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The venture capitalist tells CNBC he invested in their new company to build the next generation chip.
Sorely needed — and promised — spending on U.S. infrastructure could mean foreign companies take a slice of the pie.
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Vevo is launching a new co-viewing feature to get listeners on its own platform.
If it worked for the comedian, it could work for you.
The airport jacket is wearable luggage for frequent flyers.
Don't expect mass layoffs in IT even as the world's biggest companies move more of their workload to the cloud, Oracle's Mark Hurd says.
The new capital raised by Tesla may not be enough to alleviate investors' concerns, UBS says.
Under GOP's policy, elimination of the wildly unpopular tax would benefit the wealthy, NY Times reports.
Tech stocks are surging this year, but one trader is making a big bet that the hot streak may be over.
Raybaby is a monitor that can not only live stream your baby but track for potential health threats including bronchitis.
Chamath Palihapitiya, founder and CEO of venture firm Social Capital, questions why Snap is focusing its strategy so narrowly.
Technology will continue to lead the market, according to one technical analyst, who recommends buying shares of Skyworks Solutions.
“To come in and blatantly eliminate these programs because you're trying to meet a budget number … it’s actually alarming,” one insider says.
Here's where workers in tech fields can keep more of their take-home pay, according to Zillow and LinkedIn data.
First Read is a morning briefing from Meet the Press and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter.
A tweet was posted to McDonald's social media feed that criticized President Trump.
"This budget shifts the burden off of the wealthy" and "puts it squarely on the backs of the middle class," Schumer said.
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Technology is transforming the housing industry and paving the way for lower and middle income families to afford decent homes.