No one's created the killer app for virtual reality yet, says John Riccitiello at Samsung's developer conference.
Technically Incorrect: José dos Santos, the CEO of Cell C, South Africa's third-largest telecom company, makes a serious gaffe. Even the company's own computer systems object.
Technically Incorrect: Jia Yueting CEO of LeEco (formerly LeTV) says Apple is just a hardware-and-software company. You know, a little old fashioned.
Carlos Ghosn isn't scared of Tesla's massive wealth of preorders. If anything, he's looking forward to the future.
The company's decision is the latest fallout over a controversial law mandating which bathrooms transgender people can use.
CEO Satya Nadella briefly addresses the controversy surrounding the company's teen AI chatbot.
Technically Incorrect: In a Twitter exchange, Marcelo Claure has a giggle at the new Verizon spokesman. Gervais takes evasive action. Meanwhile, residents of Kansas are upset.
The 2016 New York auto show kicks off in earnest this morning with a keynote speech from Nissan Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn.
The newly appointed head of the North American region will take his place in the interim.
The FBI might be at war with Apple, but the US military still loves Silicon Valley.