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Google is reportedly trying to increase the vertical integration of the production of its Nexus Android phones.
Facebook-owned WhatsApp now has a billion users, a key milestone for the social network as it searches for ways to monetize the service.
A college in Oklahoma is making this piece of technology mandatory for all of its incoming freshman students. NBCNews reports.
The driverless car will become like your mobile phone: Something that you'll rather own than hire, carmakers said as they face a threat from Uber.
Apple is planning to announce new models of Apple Watch in March, with a full redesign slated for September, a report said.
They say there's an app for everything, and soon there's going to be one to control your stroller, TODAY reports.
Google shelled out $1 billion to Apple in order to remain a search option on iOS devices, according to a report from Bloomberg.
Donald Trump betrayed a deep ignorance of how the tech economy actually works and the role of American workers in it.
Music streaming service Deezer has raised 100 million euros in its latest round of funding, with participation from mobile network operator, Orange.
Security in Davos is always tight and this year has proved no exception with the Swiss police testing drones over the mountain resort.
Sprint has finalized plans for an overhaul of its cellular network that should save the carrier up to $1 billion. Re/code reports.
Federal officials say hundreds of counterfeit hoverboards have been seized in Miami.
A study from New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's office found Uber and competitors have not significantly added to city congestion.
The mantra of Xiaomi is "always believe that something wonderful is about to happen," but it appears it's been a little too optimistic.
The number of key Apple suppliers warning that their quarterly results would likely be below estimates continues to grow.
GrabTaxi founder Anthony Tan reckons being local will give his Singapore-based start-up the edge over behemoth Uber in Asia.
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