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IBM has no plans to break out Watson financials for investors, said CEO Ginny Rometty at the Code Conference.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai is hopeful discussions with European regulators about allegations of antitrust will be resolved.
Microsoft Chief Executive Satya Nadella has become the latest U.S. technology boss in recent months to visit China. Here's three reasons why.
Microsoft declared its Windows 10 operating system was the best place for "mixed reality" computing at the Computex IT trade show in Taiwan.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos expects artificial intelligence to become a bigger part of consumers' lives over the next two decades.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is very bullish on his company's artificial intelligence push.
Ford President & CEO Mark Fields at the Code Conference
Ordinarily the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is in the business of stopping diseases rather than spreading them.
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More than 1 in 5 of the world's 1.9 billion smartphone users are blocking ads when browsing the web on their devices.
Amazon hit all-time highs Tuesday, what's next for the online retailer?
Amit Daryanani on Tuesday cast some doubt on a report that says Apple will take longer to roll out substantial iPhone updates.
Katy Perry's 89 million Twitter followers likely woke up to a shock following a series of profanity-filled Tweets after her account was hacked.
A judge ruled the fair value of the 2013 computer maker Dell buyout was $17.62 per share, entitling holdout stockholders to an added $3.87 per share.
Time Inc. on Tuesday confirmed reports that social networking subsidiary Myspace has been the victim of a hacking incident.
Facebook, Twitter, Google and Microsoft pledged to review requests for removing hateful content as part of a code of conduct agreed with the EU.
In HBO's "Silicon Valley" episode 6, the plot is ripped from the headlines about the Gawker/Hulk Hogan lawsuit, says VC Venky Ganesan.
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