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The technology giant plans to build a new data center at the site of a former coal-fired power plant in Alabama.
Facebook's Messenger will no longer require users to have a Facebook account.
Data mining company reports that login credentials for nearly every federal agency have been posted on open websites.
Retailers are upgrading their systems to help prevent fraud and protect customers but banks need to do their part, says this retail industry exec.
Cloud company Box and IBM say they are teaming up in a wide-ranging partnership to jointly offer their products and services, re/code reports.
A Google executive died unexpectedly while attending the Cannes Lions festival.
Facebook is streaming the first episodes of two new HBO comedy series, highlighting the growing importance of video for the company.
CIA-backed big data start-up Palantir is raising funds at a $20 billion valuation, the FT reports.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why investors shouldn't get too excited about Netflix's stock split.
Twitter may see its market opportunities decline as Facebook integrates more news into its users' feeds, Internet analyst Mark Mahaney tells CNBC.
The NSA spied on three French presidents, including President Francois Hollande, WikiLeaks says.
It has been dubbed the "Abortion Drone," and it's due to make its maiden flight this Saturday, the Global Post reports.
"Fast Money" traders discussed how to play market moves on the Netflix stock split and Boeing leadership change.
With the long-anticipated move, the soaring stock will start trading at its post-split price next month.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew called out China, saying it must "abide by certain standards of behavior within cyberspace."
The National Archives, which houses the U.S. Constitution, has found signs of possible unauthorized computer activity.
Shares of the surging social giant are set to keep soaring, says technical analyst Rich Ross.
Adam Bain, Twitter President of Global Revenue, discusses where the focus and opportunity for advertisers is and gives insight to the product that Twitter has in the pipeline.
Google is launching a free, ad-supported version of its $9.99-a-month Google Play Music in the U.S. to rival Pandora, Spotify and Apple.
Gmail users now have the possibility to undo email for up to 30 seconds, giving them the chance to spot typos, NBC News reports
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