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Photo and video-sharing app Instagram is following in the footsteps of its parent Facebook, by testing out an algorithm-based feed.
Sony’s announcement about the PlayStation VR, a virtual reality gaming system, has set the scene for tough competition among tech giants.
Sony's version of virtual reality will cost a few hundred dollars less than competitors when its headset is released in October.
Facebook's WhatsApp messaging service could begin encrypting voice calls amid the debate on whether Apple should help unlock an iPhone for the FBI.
Lyft will subsidize car rentals fees in some cities for drivers who do over 65 rides a week.
Venture investors are paying up to 40 percent less for software start-ups than they were a year ago, according to this VC.
First, Amazon patented one-click purchasing buying. Now it wants a patent for pay-by-selfie.
Shares of Amazon.com have fallen sharply, but investors should still buy the stock, RBC Capital Markets' Mark Mahaney says.
John Zimmer, Lyft co-founder, discusses his business strategy and the race between Uber and Lyft to gain the biggest following.
A team led by a 15-year-old British teenager has scooped up $250,000 after winning a major drone-racing tournament this weekend.
Silicon Valley's tough fundraising environment dominated the discussion at SXSW Interactive, with some techies skipping it this year.
Apple counsel Ted Boutrous says Justice Department lawyers 'got a little carried away' with rhetoric in encryption legal battle.
A champion Go player scored his first win over a Go-playing computer program on Sunday after losing three straight times.
The event some refer to affectionately as "Spring Break for nerds" is attracting a new brand of geek — the political kind.
The Sequoia partner who was fired after a sexual abuse suit was filed will forfeit his board seats to other members of the firm.
Shareholders engage heated debate of whether Yahoo CEO should stay or leave, as activist investors press for change.
President Barack Obama cautioned Friday against "absolutist" views on data security amid a dispute between Apple and the DOJ.
The FBI seems to be seeking a way to change the way Apple builds the iPhone's operating system, James Woolsey says.
Amazon and Capital One let customers manage their finances with virtual assistant Alexa.
The Justice Department filed a response to Apple, saying the tech giant "deliberately" put up barriers that now hurt an FBI probe.
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