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A Beijing court has ruled against Apple by upholding the validity of a patent held by a Chinese company.
Although just released, Google's Android Wear system for smart watches already has a bug with downloading paid-for applications.
Apple files a patent for mobile devices as well as larger home electronics housed entirely in glass.
YouTube has postponed a plan to block certain record labels from its video platform. The FT reports.
Experts are more worried about commercialization of the Internet than about surveillance or errant nation-states blocking services, Re/code reports.
Chipmaker Ambarella may be small, but the company is attracting interest due to a surging stock and a few high-profile clients.
Some Wall Street firms will use video games to recruit top talent this year.
Consumer advocate Ralph Nader says Facebook users should start a movement to get paid for their personal information.
Smart home technology is state-of-the-art and undeniably cool. But does it help where it really matters— in consumers' pockets?
Online photo service Shutterfly is reportedly putting itself up for sale. If you're wondering why, check out your mobile app store.
Shutterfly, the photo-sharing service, is said to be working with boutique investment bank Qatalyst Partners to sell itself, Bloomberg reported.
The FTC filed a complaint against T-Mobile USA, alleging that the wireless provider added unauthorized charges customers' bills.
Google has acquired music streaming service Songza. The "Squawk on the Street" news team discuss who this deal benefits.
The company, which competes in a crowded cloud computing sphere, had previously tried to partner or merge with another company.
Though ultra-Orthodox Jews may lack basic math skills, Torah studies provide them with tools applicable to Israel's booming high-tech industry
Kara Swisher, Re/Code co-executive editor, provides insight to Twitter naming Goldman Sachs executive Anthony Noto as its new CFO. Swisher also discusses where business strategy duties will fall at the social network.
The NYSE said it would allow trading firms to test their trading software on July 12 ahead of the initial public offering of Alibaba.
Yahoo is ordering a new season of TV comedy "Community" which will be distributed through their video service. Dennis Berman, Wall Street Journal, and the "Squawk Alley" team discuss Yahoo's content play and Goldman's upgrade of Netflix.
A former Tinder marketing exec is suing the popular dating-app company for sexual harassment and discrimination.
With the smartphone battle spilling into the driver's seat, Apple has signed up nine more manufacturers for CarPlay, Re/code reports.
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When celebrities, politicians, journalists and writers start to post video on Twitter, it will go supernova, Jason Calacanis said.
Ford Motor quarterly earnings beat Wall Street earnings expectations on Thursday, and the automaker maintained its 2015 profit forecast.
Alibaba's stock plunges after the Chinese e-commerce giant reported quarterly revenue that fell short of expectations.