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The Steve Jobs biographer tells CNBC, "I've seen this movie before, which is what happened at Apple."
Here's what Tyra Banks is teaching her students at Stanford University.
Voodoo Manufacturing has raised $5 million from General Catalyst to build a Brooklyn factory that requires almost no human workers.
VidCon draws tens of thousands of fans, eager to meet their favorite content creators, which means it's become ground zero for brands.
There are many reasons to buy shares of those chipmakers, but a play on cryptocurrencies is not one of them, Jim Cramer says.
The remarkable success of The Ocean Cleanup leads the way for more sustainable investment.
BlackBerry's first-quarter revenue of $244 million missed analysts' expectations.
Cisco, IBM and SAP are among the companies acceding to demands by Moscow for access to closely guarded product security secrets.
Qualcomm is hoping that the entry-level smartphone market in China will help drive growth.
In a patent application, Amazon described how "multi-level fulfillment centers for unmanned aerial vehicles" could help put drones where they're needed.
Ousted Uber CEO Travis Kalanick may have known a star engineer possessed trade secrets stolen from Google, according to court filings.
CEOs of drone companies lobbied Trump hard for looser rules and found President sympathetic
One event this week shows why markets for digital currencies like ethereum still have a long way to go before they're safe enough for large-scale trading.
Vitalik Buterin is just 23 years old and is credited as being the founder of ethereum, an alternative to the cryptocurrency bitcoin.
India's largest digital payments company Paytm is looking to expand its footprint to include lending services and credit cards for customers, in a move that threatens to shake up the country's traditional banking sector further.
China-based co-working firm UrWork has joined hands with Australian consultancy firm Collective Campus to launch its first overseas branch in Singapore.
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