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The three debates rank as the three most-viewed political livestreams of all time on YouTube.
Regulators finalized rules that force internet providers to obtain consent from subscribers before selling data about online behavior to marketers.
While their hardware may be very different, the way they're selling these new devices is eerily similar, the Verge reports.
An artificial intelligence (AI) system puts Republican nominee Donald Trump ahead of Democrat rival Hillary Clinton in the election race.
Randall L. Stephenson has a vision for the future if regulators approve AT&T's $85.4 billion bid for Time Warner, the New York Times reports.
The "Fast Money" traders debated a slew of quarterly results from major technology companies including Amazon, Alphabet and Twitter.
JPMorgan reiterated its underweight rating on Tesla shares as the company's September quarter results were boosted by one-off benefits, the bank said.
But, Chinese rising stars OPPO and Vivo are successfully jostling for market share.
Shares of Samsung Electronics finished higher Thursday despite a bad third quarter. Here's why investors are optimistic on the stock.
The increasing polarization of news through social media allows liberals and conservatives to live in different versions of reality, Vox reports.
We know a touchscreen strip is coming to the new MacBook Pro. Thanks to an Apple leak, we even know what it will look like, Recode reports.
Jim Cramer said on Thursday Twitter's third-quarter earnings report was not the "disaster" that some people might have anticipated.
Citi Research raises its rating on VMware to buy from neutral on its solid growth prospects.
CNBC PRO used hedge fund analytics tool Kensho to find out how to trade Qualcomm's chip takeover of NXP.
Top-ranked analyst Troy Jensen of Piper Jaffray on Thursday upgraded F5 Networks to overweight from neutral, after the stock popped 10% on earnings.
S&P could consider making rating changes of major financial institutions if the use blockchain technology becomes widespread.
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