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China, India, the Philippines and Indonesia have the highest "HummingBad" Android malware infection rates, according to researchers at Check Point.
Elon Musk has hit out at Fortune again over reports Tesla was too slow to disclose a fatal crash involving the vehicle's autopilot function.
Samsung Electronics said its second-quarter operating profit likely rose 17.4 percent from a year earlier, its highest in more than two years.
The flight of executives from Tesla Motors reminds one shrewd investor of the shakeups that preceded Valeant's plummet.
Regulators are looking in to a Pennsylvania crash of a Tesla Motors vehicle.
The German Football Association teamed up with SAP to develop two new technologies that tapped into the potential of Big Data analytics.
Snapchat is launching a camera roll-like option to save and search through past snaps, the company announced Wednesday.
Darktrace, a U.K. cybersecurity firm that positions its software as the "human immune system" for networks, has raised $64 million.
The days of 16GB iPhones are nearly over. The Verge reports.
Google's self-driving car can recognize, understand and remember cyclists hand signals, Recode reports.
Non-profit organization the IWF has teamed up with start-up Elliptic to combat the use of bitcoin to buy child sex abuse images online.
The medical community is breathing new life into Google Glass.
Tesla Motors scored over $2 billion in a public offering without disclosing the news of a fatal crash, Fortune reported.
Citi analysts cut their estimates for Apple earnings, citing Brexit-related macroeconomic uncertainty as one of their reasons.
Netflix fell more than 2 percent as Needham downgraded the streaming company's shares to "hold" from "buy."
Blackberry said it will no longer manufacture its Blackberry Classic as a part of a company effort to innovate and update their lineup.
Pacific Crest just downgraded Apple chip suppliers due to poor iPhone 7 checks.
More than 10 million Android devices around the world have been infected with malware linked to China, according to a CNET report.
Yahoo suitors will offer a third round of bids tomorrow. How will activists react to subpar offers? Recode reports.
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