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  • Altice USA shares give the company a market capitalization of approximately $22 billion, sources told Reuters.

  • PARIS, June 21- President Emmanuel Macron's allies from the under-fire MoDem party quit the government, complicating what had been billed as a routine ministerial reshuffle days after his party emphatically won parliamentary elections. Macron, elected on an independent centrist ticket on May 7, had crafted a first government that comprised ministers of the...

  • SAN FRANCISCO, June 20- Cisco Systems Inc's core networking business on Tuesday took its first step into the market of subscription services, announcing a suite of new security and automation tools for big businesses. The San Jose company has been dependent on the sales of networking equipment that routes traffic on the internet. "We have, over the last two years,...

  • How e-commerce giant JD.com uses drones to deliver to far-out areas in China

    Richard Liu, founder and CEO of JD.com, says in each village there's a delivery man who receives parcels via drones and delivers them to end users.

  • DENVER— Colorado officials have cleared the language of a proposed ballot measure that would establish the nation's first legal limits on buying smartphones for children. The ban would require cellphone retailers to ask customers about the age of the primary user of a smartphone and submit monthly reports to the Colorado Department of Revenue on adhering...

  • North America and Asia Pacific are expected to lead 5G mobile internet adoption, according to a report from Ericsson.

  • SAN FRANCISCO, June 14- Nokia launched the world's fastest network chips on Wednesday, breaking into the Juniper and Cisco dominated core router market and giving its existing network business a boost. Nokia's new products, which grew out of its 15.6 billion-euro 2016 acquisition of Alcatel and its IP network gear business, should help it win business from...

  • SAN FRANCISCO, June 14- Nokia launched the world's fastest network chips on Wednesday, marking a breakthrough into the core router market dominated by rivals Juniper and Cisco, while giving a boost to its existing network business. They grew out of Nokia's 15.6 billion-euro 2016 acquisition of Alcatel and its IP network gear business. "We need networks with...

  • SAN FRANCISCO, June 14- Nokia on Wednesday debuted the world's fastest network chips, marking a breakthrough into the core router market dominated by rivals Juniper and Cisco, while giving a boost to its existing network business. The new products grew out of Nokia's 15.6 billion-euro 2016 acquisition of Alcatel and its IP network gear business.

  • The Uber Technologies application on a smartphone during an Uber ride in Washington, D.C.

    Yet if you're like many people, in a day or two you'll shrug, pull out your phone and call up an Uber anyway. NYTimes Reports.

  • This April 12, 2017, file photo shows a detail of the Volvo XC60 while on display during a media preview at the New York International Auto Show, at the Jacob Javits Center in New York.

    The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety said Tuesday that it tested 37 midsize SUVs and only two received a "good" rating.

  • Attendees photograph themselves after the new Xbox One X was introduced at the Microsoft Xbox E3 2017 Briefing, June 11, 2017 at the Galen Center in Los Angeles.

    Microsoft announced the Xbox One X, a more powerful gaming console it hopes will be more competitive against Sony's PlayStation 4.

  • Gamers test new games at the Xbox display at the Electronic Entertainment Expo at the Convention Center in Los Angeles.

    Midyear rankings for the top-selling video games show that players are looking for new experiences.

  • Satoshi Tsunakawa, president of Toshiba

    There's an expectation of a deal by the end of the month, sources said.

  • The Chinese police earlier this week said that they had arrested 22 people they suspected of selling the personal data of Apple customers.

  • Holograms aren't just a gimmick: 8i

    With companies investing in immersive computing, holograms are needed to provide content on educational to social platforms, says Steve Raymond, CEO of 8i.

  • An employee uses a computer as she deals with a customer at a Huawei store in Beijing on March 24, 2014.

    In May, the Chinese firm took the wraps off of the MateBook X, MateBook D and MateBook E.

  • 'Of course' Huawei will become leader in PC space: COO

    Wan Biao, COO of Huawei Consumer Business Group, says it will take the Chinese tech firm three to five years to become a leader in the PC market.

  • *Renault plans 100 megawatt storage facility- sources. FRANKFURT, June 7- Renault-Nissan is drawing up plans to build a 100 megawatt power storage plant in Europe, sources told Reuters, hoping to give electric car batteries a second life in a project that could eventually compete with utility companies. "We're working with The Mobility House on several...

  • MUMBAI, June 7- Samsung Electronics plans to double the production capacity for mobile phones and fridges at its main factory in India, expanding in a country where U.S. rival Apple Inc. has started assembling phones. India is the world's second biggest smartphone market and its fast becoming a battleground for handset makers vying for a bigger share as sales in...

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