Tesla's second-largest shareholder has added to its stake, months after praising the electric car maker.
Opponents of Amazon new headquarters in New York include Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who cheered the report.
Stu Zakim, former spokesman for David Pecker's National Enquirer, questions the wisdom of attempting to use leverage on the world's richest man.
CNBC's Jim Cramer warns investors against acting rashly towards Amazon stock, in the wake of Jeff Bezos accusing the National Enquirer's of extortion.
The complaint is a step toward legal standard in the burgeoning 5G space.
Bezos on Thursday accused AMI of blackmail and extortion in its reporting about the Amazon CEO's extramarital affair.
Semiconductors fell across the board Friday after Goldman Sachs warned clients that the industry's 2019 rally looks excessive.
TikTok is a new social app that is quickly gaining popularity, has caught the attention of Facebook and Snap and is setting off all sorts of new memes.
German payments firm Wirecard announced it was taking legal action against the Financial Times for "unethical reporting" into its accounting practices.
OakNorth said Friday it secured a $440 million investment from Japan's SoftBank and Singapore's Clermont Group.
As governments around the world wrestle with challenges from technology including data collection, artificial intelligence and cyber threats, Estonia might offer a blueprint for how to build a digital society.
Thailand on Friday launched a Huawei Technologies 5G test bed, even as the United States urges its allies to bar the Chinese telecoms giant from building next-generation mobile networks.
President Donald Trump is likely to sign an executive order next week that would ban Chinese telecommunication equipment on U.S. networks, Politico reported.
Sony announced on Friday a share buyback of 100 billion yen ($910 million) — its first ever aimed at boosting shareholder returns — sending the Japanese electronics and entertainment company's shares up more than 5 percent.
Apple has responded to a report that revealed some apps were recording users' actions inside applications without their permission.
Bezos claims a lawyer for the National Enquirer threatened to post sexual pictures he had sent via text to his girlfriend, Lauren Sanchez.
The U.S. military is more interested than ever before in stepping up investment in space startups, especially with the number of private companies building small rockets.
Apple has hired Christine Curry, an obstetrician who is known for treating pregnant women with the Zika Virus, according to several people familiar.
Cybercriminals are mixing old school and new school methods of money laundering, including innovative methods for mixing ill-gotten cryptocurrencies with legitimate cash and recruiting Airbnb hosts and Uber drivers via the dark web.
CNET reported Thursday that Google Fiber plans to end its service in Louisville on April 15.
Taco Bell and Dunkin' announced new developments in delivery Thursday, but rivals McDonald's and Starbucks are experiencing some growing pains with third-party delivery.
Banks like SunTrust and BB&T are looking to compete with the top banks on technology spending, while facing pressure from fintech.
Apple just released software that fixes a huge FaceTime exploit.
Skype now lets you blur the background so that people don't see what's behind you.
The multi-million-dollar lawsuit comes as Amazon pushes aggressively into original content and studio work.
Do you actually read privacy policies before you click accept? If you're like most Americans, probably not. But what is in those privacy policies may surprise you.
Self-driving car startup Aurora announced on Thursday that it has raised $530 million, some of which is from Amazon.
Armstrong said he would also be open to supporting Mike Bloomberg if he were to run for the White House against President Trump.
The former Google exec and AOL CEO is launching "the dtx company", which will invest in startups in this space and work with these brands to help them scale, with their data and operational expertise.
Apple has moved its modem chip engineering effort into its in-house hardware technology group from its supply chain unit, two people familiar with the move told Reuters, a sign the tech company is looking to develop a key component of its iPhones after years of buying it from outside suppliers.
SpaceX quickly passed another milestone in the development of its Raptor rocket engine on Thursday, founder and CEO Elon Musk shared in a tweet.
Twitter expects operating expenses to increase 20 percent in 2019. It will also change the way it reports monthly active users.
Although there is no overstating the work to be done on the part of our institutions to ensure that women of color have the space to fail safely and live authentically — we also don't have time to wait, writes Girls Who Code founder Reshma Saujani.
Germany's antitrust watchdog said on Thursday that Facebook abused its market dominance in collecting, merging and using user data.
Sweden's Tink has picked up fresh capital in a venture round led by Insight Venture Partners, with backing from SEB, Nordea and ABN AMRO.
Japanese conglomerate SoftBank Group's founder and chief executive, Masayoshi Son, may have become more than $3 billion richer on Thursday's massive gains for his company's shares.
A new AAA study finds that when the thermometer drops to 20 degrees Fahrenheit, range falls by an average of 41 percent on the five electric vehicle models it tested.
SoftBank Group said it would repurchase 112 million shares worth 600 billion yen (approx $5.46 billion) in the next 11 months, or about 10.3 percent of its total outstanding shares, excluding treasury stock.
Jim Cramer says Skyworks Solutions, Intel, Qualcomm, Broadcom and Xilinx stand to gain from the ongoing rollout of the fifth generation of wireless communications.
My Ancestry DNA results changed significantly in the past year, so I asked some genetics experts why I've suddenly become more British.