FBN's Jo Ling Kent, Nicole Petallides and Ashley Webster on Twitter, Zynga, Cisco and Peabody Energy.
LinkedIn might be the go-to website for job seekers and other professionals to grow their business connections, but it was not one Wall Street wanted to touch Friday as the share price was under considerable pressure.
Varney & Co. panel on the outlook for Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and GoPro.
Enderle Group President Rob Enderle on Google overtaking Apple as the most valuable company in the world.
The company behind the NFL’s Super Bowl 50 Stadium App promises to deliver fans attending the big game a high-tech experience fitting for the Silicon Valley setting.
FBN's Jo Ling Kent on Microsoft's role in tabulating the results of the Iowa caucus.
FBN's Cheryl Casone on reports Wells Fargo and Bank of America are working on integrating Apple Pay into their ATMs.
Two-time Secretary of Defense, former White House Chief of Staff and former pharmaceutical industry CEO Donald Rumsfeld has a new gig as… a video game developer.
More consumers will be ditching that debit card as mobile banking gains momentum.
Tech giant Samsung Electronics warned on Thursday of possible weaker earnings this year due to softer sales of gadgets such as smartphones, a trend that is also hurting rival Apple and major chipmakers.
Engadget Editor-in-Chief Michael Gorman on the future of Apple.
The tech titan is expected to unveil its fiscal first-quarter results after the closing bell Tuesday. But it's what's reported in March that could steal the spotlight.
CEO Rick Stollmeyer says Mindbody will be profitable before the end of 2017.
Which tech products will be in, which CEOs will be out, and how will the Nasdaq fair in 2016?
It’s easy to forget that technology is supposed to make us happy and productive, not frustrated and miserable.
General Motors is writing a massive check to ride-hailing company Lyft in hopes of capitalizing on an evolving industry.
'The Cyber Guy' Kurt Knutsson on the popularity of the app Periscope.
Forget stocks and bonds billionaire Sir Richard Branson is investing some of his cash hoard in a door-bell company.
It appears there’s no end to Apple's strong presence when it comes to phones, tablets, music streaming, etc. But with its shares trading in near "bear-market" range from its early year highs, what will 2016 look like for this Cupertino California-based behemoth?
Sadly, journalistic integrity is dead. Even sadder, nobody mourned. Everyone had their heads stuck too far up their smartphones to notice.