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Rob Enderle of the Enderle Group says it needs to have a look-and-feel similar to YouTube, in terms of content acquisition and presentation.
Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs says Montana GOP congressional candidate Greg Gianforte “body slammed” him during a taped interview.
Facebook's upcoming video service will feature long and short-form content with ad breaks, sources said.
Calacanis says the move is less about selling books and more about building out the company's online retail ecosystem.
It’s part of a push by groups, including the U.S. Chamber, to relax the FCC’s robocalling rules. Recode Reports.
Chief executive Evan Spiegel "refused to accept" that there was a growth problem, The Information reported.
GIF platform Tenor pulled data on romance-related GIF searches on its platform, and found certain terms spiked each day of the week.
Wearables that measure calories are far from accurate.
Google's hope is that offline purchase data will confirm that the ads you see online do, in fact, influence what you buy in real life. ExtremeTech Reports.
Opendoor also has become a model for a new kind of tech upstart: Call it the fat start-up. The New York Times reports.
Williams said this is her first corporate board seat, and wants to move to new arenas that suit her recent business efforts in fashion. Recode reports.
T-Mobile says it will pay the remaining balance of a Verizon Wireless phone if a customer switches.
To deliver Google Fiber in Huntsville, Alabama, Alphabet is doing something unconventional: leasing part of the city's fiber network.
"I've heard of a lot of (Silicon Valley) firms looking for PhDs and MDs," one investor said.
Woodman said both business and product demand are solid and that the company will be profitable this year.
When the world's fourth-richest person is complimented by the third-richest, he feels the need to return the favor.
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