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Snap Map is available for iPhone users now.
Oracle's cloud growth helped the company beat analysts' estimates for earnings.
Alphabet's Google unit will enter into exclusive talks with San Jose to build offices and employee housing.
Virgin Mobile announced on Wednesday that it will now sell only iPhones, and that a year of data, voice and text is just $1.
The Florida Republican responds to the social media firestorm surrounding a photo that allegedly showed him awkwardly greeting the president's daughter.
Snapchat launched a new feature that lets you see your friends on a map. It's called Snap Map, here's how it works.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is out. Here's everything that went wrong and led to his downfall.
EBay will guarantee three-day delivery for tens of millions of items for the first time - a logistical feat that Amazon.com Inc has already mastered.
IDC says smartwatches and smart clothing will help propel the wearable market growth.
Don Duet co-led Goldman Sachs's technology unit and is now helping run a small cloud infrastructure start-up.
While Scott Forstall wasn't concerned with the negativity in early reviews of the first iPhone in 2007, he said the critics looked at the wrong things.
By holding their Gateway event in Detroit, Alibaba is helping international merchants reach Chinese consumers, says analyst Henry Guo from M Science.
Tech companies are forcing academic institutions to change their approach in order to attract top scientific talent.
Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods is in line with what Alibaba is doing in China, Alibaba's vice chair, Joseph Tsai, told CNBC.
Jeremy Liew, partner at Lightspeed Venture Partners, discusses his early investment in Snap and the social media company's competition with Instagram.
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