More than any other industry, technology companies prioritize ethical issues important to most Americans, according to a study released Tuesday from Forbes and the non-profit research group Just Capital.
Personal computer pioneer Michael Dell defends free market capitalism as the most effective system to drive entrepreneurship and jobs.
Tesla's chief executive, Elon Musk, has said Berlin will be the site of its first European factory as the carmaker's expansion plans power ahead.
AMD wants to keep its momentum rolling
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Infineon slightly beat its profit guidance in the fourth quarter and said the semiconductor market showed signs of picking up in 2020, triggering a share rally for the German chipmaker.
The next big trend in technology will be smart glasses we wear everywhere.
Balderton Capital has raised a new investment fund that focuses on start-ups seeking Series A financing.
PDF Solution's CEO talks about the growing impact of analytics and AI on semiconductor design and manufacturing.
The economy expanded by 1% in the three months ended September, compared to the previous year, according to data from the Office for National Statistics. It's the weakest annual growth rate since the beginning of 2010.
Augmented reality may be the big focus.
"Negotiating would be better done in private," and not on Twitter, say trade experts.
"Project Nightingale" is an attempt to squeeze more money from patients.
Samsung smartphones are known for the AMOLED display panels and the company has greatly improved the Active-Matrix OLED display over the years. Now, the company seems to be moving a step forward with its upcoming flagship smartphones.
The company confirmed plans for a new store format after job openings were posted Monday.
Since tools are so critical to our existence and prosperity, the way we interface with these tools is also of great importance.
Since 2008, DVD sales have declined more than 86%.
The head of China's top state-run semiconductor maker, Tsinghua Unigroup, called on U.S. companies to "do better" in efforts to overcome China-U.S. tech tensions given they continue to profit from the Chinese market.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding on Monday said sales for its annual Singles' Day shopping blitz hit 158.31 billion yuan ($22.63 billion) in its first nine hours, up 25% from 126.72 billion yuan at the same point last year.
Speaking at the recent AT&T Business Summit, Nadella offered some advice for companies looking to make a digital transformation.
Ren Zhengfei is shedding that anonymity as China's first global tech brand mobilizes to fight back against U.S. sanctions and warnings Huawei Technologies is a security risk.
Investors have recently put fears about the pace of global growth aside, opting for optimism on a "phase one" US-China trade deal. But muted economic data expected out of Europe this week could change the mood.
Apple's lead in wearables is a threat to Android smartphone sales.
The warning from the EU's executive arm comes at time when the ECB has started a new round of stimulus to prop up fragile growth.
China has announced a curfew on online gaming for minors among new measures aimed at curbing video game addiction.
Revenue growth was flat while earnings per share declined for the September quarter, but they were above market expectations.
Xerox offers HP $22 a share in takeover bid, sources say.
Overnight, Beijing said the two countries had agreed to roll back tariffs as part of the yet-to-be signed "phase one" deal. But will a deal actually get done?
The Hero 8 Black is off to the best start in GoPro history
Apple redesigned the web pages of its privacy policies Wednesday, its latest effort to distinguish itself from its personal data-selling competitors.
ASML, Europe's largest manufacturer of specialized chipmaking machines, has fallen prey to Washington's desire to curb Beijing's technological ascent and delayed shipment of a crucial tool needed to develop China's semiconductor industry.
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The Microsoft co-founder said he doesn't wish a government push for a corporate breakup on anyone.
Qualcomm stock shot up 6% in extended trading after the company beat revenue and earnings estimates.
Xerox and HP combining forces is probably not a far-fetched idea, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
A handful of cities have already banned police from using such technology.
The discussions come as Facebook and Twitter follow different paths on the issue.
Chinese telecoms equipment maker Huawei will maintain robust business growth in the absence of U.S. supply and does not rely on any U.S. technology and components for 5G, board director William Xu said on Monday.
Samsung Electronics said on Tuesday it will shut down a CPU research division at one of its U.S. facilities, a move that analysts said dimmed prospects for the tech giant's Exynos-branded mobile chips.
"We don't see a win for us in this deal," said Rick Helfenbein, president and CEO of the trade organization.
In a keynote address at the Web Summit tech conference Monday, Huawei Rotating Chairman Guo Ping encouraged developers to partner with Huawei to build apps and software using 5G.