In a surprise after several quarters of disappointing results, Twitter reports better-than-expected earnings and revenue.
The iPhone 8 may be slower than the Galaxy S8 if Apple doesn't use modems with support for Gigabit LTE networks. Here's why it might not.
United Technologies reported an 17.8 percent rise in first-quarter profit, helped by higher sales in all its four business units.
The video was reportedly available to view for 24 hours before being taken down.
Uber said it will be teaming up with the governments of Dallas-Fort Worth and Dubai to bring its flying taxis to those cities first, The Verge reports.
Goldman Sachs discovered the perfect time to buy Amazon shares is when CEO Jeff Bezos takes out his wallet.
A boost in capex spending and repatriation are both good for the tech sector, Charles Schwab's Liz Ann Sonders said.
Netflix might have just secured a foothold in China but that could be a immaterial, for now.
Optimism is driven by the face that the SEC is reviewing its decision to reject a bitcoin ETF proposed by Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss.
Alphabet's video platform has seen triple digit growth across the region in all metrics, including viewer watch time and partner uploads in the last year.
Get ready for nonstop live video inside Twitter.
A South Korean court on Wednesday ruled that the ride-hailing group Uber Technologies Inc illegally used private vehicles for commercial purposes.
While wireless carriers duke it out to offer consumers unlimited data plans, artists like Drake are the beneficiaries.
"We respect everyone's choice to act on their beliefs," a Google spokesperson wrote in a statement provided to BuzzFeed News.
Marissa Mayer's five-year tenure at Yahoo produced few results but made her a boatload of money.
Palantir Technologies has entered into a consent decree to resolve charges it discriminated against Asians in hiring for engineering jobs.
Jim Cramer looks back at the Nasdaq's crash in 2000 to explain how 2017's market is different.
Apple's hires include robotics and artificial intelligence experts it hope will boost its self-driving car push.
Tech shares have risen more than banks, utilities, health firms, energy companies or consumer brands.
Fitbit's shares (FIT) have plunged by nearly 70% during the past 52-weeks.
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