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In the first reported death in Japan linked to Pokemon Go, a man playing the game while driving killed a pedestrian, the NYT reports.
News publishers will be given the right to levy fees on internet platforms if they show snippets of the publishers' stories, the FT reports.
How an iPhone could be completely compromised with the tap of a finger.
If Apple decides to join Samsung in releasing a phone with a curved screen, it would entwine fate of two rival smartphone makers.
Tesla Motors has won U.S. antitrust approval to buy solar panel installer SolarCity, the Federal Trade Commission said on Thursday.
Apple is working on an app that combines elements of Snapchat, Instagram and Vine, Bloomberg reports.
WhatsApp said it would start sharing users' phone numbers with parent Facebook, marking a notable shift in its stance on privacy.
Social media firms are "consciously failing" to stop their sites from being used to promote terrorism, U.K. lawmakers said.
Platform is testing sound on its autoplay videos. Experts say it may turn off users since they aren't expecting to watch clips.
A growing field of celebrities are finding a second career in venture capital.
Seattle, home to Amazon and Microsoft, is closing in on San Francisco when it comes to salaries for software engineers, a new report finds.
Facebook has come up with its own determination of your political leanings, the New York Times reports.
Four of the world's biggest banks have teamed up to develop a new form of digital cash, the Financial Times reports.
Samsung said stronger-than-expected demand for its new Galaxy Note 7 meant it had to push back the release date in some markets.
The reorganization is designed to enhance revenue opportunities in digital videos, Vanity Fair reported Tuesday.
Tech companies are investing time and money into products that will keep consumers begging for more.
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