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While Android continues to grow its share of the global smartphone market, it is actually losing share in the U.S. Recode Reports.
Snapchat may be promising, but issues around return on investment, measurement and ability to expand its user base may cloud its future.
Trading of shares of Workday's stock were halted earlier on the New York Stock Exchange, pending release of material news.
Musk told a German newspaper in 2015 that Tesla "always jokingly call Apple the 'Tesla graveyard.'"
Deutsche Banks lowers its 2017 AT&T earnings-per-share estimate to $2.94 from $2.97.
Verizon agreed to buy Yahoo's core internet business for $4.8 billion in July.
Microsoft recently opened its virtual assistant to outside developers, and CEO Satya Nadella says insurance companies are jumping on board.
IBM is using blockchain to help global businesses, including its own, track financial transactions.
Apple has requested to make finished products in its facility in Mesa, Arizona.
The update should help drive purchases of the 500 million products from 150,000 advertisers participating at any given time.
With geopolitical risks on the rise and bitcoin at a record high, boosters are championing the crypto-currency as a rival to safe-haven gold.
The blockchain industry is looking to gain a global voice with a new blockchain advocacy group, the Global Blockchain Business Council.
Facial recognition, computer vision and artificial intelligence are quickly becoming a part of everyday brick-and-mortar shopping.
Sellers of Samsung products on Amazon had their accounts suspended at the busiest time of year because of a mistake made by the e-tailer.
"The scale is there," Drexel Hamilton analyst Brian White told CNBC's "Fast Money: Halftime Report" on Tuesday.
Most technology CEOs that met with Donald Trump this week have been silent — and that says a lot, Swisher said.
Oracle reported quarterly earnings that narrowly beat analysts' expectations, and revenue that fell slightly short of estimates.
Will 2017 be the year blockchain becomes part of the mainstream business culture? Companies are throwing money at it, but headaches remain.
It comes ahead of a crucial Wednesday meeting between Donald Trump and tech leaders.
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