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Apple will try to accomplish something Google could not, one analyst said.
Stronger encryption in Apple's iPhones and websites like Facebook has made it harder for the U.S. government to spy on communications, writer says.
The Russia-Ukraine crisis has "not distracted" Nato from fighting cyberwarfare, a top official said, following a number of high-profile attacks.
Uber now has 14,088 cars in its New York City fleet, compared to 13,587 yellow cabs, the NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission said.
Companies use March Madness as a time to play their own sales tournaments. One start-up is providing software to get more employees on board.
Microsoft has confirmed its Internet Explorer software brand is going away and will be replaced with a new browser - codenamed '"Project Spartan."
Sony has unveiled its PlayStation Vue streaming video service, announcing pricing, and launching in three cities.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan and Piper Jaffray Senior Research Analyst Gene Munster discuss Apple's next possible moves following expectations of an online television service from tech giant.
The Apple Watch hasn't even been released yet—but one company is betting it's going to be a big hit with business users.
"Fast Money" traders looked at how to play Oracle and Adobe, which moved in opposite directions after their quarterly results.
Apple is reportedly in talks with programmers to offer an online TV service—a service that could help sell more devices.
Oracle reported a mixed quarter, but boasted that its growth in the cloud sector may be surprising to some.
CNBC's Dominic Chu and S&P Capital IQ analyst Angelo Zino discuss the expected new web browser being developed at Microsoft.
Apple's plans for its Web television service are really shaking things up for consumers and the cable companies.
Osama Bedier, Poynt CEO and Google Wallet creator, says the mobile pay advantage goes to operating system companies such as Google and Apple.
The rise of cord-cutting will bring huge changes in TV viewing. Apple already controls our phones. Will it also take control of our TVs?
Photo-sharing application company Pinterest has raised $367 million in its latest round of funding, according to a filing with the SEC.
DeNA has launched a “business and capital alliance” with gaming giant Nintendo; meaning that Luigi and Mario could be on your phone quite soon.
It's as if Sand Hill Road moved to Austin for a long weekend. Some of the biggest names in VC have flocked to Austin to SXSW to party.
Premera Blue Cross announced on Tuesday that it was targeted in a cyberattack that affected some 11 million people.
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