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If iPhone replacement cycles are slow now, they're going to get worse — and everyone should be fine with that, an analyst said.
Matchmaking app Tinder will soon be shutting off its service to under-18s, according to a company statement.
Apple's annual WWDC is usually less hyped than its higher-profile product launches, but this year's event, which starts Monday, might be an exception.
Craving a pizza but unnerved by the complicated ordering process? A soon-to-be launched app function could let you order without a single click.
Samsung SDI's stock rose yesterday on the news that Tesla might use batteries supplied by the company for its energy storage products.
Tradeshift, a start-up that helps businesses send and pay invoices using software, has raised $75 million, valuing it at $600 million.
Pao's book deal discusses gender discrimination and her 'toxic' experience in the tech industry, Recode reports.
Apple is preparing to include search in its App Store, taking on Google in the $100 billion mobile ad market.
Consumer electronics firm Withings has designed a set of scales that can check the health of your heart as well as your weight, the company claims.
Elon Musk has announced that his SpaceX program will re-use one of its Falcon 9 rockets for the first time.
Tesla Motors is working exclusively with Panasonic Corp to supply batteries for the Model 3, the automaker's CEO said.
Singapore may be driving an initiative to become a "smart city," but starting next year, it will cut off public servants' internet access.
Despite recent account hacks, tech investor and Shopkick co-founder Cyriac Roeding tells CNBC that security is the least of Twitter’s worries.
David Trujillo, partner at TPG, says a drought in the IPO market actually gives his investments a long-term advantage.
A “self-service” divorce app is being launched by two women which is claimed will cut thousands of dollars in legal fees.
Amazon will invest $3 billion in India this year as it looks to step up its challenge to local e-commerce players.
Sequoia handed off its position on Elevate's board after a sexual harassment lawsuit against partner Michael Goguen.
Twitter's head of consumer products was tapped for the role last fall but is going back to his former gig, Recode reports.
Verizon Communications planned to submit a second-round bid of $3 billion for Yahoo's core internet business, WSJ reported.
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