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A new Google server in Cuba marks the first time a foreign internet company has been able to host content in the country.
Instagram has been growing like crazy since it went live in 2010, and under Facebook it has had ample resources to keep that up.
The internet industry, which considers net neutrality essential for its business, isn't giving up without a fight.
Union organizers for Tesla’s Fremont factory says the company is illegally preventing workers from distributing information about the unionization effort. Buzzfeed reports.
Waymo, Google's self-driving car project will allow hundreds of people in Phoenix to take rides in the vehicles to get feedback on the experience.
It seems safe to assume from Spotify's job listings that the company is interested in making a device that's capable of playing music.
Alphabet's big profits are expected to demonstrate yet again that Google queries is the web's most valuable real estate for advertisements.
The world’s largest social network spent $3.2 on federal lobbying, but Google topped the tech world shelling out $3.5 million in the first quarter of 2017.
Several inventors of Google's machine learning processor are working with venture capitalist Palihapitiya on a stealthy chip start-up.
If Oracle buys Moat the company will be making a big bet on ad tech.
Amazon's cloud chief Andy Jassy went after Oracle for locking customers into databases that are expensive and don't work very well.
Qualcomm's big acquisition and upcoming innovations must try to trump attacks on its business model.
"You have major underlying profit contraction," Kulbinder Garcha, managing director at Credit Suisse, told CNBC.
The legacy enterprise technology company, founded over 100 years ago, has reorganized around "strategic imperatives."
A new biometric exit system would track visa holders’ faces as they leave the country.
British cybersecurity firm Darktrace explained to CNBC why companies should invest in artificial intelligence to secure their networks.
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