Messaging application WhatsApp has a flaw that may allow undelivered messages to be compromised, reports USA Today.
The robots are coming, but the march of automation will displace jobs more gradually than some alarming forecasts suggest, the NYT reports.
United States manufacturing needs to be more competitive, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich tells CNBC.
In a point-by-point takedown, Ann Winblad argues innovation at Apple is not keeping up, and Alphabet will get to a trillion dollars first.
The next step for virtual reality is to ditch its dependence on computers and make it more immersive for users.
During the Consumer Electronics Show, Acer unveiled the Predator 21 X, the first notebook computer with a curved screen, USA TODAY reports.
The digital services company is looking forward to a 2017 product launch but also hopes to benefit beyond this year, Jeff Jacobson says.
Hold Apple because it will be a major beneficiary under Trump, Jim Cramer says.
Apple's latest launch of MacBook Pro laptops has failed to achieve recommended ratings from Consumer Reports for the first time.
Mobile and PC gaming drove interactive entertainment revenues in 2016, while virtual reality got off to a slow start.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said he felt it was necessary to "engage" when Trump invited him and about a dozen tech executives to attend a summit.
The Microsoft co-founder tells CNBC innovation is key to making clean energy more attractive on a cost basis.
Universal Studios and Nintendo announced that Super Nintendo World will open at Universal Studios Japan in time for the 2020 Games.
Vivendi's pursuit of video game publisher Ubisoft has crossed another threshold, and a hostile takeover battle is looking a lot more likely.
Apple stock is still a buy in my book, but I see some troubling signs for the future, says Michael Yoshikami.
Companies like Best Buy and Wal-Mart have to "adapt their cultures" to move as fast as Amazon, Brad Anderson tells CNBC.
"We've got to manage that. It's part of our new reality," HPE CEO Meg Whitman tells CNBC, after it reported mixed quarterly results.
With the election over, "I'm supporting" President-elect Trump, the billionaire Republican businesswoman tells CNBC.
Amazon tracks what you have purchased, and what you have browsed and if you share an account, reports USA Today.
The steep drop in tech stocks since Trump's win provides a "compelling entry point," internet analyst Mark Mahaney tells CNBC.