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Apple has hired the former chief executive of Yves Saint Laurent for "special projects" reporting to CEO Tim Cook.
New software has been developed that aims to restrict the manufacture of 3-D-created firearms.
He always did march to his own drummer. Now, for his next act, fired Groupon CEO Andrew Mason has released a rock album with, um, motivational lyrics for young entrepreneurs.
The GlassTesla app allows users to perform functions remotely as well in their car.
Apple plans to build a solar farm with NV Energy in Reno, Nev., a step towards its goal of having its data centers run on renewable energy.
Good news for rich folks, Uber—the private driver app service— is expanding its business to the Hamptons for the Fourth of July weekend.
Amazon is said to be making plans to sell pricey art online, a move that may shake the foundation of the art world and accelerate a sweeping shift already underway at the auction houses and some galleries.
Don Mattrick led Microsoft's Xbox team and took it to the top of the market. Now, he's hoping to pull of a similar miracle at Zynga—but it's a move that's left many baffled.
Dell's special board committee said it welcomes the new proposal from the billionaire investor, who has lined up $5.2 billion to back up his bid for a leveraged recapitalization.
Microsoft's entertainment head, Don Mattrick, is leaving the company to join struggling games publisher Zynga as its chief executive.
Some data suggest that a rightsizing trend is occurring in venture capital, but the future looks promising, according to one investor.
One factor promises revenue and earnings growth for Apple, Tavis McCourt of Raymond James says.
Apple has applied for a trademark for "iWatch" in Japan, a patent official said on Monday.
Nokia will pay $2.2 billion to buy out partner Siemens AG in their network equipment joint venture, a deal that is likely to bring some stability to the company after it stumbled in smartphones.
Designers are coming up with clothes, accessories and fitness apparel that can do everything from monitor your heart rate to charge your smartphone.
Developers of the PlayStation 3 title "The Last of Us" are scrambling to patch the title upon learning that phone numbers that appear in the game connect people to actual sex hotlines.
BlackBerry shares plunged nearly 30 percent after the company posted a loss and warned of future losses, despite releasing its make-or-break new smartphones this year.
Google is developing a videogame console and a wristwatch based on its Android operating system, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.
Porn is kind of coming to Google Glass, again.
Space tourism will take off in the next decade, and travelers will need a way to pay for stuff in space as well as send money back to Earth, said PayPal's president.
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