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CNBC's Julia Boorstin takes a look at what to expect when Facebook reports quarterly earnings after the bell.
Microsoft is making the most visionary computers in the industry, if not the best machines, period. The NYTimes reports.
Facebook is expected to report higher second-quarter profit and sales growth twice that of larger rival Google when it releases results late Wednesday.
Online vendor eBay unveils new ways for shoppers to search by combining AI and machine learning with photos and social media.
Scott Kessler, CFRA Research, provides his outlook on Facebook's quarterly results which are due out after the closing bell.
Kavin Bharti Mittal said founders need to be conscious of time and learn to build products for mass market.
The ride-sharing battle is moving to the fast-food market.
In most U.S. regions, $20 an hour would be a substantial hourly wage. But not in Silicon Valley, where Facebook cafeteria workers just voted to unionize.
Messenger believes it can provide utility for businesses and users - and potentially make money along the way.
Wedbush research forecasts Twitter to beat revenue expectations but have underwhelming user growth rates.
CNBC's Ylan Mui reports on President Trump's tweet storm slamming members of his own administration ahead of the Senate voting on the health-care bill.
Alphabet warned investors in its quarterly 10-Q filing that it can't even estimate the amount of another potential EU antitrust fine against Google.
People in Silicon Valley are "concerned about the kind of discourse we're hearing about technology and business," former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo said.
Adobe plans to kill Flash in 2020 but will provide support and patches until that time.
Facebook's advertising revenue has been 93 percent correlated with Alphabet's "core sites" revenue, according to Citi Research.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on President Trump's latest social media posts including a focus on Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
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