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The company is continuing to take a more active stand against harassment on its platform, as well as letting people filter what they see.
A current female employee says men were promoted before more qualified women, and were catcalled by male employees while at work.
Over the past few years, the company has repositioned itself as a modern-day camera company, the New York Times reports.
Nintendo Switch, which hits stores Friday, will have you slack-jawed with wonder one minute and fuming with anger the next.
As people get more used to multi-touch devices without keyboards, smartphones and tablets are becoming our new computers.
Snap is eyeing a range of $17 to $18 per share for its upcoming IPO, sources told CNBC on Tuesday.
"If Europe is to remain a credible force in this global race, our industry should also move fast…to deploy and trial 5G capabilities."
Bernstein says it sees an "increasing number of credible competitive threats" to Intel's products.
Social media has become a new tool researchers have at their disposal, the NYT reports.
CNBC talked to Gen Z teens and young adults to figure out about their social media and app habits.
An engineer from Lagos, Nigeria, was asked answer programming questions by U.S. Customs before being allowed to enter the country.
Google is giving your an alternative way to watch TV without cable or satellite for $35 a month.
In a video obtained by Bloomberg, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is pictured arguing over fares with his driver.
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