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If you want to be angry about privacy loss, focus it on corporations like Apple and Google, not law enforcement, says this former FBI official.
Amazon.com is quietly inviting drivers for its new "on-demand" delivery service to handle its standard packages.
Yahoo will conduct its previously announced layoffs on Wednesdays, according to Re/code sources.
After leading the declines this year, tech stocks are finding their footing. One trader sees more profits in one of the Nasdaq's largest stocks: Microsoft.
Silicon Valley is bracing for a showdown with the US government on encryption.
Two tech CEOs have come out in support of Tim Cook's strong stance against the FBI requesting information from a San Bernardino shooter's iPhone.
A British company has unveiled what it is billing as the "world's first" smartphone with a built-in thermal imaging camera.
The Mobile World Congress kicks off next week in Barcelona, Spain, where companies will be showcasing new devices and apps.
"We oppose this order, which has implications far beyond" the San Bernardino terror attacks, Apple CEO Tim Cook says.
Thanks to facial recognition technology and biometric data sensors, brands are using your emotions to make ads.
Should Apple comply with the FBI in the San Bernardino case? There are ways to help without compromising other devices, says this tech expert.
One start-up is betting its sports drink has what it takes to be the next big thing.
Radio Flyer, the company behind the iconic red wagon, is producing another cherry-red ride for children: the Tesla Model S.
Scientists at Wake Forest University have a new method of printing out body parts using cells and a special gel, NBC reports.
Project Zero, billed as the first all-electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft, is designed to fly in low and no-oxygen environments.
Kanye West has asked Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg to invest $1 billion into his "ideas" after the rapper went on another Twitter tirade.
As technology stocks slide, real estate agents say the clamor for high-end homes in San Francisco has quieted.
Indonesia has long been the Twitter capital of the world, but rival apps and rancorous political debate are driving users away.
Nasdaq is using blockchain technology to allow international residents of Estonia vote in shareholder meetings even when they're abroad.
Kara Swisher, executive editor at Re/code, talks about how Silicon Valley is feeling about this negative week for the sector, Twitter's focus, and Visa's stake in Square.
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