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Tech Yeah focuses on Chinese Internet company Alibaba's upcoming IPO listing in the US.
FMHR trader Stephen Weiss explains why he is getting out of Twitter. The FMHR traders weigh in on Stephen's decision.
Last week, Carl Icahn called out eBay for not sharing documents on the Skype sale. Today, eBay told Re/code he's not legally entitled to them.
With Alibaba's US IPO on the horizon, there is already a class of Internet stocks in Asia that could be the next WhatsApp, says Buzzfeed's Jon Steinberg.
Could Google find value in buying both eBay and PayPal? Colin Sebastian, Robert W. Baird & Co. senior research analyst, thinks this could be a "power house combination" for Google.
Sony will release the third installment "Infamous: Second Son" this Friday. Analysts say that Sony could spend hundreds of millions on the game.
GitHub co-founder Chris Wanstrath announced in a blog post Sunday that the company was launching an investigation after allegations of gender-based “harassment” at the open-source coding platform.
China-based Twitter-like messaging service Weibo filed on Friday to raise $500 million via a U.S. initial public offering.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo will meet Shanghai government officials, academics and students in his first visit to China.
Discussing the security for bitcoin, and its exchanges, with Jaron Lukasiewicz, Coinsetter founder & CEO.
The Chinese Internet industry is coming of age, as some of its biggest players prepare to start new chapters as publicly traded companies in the US.
Target warned that last year's massive security breach could still become more extensive than reported so far.
The Obama administration said it would give up control of the internet's addressing system.
John Garvey, U.S. banking and capital markets leader at PwC, says that retail banks should innovate to adapt from a branch-based model to mobile banking.
The PlayStation 4 sold better than its rival Xbox One on U.S. retail shelves in February, but only just, according to the latest data released by the NPD Group.
The PlayStation 4 sold better than its rival Xbox One on U.S. retail shelves in February, but only just, re/code reports
*Microsoft withdraws support for Windows XP on April 8. LONDON/ NEW YORK, March 14- Banks around the world, consumed with meeting more stringent capital regulations, will miss a deadline to upgrade outdated software for automated teller machines and face additional costs to Microsoft to keep them secure.
Banks will face security fees for not updating Windows XP-run automated teller machines as Microsoft withdraws support for the software on April 8.
Price is still the biggest selling point for gamers, according to one expert.
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