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Amazon has reportedly been working with hotels and resorts to start a new travel department, and the New York Post reports Amazon will roll out a new ad supported streaming service. Kara Swisher, Re/code co-executive editor, weighs in.
In 1999 Jack Ma was living in a small apartment with his wife in Hangzhou, China, when he came up with the idea for Alibaba.
TV streaming service Aereo filed for bankruptcy protection after a U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the company's model violated copyright laws.
Google is now offering a subscription service to Web users to remove ads from sites.
Robo-advisors use algorithms and model portfolios to allocate investments according to a client's particular objectives and risk tolerance. Elliot Weissbluth explains.
A new test measures whether kids know the ins and outs of a computer. Thousands of Canadian kids took the test and they excelled.
Online retailer Amazon.com will release a new ad-supported video streaming service early next year, the New York Post reported, citing sources.
Google announces "Contributor," a subscription service that lets users pay monthly subscriptions so that they don't have to see ads.
Autodesk reported better-than-expected revenue, as the maker of design software benefits from its switch to a cloud-based subscription model.
Twilio lets consumers use private chat rooms instead of giving their personal number to strangers.
William Ready, Braintree CEO, discusses the newest players in the online and mobile payments space.
To kick off its Black Friday specials, Amazon said it will start posting deal codes to disappearing messaging app Snapchat.
Uber has hired a law firm to audit its handling of customer data after a week full of data-related controversies, NBC reports.
Here's why these proposed bitcoin regulations are unrealistic, says Trevor Murphy, the CTO of BitStash.
College applicants are cleaning up their online profiles in case admissions officers look at it, the New York Times reports.
Is paying for "Likes" and retweets social media's version of a pyramid scheme? Nick Bilton of The New York Times, discusses how people are making money creating and selling "bots."
Recent close calls between airplanes and drones near a New York City airport are raising concerns about passenger safety.
Jeff Bezos bridged Amazon and Washington Post with a deal that offers Kindle owners free Post access for six months, reports New York Times.
"This quarter and next will be massive because of the iPhone 6," says Henry Blodget, Business Insider editor-in-chief & CEO, discussing Apple's product cycle and outlook.
If retailers succeed in shutting down Apple Pay, it could have some serious implications for consumers.
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Immigration reform that entrepreneurs and tech companies need has bipartisan support, a venture capital group said.
PandoDaily editor spoke out after Uber executive Emil Michael reportedly singled her out in comments about targeting a journalist.
The policy of an "open Internet" would have so many negative implications, says Cisco CEO John Chambers.