Apple may not have a 5G smartphone yet, but at least one research firm thinks it will emerge as the leader.
If Tesla is able to continue to execute and deliver on its promises, the next five years look good for the electric vehicle maker.
When it comes to these two technology giants, Microsoft is a better bet than HP thanks to its cloud business and growth prospects.
Consumer-facing tech stocks like Roku, AMD, and Uber are likely to benefit from increased spending on PCs, electronics, and travel this holiday season.
Shares of Apple and Microsoft are on a tear this year, but the Mac maker may be the better bet for investors as we close out 2019.
Investments promising to make you rich by dropping the names of celebrities are all the rage. But more often than not, they're scams designed to prey on your fear of missing out.
Beyond Meat's stock may be at a premium, but there's still an opportunity to take a bite of the action.
It's understandable if bears are getting worried. Tesla is on fire, and its stock is reflecting that.
Snap competitor TikTok is in the U.S. government's crosshairs, which could be a boon for the maker of Snapchat.
The e-commerce giant just bought a telemedicine technology startup to help with its healthcare-related efforts.
Twitter's stock has been struggling since it reported lackluster Q3 ad sales and announced a ban on political ads.
Apple's stock is surging as it boasts a market cap of more than $1 trillion, but that isn't fazing bulls who are willing to pay up for the stock.
Microsoft's cloud business growth may be slowing, but it's still up double-digits -- and with new Surface products coming, there's a lot to like about the company.
In a blow to CVS, Target, and other retailers, it offers Prime members free shipping on products costing as little as $1.
The social media company finally appears to be firing on all cylinders, but a competitive threat bears watching: TikTok.
The world may not be ready for Facebook's digital token, Libra, but that's not stopping the social media giant from forging ahead.
The ride-hailing company hopes to clean up a reputation that has been muddied by lawsuits and customer complaints.
Samsung and Microsoft are hoping foldable phones will drive new growth in a now-less-exciting smartphone market.
Rumors are swirling that the tech giant will launch such a product early next year, which could boost its market share and drive consumers to its services.
Facebook is creating a new VR world dubbed Horizon, hoping to drive the market for VR glasses, which has failed to take off.