The Tech Sector's Bold New Era: Updates for 2017
Fitbit appears to be betting that creating a social environment for its customers will encourage users to interact with its devices more frequently.
Amazon’s deal with TV brands to include Fire TV could escalate competition for control of the smart home market and complicate Google’s plans.
Macy’s isn’t the only retailer that struggled to attract shoppers to its stores during the holidays.
Disney Kids TV streaming box, which Walt Disney (DIS) unveiled at the CES 2017, quickly has generated heat in the streaming media device market.
Amazon’s global sales have topped the sales of its 20 largest US rivals combined. But many American households are still reluctant to embrace its services.
Holiday video game sales figures shared by Sensor Tower and reported by Wall Street Journal reveal an interesting sector trend.
After pumping billions of dollars into its global expansion program, Netflix (NFLX) has realized that it can’t rest yet—largely because of Amazon.
Citron Research is predicting that Nvidia’s share price will crash in 2017 to $90. But Nvidia was one of the best-performing stocks in the S&P 500 in 2016.
What’s behind Alphabet’s creation of a standalone outfit to handle its autonomous vehicle operations? The company recently gave us a hint.
Silicon Valley startups with promising technologies have been pulling in money from surprising new sources.
With the Clayton Williams (CWEI) acquisition, Noble Energy (NBL) will have four rigs operational in the Southern Delaware Basin, one of them in CWEI acreage.
AT&T’s (T) DIRECTV Now over-the-top (or OTT) service is a new video streaming service that was launched on November 28, 2016.
AT&T’s (T) DIRECTV Now over-the-top (or OTT) service is a new video streaming service that was launched in November 2016 and features over 100 channels.
AMD plans to do a hardcore launch of its Ryzen products for desktops, notebooks, and servers throughout 2017 in order to gain market share in the CPU space.
Brand power is important in the mainstream market, so AMD has returned to the high-end market to recreate its brand among enthusiasts.
Performance improvement has slowed in the CPU (central processing unit) space, as Intel (INTC) dominates this space and has no rivals.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is set to launch its Ryxen CPU (central processing unit), which will compete with Intel’s (INTC) seventh-generation core processor.
Until now, AMD has focused its GPUs mainly on gaming. However, the onset of deep learning among cloud companies and enterprises in 2016 boosted demand for accelerators.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is moving ahead with its 2017 strategic goals to launch its next-generation computing and graphics processors.
Advanced Micro Devices’ (AMD) new Vega 10 GPU competes head-to-head with NVIDIA’s (NVDA) GTX 1080 and even exceeds the latter in frames per second.