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Facebook may be about to make a push into short-video-sharing, and it could mean big money for the company in the future.
Less than one week after E3, Microsoft has announced a major policy change on the most controversial policies of the Xbox One, bowing to growing negative consumer sentiment.
Microsoft was recently in advanced talks about purchasing Nokia's device business, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal, but talks have faltered.
Jeffrey Katzenberg is changing DreamWorks Animation from a movie studio with a few big films a year to a multiplatform media business.
The tech giant announced that the HBO GO and WatchESPN applications are now available on its Apple TV platform.
Three attorneys general want Google to change the way its search engine displays results, accusing the company of helping facilitate the sale of illegal goods.
Dish Network Corp said it would not make a new offer to buy Sprint Nextel in time for a Tuesday deadline and will instead focus on its tender offer for Clearwire Corp.
The 'anonymous' search engine DuckDuckGo is getting a boost off the PRISM scandal that is putting big tech companies like Google and Apple to shame.
Plans to take Dell private by leveraging the PC maker's balance sheet are ill-timed, Cramer said.
Bill McDermott, co-CEO of SAP, said that economic prospects, at least in the U.S., had improved.
Adobe earnings beat expectations but the company's forecast was to either meet or miss in the current quarter. Still, one analyst said the guidance "continues to be pretty impressive."
New York is second to only Silicon Valley when it comes to a burgeoning tech industry, but some city policies threaten its growth, mayoral hopefuls say.
3-D printing holds much promise for many sectors. But innovation brings risks, such as 3-D guns. In addition, is America's workforce ready for advanced manufacturing jobs?
Apple received over the last six months between 4,000 and 5,000 requests for customer data from U.S. law enforcement authorities relating to criminal investigations and national security matters.
Doug Kass has had it with the haters and declared his intent Monday to leave Twitter and his 62,000 followers behind.
Adobe is adopting a cloud subscription model. Ahead of Adobe's earnings report, TheStreet.com looks at the transition.
Facebook may announce a video feature to its photo-sharing app Instagram at an event it is hosting on Thursday.
There's always an excuse for shrinkage. For the information technology sector, that excuse is Apple.
China has built the world's fastest supercomputer, almost twice as fast as the previous U.S. holder and underlining the country's rise as a science and technology powerhouse.
Immortality may not be a reality yet, but rapidly evolving technology is making it more realistic, Google's engineering director Ray Kurzweil says.
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