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Two major catalysts make Apple a great bet right now, according to the widely followed Apple watcher.
President Donald Trump has been criticized for using a reportedly unsecured Android smartphone
Manufacturing a new product in the U.S. is more challenging than it may seem.
The Falcon 9 rocket has already sent cargo to the International Space Station for NASA, and then came back to Earth.
Here's a look at all of the new Facebook Messenger features that are launching.
Blockchain technologies could ease privacy concerns about the Internet of Things, according to Tech Mahindra's Amit Sharma.
A JPMorgan Asia tech analyst explains why Taiwanese manufacturer Hon Hai could benefit from the next iPhone super-cycle.
Cisco plans to start selling some networking software in a way that doesn't force clients to buy its hardware, according to The Information.
After a string of scandals this year, Uber has rushed to repair its corporate culture. On Tuesday, the company continued its mea culpa tour. NYT reports.
Snap fell 3.5 percent after Facebook announced it was beefing up its camera features, making its app more like Snapchat.
AI, robots and automation could replace humans in the food services industry "by the mid [2020s]," Yum Brands CEO Greg Creed told CNBC on Tuesday.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif earlier this month ordered that blasphemous content on social media be removed or blocked.
Snap's marketing savvy, creativity and understanding of its users will help it weather the Facebook onslaught, Rahul Sood tells CNBC.
Uber, like most tech companies, is predominantly male, white and Asian.
Toy companies are lining up to offer kids fun ways to learn coding and other valuable tech skills.
Customers can buy meats, fresh produce, bread and dairy from their phones, and have the groceries delivered to the trunk of their car.
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