AT&T's Randall Stephenson plans to lean on DirecTV relationships to strike new media deals.
It's unlikely to dethrone major names like Chrome and IE, but CEO Jon von Tetzchner hopes Vivaldi will attract power users who want a full-featured PC browser.
Former Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside says his company had plans to add a fingerprint sensor to the Nexus 6 but that Apple acquired the company it was hoping to partner with.
Reed Hastings says that "it's definitely not a zero-sum game" when it comes to online streaming-video services.
Chief exec also estimates that company e-mail will be back online next week, though the entire network likely won't be up and running for another three to six weeks.
At CES, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich showed off the company's Real Sense capabilities with a game of drone ping-pong. He also announced a new program to promote diversity within the company. CNET News Editor in Chief Connie Guglielmo sat down with him the day after Intel's keynote to get more details.
Co-CEO BK Yoon said the company vowed to become the leader in innovation when it came to home appliances for 2015, and shared his vision of the smart home becoming a smart world.
Despite the tough market, Samsung says it has high expectations for its new premium ultra-high-def TVs and its new Tizen smart TVs.
CNET Editor-at-Large Brian Cooley sits down with Ford Chief Executive Mark Fields and discusses how the company thinks about technology in the car and its plans for future innovation.
Lowell McAdam says Verizon doesn't want to become a content company and denies serious acquisition talks. But he leaves open the possibility of a future partnership.