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How long does it really take Apple to kill legacy tech? The Verge threw together a chart to map it out.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren said giant tech companies use their size to "snuff out competition," Recode reported.
Google Capital took a majority stake in Care.com, boosting shares of the on-demand family care service.
Amazon is offering Prime members a $50 discount on two unlocked phone models, with a catch. Recode reports.
Amazon's new dome-shaped headquarters is bringing renewable energy to the work space.
Apple has been granted a patent for technology that could disable video recording at concerts.
BMW AG is the latest automobile company to hop onto the driverless bandwagon, Bloomberg reported.
SAP's new chief information officer believes going for cool technology holds the key to attracting the next generation's brightest minds and leaders.
Sony has revised up its earnings forecast for it gaming and virtual reality (VR) divisions in its latest corporate strategy meeting.
Uber is connected to drivers through a device that can not only track things like speed, but can notify you when you're doing something wrong.
Sources close to the company tell Recode, Airbnb is currently raising an undisclosed amount of cash at a $30 billion valuation.
ALPHA is a "genetic fuzzy tree" system. It behaves a lot more like a human, and it can even "breed" with other software.
It's been a brutal two months for LendingClub, but new CEO Scott Sanborn says debt investors are returning to the platform.
What3words, a start-up that is looking to overhaul the world's addressing system, has raised $8.5 million.
IBM Watson Health has unveiled a new partnership with the Department of Veterans Affairs to improve access to cancer care for U.S. veterans.
An investor group called on Tesla to add two independent directors to its board and separate the roles of chairman and chief executive.
Donald Trump's media strategy is getting more sophisticated as the candidate starts collecting data on visitors to his website.
Expect a rise in hacktivism and regulatory complexity, and a reduction in tech talent and information-sharing, said experts.
As investors digest the implications of the U.K.'s vote to leave the EU, the technology sector is examining every possible angle.
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