Technology

Amazon’s third-quarter earnings beat Street estimates, but its revenue and fourth-quarter outlook fell short of expectations, dropping its stock roughly 6 percent in after-hour trading.

AMD is projecting fourth-quarter revenue of $1.45 billion, below consensus estimates of $1.6 billion and essentially flat from the fourth quarter of 2017.

Tesla shares jumped by more than 12 percent as CEO Elon Musk made good on his promise to start turning regular profits in the last half of the year and revenue surges 70 percent to $6.8 billion.

Julia Boorstin reports on what Facebook is doing to combat political manipulation on its platform ahead of midterm elections.

For the largest tech companies, cardiologists are the new hot commodity.

Investors are looking at Netflix’s subscriber additions, after the company missed estimates for the first time in five quarters last quarter.

The direct-to-consumer ESPN+ service doesn’t require people to have a cable or sattelite subscription to get their sports content.

A look at Apple’s newest iPhones including the iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max and iPhone XR.

The stock plunge extends a painful week for the automaker. As of Thursday’s close, the stock had already lost 7 percent on the week.

Senators are upset that Alphabet declined to send either Larry Page or Sundar Pichai to Capitol Hill to attend a hearing on foreign interference in the 2016 election.

Apple reached $1 trillion in early August. It took Amazon just five weeks to match the milestone.

Online brokerage firms including Charles Schwab, TD Ameritrade and E-Trade drop Tuesday on Wall Street after CNBC reported J.P. Morgan Chase will offer a free trading service.

Trump’s comments come just two weeks after major tech companies suspended or banned conservative radio host Alex Jones.

Analysts are optimistic over Nvidia’s growth due to a new product cycle even as a key market falters.