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Banksy has taken his skills to the town of Dover, where his latest piece shows a workman chipping away at one of the stars on the EU flag.
Microsoft and Harman Kardon unveil a new speaker with Cortana built in, which will help Microsoft compete with the Amazon Echo and Google Home.
Russia has blocked access to Chinese social media app WeChat for failing to give its contact details to the Russian communications watchdog.
It's super easy to use your phone to pay for goods at the store using Samsung Pay, Apple Pay and Android Pay, here's how to get set up.
While the US is fighting China to keep AI talent, uneasiness with the new US administration is making some tech talent look north.
Google brought on board a legend in computer architecture from the University of California to help develop its tensor processing unit.
As Big Blue struggles to stay relevant, it just lost one of its biggest cheerleaders, Warren Buffett, and yet CEO Ginni Rometty's pay keeps rising.
Amazon is building the glass spheres as an unusual setting for employees to relax and think differently
Facebook plans to launch about two dozen shows in June, part of its new push into video programming.
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg spoke in San Francisco this week about how to deal with tragedy, two years after her husband's sudden death
The application, published yesterday but filed in late 2015, could apply to either a phone-based app or to augmented reality glasses.
The move is an effort to prevent ads from being placed next to offensive content.
HSS Secretary Tom Price reacted on CNBC to Jimmy Kimmel's monolgue about his son's life-saving search that went viral on the internet.
Oculus is shuttering doors on its Story Studio to shift focus onto supporting external content makers, Facebook said on Thursday.
Facebook is hiring a film producer, film engineer and other similar positions to 'seed an ecosystem' of original content
Bezos recently told an audience he sells about $1 billion in Amazon stock per year to fund his space travel company, Blue Origin.
Here's a summary of analyst opinions on Facebook after the company reported first-quarter earnings Wednesday.
Morris Mark, Mark Asset Management, discusses Facebook's quarterly earnings report and what he sees for the social media giant.
The tech executive said policy restrictions will make it more difficult for companies in the U.S. to remain competitive.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew talks about Facebook's quarter and whether to expect ad revenue growth rates to come down.
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