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Tech giants Facebook and Google are set to continue their dominance of the global digital advertising market this year, according to new figures.
Indonesian regulations set to take effect April 1 will make it harder for Uber, Grab and Go-Jek to compete.
Drake's latest project More Life was streamed 89.9 million times on Apple Music, breaking the single-day album streams record for every music service.
What it means to be a leader has been in the spotlight lately.
The Trump administration confirmed it is imposing new restrictions on electronic devices carried by travelers coming to the U.S. from 10 airports.
The 2016 holiday season may have been a historic turning point that will take down players in the retail industry, eBay CEO Devin Wenig said.
To put Uber's last month in perspective, we made up a timeline. But we couldn't fit everything onto one timeline, so we made two.
Agencies say ads appearing next to negative content like neo-Nazi and jihadist videos is not just Google's problem.
Rubin's Essential Products was planning to release a new high-end smartphone this spring, The Wall Street Journal reports.
The downgrade comes after a report showed that video ads were running alongside jihadist and neo-Nazi content on Google-owned platforms.
Apple's the next iPhone will lead to a "paradigm shift," said Gene Munster, managing partner at VC firm Loop Ventures.
Apple is working on 'digital spectacles,' Bloomberg reported.
Patrick and John Collison are the world's youngest self-made billionaires.
A billionaire entrepreneur with a side-line building space rockets has been showing off piloting a 13-foot-tall robot.
One analyst thinks Snap could change the television viewing experience on mobile devices.
Chinese bike-sharing company Mobike is betting the two-wheeled option takes off outside of its home market.
On Monday eBay said that it will guarantee three-day delivery on millions of items for U.S. customers this summer.
Monness, Crespi, Hardt initiated coverage on the parent company of Snapchat with "buy" rating and price target of $25.
British physicist Stephen Hawking fears he won't be welcome in the U.S. due to his criticism of how President Trump is treating scientists.
IBM has launched a service that will allow businesses to build applications on its cloud using code from the Hyperledger Project, the group led by the Linux Foundation.
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