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Russia's answer to the iPhone will go on sale in 2018 for a starting price of only $130, the country's state news agency TASS has reported.
Twitter shares surge after sources said the ailing social media moved closer to being sold.
Yahoo confirmed today that 500 million user accounts were hacked, according to Recode.
Uber is partnering with Microsoft to release a new security feature aimed at preventing fraud and protecting drivers' accounts.
After admitting it was the victim of what is likely the largest data breach ever recorded, Yahoo faces intense scrutiny.
Shares of Amazon closed at their highest ever, breaking $800 a share on Thursday.
A probe into a hacking tool leak used by the NSA is focusing on a theory that someone left them available on a computer and hackers found them.
Apple may have acquired a machine-learning start-up to feed its growing appetite for smarter data, according to TechCrunch.
British cybersecurity firm Darktrace reckons cybercriminals can be stopped with machine learning and a bit of maths.
Grab users will be able to book driverless cars from Friday as it partners with nuTonomy, a start-up testing the technology in Singapore.
RBC's Mark Mahaney, one of the most followed tech analysts on Wall Street, downgraded shares of Twitter.
High-profile tech investor Daniel Niles explains why he thinks Apple will help drive the market higher.
Oculus founder Palmer Luckey has funded a partisan group devoted to circulating Internet memes besmirching Clinton, the Daily Beast reported.
Facebook hugely overestimated the average viewing time for video ads on the social media site for two years, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Tech-savvy activists at the nonprofit Fight for the Future are rolling out a new chatbot today to handle the voter registration process.
A hacker named “Peace” is bringing chaos to the Internet giant just as its sale to Verizon is pending.
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