Sept 26- Renault SA's carmaking alliance with Nissan Motor Co is partnering with Microsoft Corp to develop cloud-based services for cars, a step toward the group's plans to build self-driving automobiles by 2020.. The services, based on Microsoft's Azure cloud service, will include advanced navigation, predictive maintenance and over-the-air software...
Apple's version of Amazon's Echo device is said to have left the R&D stage and entered prototype testing inside Apple's labs, The Verge reports.
The five largest U.S. companies by market cap are all tech companies, and one stands out: Amazon.
Uber is partnering with Microsoft to release a new security feature aimed at preventing fraud and protecting drivers' accounts.
Shares of Imperva rally following a report of buyout interest from Cisco and IBM.
Yahoo confirmed today that 500 million user accounts were hacked, according to Recode.
British cybersecurity firm Darktrace reckons cybercriminals can be stopped with machine learning and a bit of maths.
NuTonomy CEO Karl Iagnemma talks to CNBC about the possibilities of its new self-driving car partnership with Southeast Asian ride-hailing app Grab.
Red Hat shares rose nearly 4 percent on Thursday after the company beat earnings expectations and raised its guidance.
Last quarter saw a significant decline in the number of companies making such large repurchases.
Jim Cramer explains what to watch ahead of the open including Red Hat.
Chris DeWolfe's SGN has emerged as one of the top mobile game makers, and the company now has a new name: Jam City.
Consumers say the update has caused numerous issues such as files disappearing and printers not functioning.
Computer users have faced major technical issues with Microsoft's new Windows 10 software, according to research by U.K. consumer charity Which.
In the race for digital ad revenue in China, Baidu is facing steep challenges to its competitors.
Adobe rises intraday Wednesday after it beat on earnings and reported a 20 percent rise in revenue for the 10th straight quarter.
DETROIT— Tesla Motors customers will get enhanced radar and other features in an over-the-air software update that starts Wednesday night. Teslas made after October 2014 have radar. Tesla CEO Elon Musk says the change should help avoid crashes like the one that killed a Tesla driver in Florida in May.
NEW YORK— U.S. stocks climbed Wednesday as investors were relieved that the Federal Reserve once again left interest rates unchanged. That sent dividend-paying stocks higher, while energy companies jumped with the price of oil. "If we had not received these mixed messages, I don't think anybody would have been surprised," said Sam Stovall, U.S. equity strategist...
Start-ups, such as Lemonade and Teambrella, are using peer-to-peer strategies to disrupt to the trillion-dollar insurance industry.
*Fed statement on monetary policy due 2:00 p.m. ET. Sept 21- Wall Street looked set to open higher as investors expected the Federal Reserve to stand pat on interest rates after a two-day meeting ending on Wednesday. The Fed is scheduled to release a statement at 2:00 p.m. ET, followed by Chair Janet Yellen's press conference.
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