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Google said on Monday that new cars from Audi and Volvo will be powered by Android, giving users easier control of their cars.
One of the people who has contributed to Facebook's machine learning technology has joined Snap, which has faced competition from Facebook.
In today's climate of "alternative facts," there is renewed impetus to put news reporting under the microscope.
Microsoft President Brad Smith criticized governments for stockpiling secret exploits of computer system.
Jeff Bezos took Amazon public 20 years ago, and those who worked on the offering remember him being involved in every last detail.
"People are constantly lying. They lie to friends, family members, to surveys, to social media," Stephens-Davidowitz tells CNBC.
Bark is a mobile app that uses AI to detect cyberbullying, sexting and signs of depression or suicidal thoughts on children's phones.
Zendrive is using mobile phone data and machine learning to identify high-risk drivers BEFORE they have an accident. Insurers are testing the software.
Snapchat users can now keep their posts online indefinitely, but slowing growth suggests changing user behavior won't be easy.
Ross Levinsohn says Facebook's content is too oversaturated with news and other editorial content.
Should you snap up Snap shares? Ross Levinsohn, former Yahoo interim CEO, weighs in on Snap's first quarterly earnings report released this week.
The Galaxy S8 has a unique accessory called the DeX Station that lets you use it as a full computer, but it falls a bit short.
Tesla' CEO has begun digging underground tunnels beneath the bustling city.
Megan Quinn, Spark Capital general partner, and Luben Pamploulov, GSV co-founder and partner, discuss the future for Snap following its disappointing first earnings report.
Apple recently launched a site that helps you learn to take better photos with your iPhone, whether you're snapping at night, a close-up or a selfie.
Thailand's military government has ramped up online censorship, particularly perceived insults to monarchy, since seizing power in a 2014 coup.
Spotify is currently valued at $13 billion and will list on the NYSE according to sources, reports CNBC's David Faber.
At Ford's newest car assembly plant in Hangzhou in east-central China, at least 650 robots are assembling utility vehicles and midsize sedans.
StoreDot says its FlashBattery technology can charge a smartphone in just five minutes and will be ready for primetime next year.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch says Apple should further explore gaming consoles, the smart home and an autonomous car.
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