Logitech CEO Bracken Darrell stopped by "Mad Money" to talk to Jim Cramer about the tech-gear company's strategy as e-sports explode.
Microsoft is rebranding its Beam game streaming app. Microsoft Mixer will let people watch up to four streamers at once, and stream from mobile devices.
U.S. network provider LeoSat, who uses satellites to transit data, shares how it plans to beat competitors who rely on fiber optics.
Jim Cramer is gaga for video-game maker Take-Two Interactive's stock. CEO Strauss Zelnick came by "Mad Money" to talk about the company's stellar earnings and guidance even as its new "Red Dead Redemption" game was delayed until next year.
Terry Haines, Evercore, and Rich Meade, Prime Policy Group, discuss the CBO score of the revised Republican health care bill. CNBC's Eamon Javers weighs in.
China is hosting a hotly anticipated tournament of Go – a complex, ancient Chinese board game – against a powerful Google computer program, but nobody inside the country can watch the games.
Jim Cramer, with the help of chart master Bob Lang, examines how the fundamentals at video game companies such as Electronic Arts, Take-Two Interactive and Activision Blizzard are set up for a strong run.
Global champ Chinese player Ke Jie, lost his first game against Google DeepMind computer program AlphaGo in Wuzhen.
The world's number one champion of the ancient Chinese board game Go is battling against a computer program built by Google in a set of three matches
Trump promised not to touch Social Security and Medicare, but most everything just got proven fair game.