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It seems safe to assume from Spotify's job listings that the company is interested in making a device that's capable of playing music.
Samsung says it's issuing a Galaxy S8 update next week that will address complaints that some screens have a red tint.
The professional network's half a billion members are spread out across 200 countries.
Alphabet's big profits are expected to demonstrate yet again that Google queries is the web's most valuable real estate for advertisements.
KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo joins the list of Apple watchers who say the iPhone 8 is delayed until October or November.
The five big tech companies are in constant competition, and well-funded startups are always looking to take a bite out of them.
A video showed an intense confrontation between passengers and a crew member on board one of its planes, USA Today reports.
Apple recently brought on Steven Keating, the MIT doctoral student who made a 3D printout of his own brain after he was diagnosed with a tumor.
If you're looking to buy the new Samsung phone, there are a couple of reasons why you should buy larger model.
Marble a star-tup in San Francisco is building and deploying a handful of robots in a partnership with Yelp.
"To watch entrepreneurs or technologists go over and tackle these moonshots ... that's what we have all been hoping for," said Qualtrics CEO Ryan Smith.
The world’s largest social network spent $3.2 on federal lobbying, but Google topped the tech world shelling out $3.5 million in the first quarter of 2017.
Add to the list of problems at Uber: Driver retention.
Microsoft said on Thursday it will release two new versions of Windows each year.
T-Mobile called out Verizon Communications for releasing its quarterly earnings on April 20th, or the 'holiest of high days.'
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