Jim Cramer said that Cisco and enterprise tech stocks turned into “market punching bags,” according to a CNBC report on November 14.

Roku’s third-quarter earnings results beat Wall Street’s expectations but still caused the stock to drop 16%. Is its competition really a threat?

Roku (ROKU) investors lost close to 15% today. On November 6, the company announced its third-quarter results after the market close.

In today’s Get Real, we saw Tesla's plans for China, AMD's expectations for 2020, the state of crude oil prices, and more.

Shares of online streaming device company Roku (ROKU) fell over 15% in today's after-hours session, as of the time of this writing.

Some of the older Samsung TV and Roku (ROKU) devices won't stream Netflix (NFLX) starting on December 1 due to some technical limitations.

Netflix (NFLX) expects its service to stop working on older Samsung TV models due to technical limitations. However, this shift isn’t risk-free.

Tech company Roku (ROKU) announced it bought dataxu last month. The company announced it made a deal to purchase dataxu for $150 million.

Roku stock closed at $133.66 on October 25 and spiked almost 10% on October 28. On Monday, Roku shot up to around $143 within the first hour of trading.

Roku stock (ROKU) could gain on a $150 million acquisition. The digital media device manufacturer is purchasing Dataxu, a Boston-based company.