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Google brought on board a legend in computer architecture from the University of California to help develop its tensor processing unit.
Soon-to-be married brides and grooms are asking for experience-worthy gifts to entertain them — or even fund future plans, experts say.
Tech companies may be obsessed with data collection, but that doesn't mean this fictional tale could become our reality any time soon.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has made China's "cyber sovereignty" a top priority in his sweeping campaign to bolster security.
It's super easy to use your phone to pay for goods at the store using Samsung Pay, Apple Pay and Android Pay, here's how to get set up.
Warren Buffett says he should have figured out Google had a great ad business because he was a customer.
Driverless trucks will one day hurt railroads, Warren Buffett said Saturday at the Berkshire Hathaway shareholder meeting.
Draper, an early backer of bitcoin and its blockchain technology, says he will participate in a so-called "initial coin offering" of Tezos.
Despite Buffett's 30 percent reduction of IBM stock, Kim Forrest said she does not think it is time to move away from the company.
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg spoke in San Francisco this week about how to deal with tragedy, two years after her husband's sudden death
Amazon is building the glass spheres as an unusual setting for employees to relax and think differently
Facebook plans to launch about two dozen shows in June, part of its new push into video programming.
The application, published yesterday but filed in late 2015, could apply to either a phone-based app or to augmented reality glasses.
The move is an effort to prevent ads from being placed next to offensive content.
Citi analysts think Apple could use its massive cash hoard to buy Netflix or one of six other major U.S. companies, to the benefit of shareholders.
The April dip followed a report that showed that ads for well-known companies were running next to neo-Nazi and jihadist content on YouTube.
The inability to pay looming, massive debt bills is dealing the final death blow to many retailers, but only after years of decline.
California senator Dianne Feinstein cited the amount while questioning FBI Director James Comey at a Senate Judiciary Committee oversight hearing.
Warren Buffett told CNBC he was "wrong" on IBM and "revalued it somewhat downward."
"Given what happened in the performance of the company, it seems on the egregious side," Sue Decker tells CNBC.
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