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The law of supply and demand ruled in Hong Kong, as Apple fans queued to be among the first in the world to get their hands on an iPhone 7.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter to tease the Autopilot 8.0 release.
Last year, Mode Media generated nearly $90 million dollars in revenue. Now the company is closing its doors.
Ripple, a start-up that uses blockchain technology to settle financial transactions between banks, has raised $55 million.
Credit Suisse reiterates its outperform rating on Apple and raises iPhone unit estimates.
London has been named as the most expensive city in the world for technology start-ups to open offices, trumping New York and San Francisco.
It was supposed to be a dramatic — but quick — recall. Today, the recall looks anything but smooth. NYT reports.
Initial quantities of the iPhone 7 Plus have sold out globally as Apple prepares to roll out its new gadget in stores, the company said.
Pleo, a start-up that offers companies payment cards and uses AI to automatically match receipts, has raised $3 million.
What is going to happen to Twitter? At a projected $18 billion price tag, the options can be tough to imagine. Recode reports.
Traders are loving Apple more, according to data showing an increase in bullish mentions of the stock on Twitter.
T-Mobile's stock ended more than 1 percent higher on Wednesday after the release of iPhone 7 data impressed Wall Street analysts.
Jay Z controls a business empire, but so far his success is not extending to the music streaming service Tidal, reported USA Today.
Verizon's iPhone 7 pre-order volume is "within normal range," according to a Verizon executive cited by Bloomberg.
The "Fast Money" traders weighed the tech titans after Apple shares gained 3 percent on Wednesday.
Amazon has launched its voice-controlled speaker Echo in the U.K. and Germany.
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