Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger have resigned and plan to leave the company in the coming weeks, the New York Times reported, citing people with direct knowledge of the matter.
People who are interested in what is coming next from Amazon, just need to roam Seattle Amazon uses the city as a living laboratory, trying out new retail and logistics models, The New York Times reports.
Snapchat users will now be able to point their camera at a product and quickly find it on Amazon.
Joseph Tucci, formerly of EMC, is part of a group rolling up six digital companies that aim to make dealing with government easier.
"I think it's so big that people should pay more for both stocks," Jim Cramer says.
Employers do monitor email at work, and it can impact pay.
Satellite radio company SiriusXM has agreed to buy music streaming company Pandora for a $3.5 billion in an all-stock deal announced Monday morning. The deal is expected to close in the first quarter of 2019.
Bumble, the dating app, is pressing ahead with its $400 million countersuit on its larger rival Match and is pursuing an initial public offering.
U.K. broadcaster Sky has recommended its shareholder accept an offer from Comcast for a $40 billion takeover.
Skills and liabilities are the main obstacles preventing companies from taking on AI deployment, says Harriet Green of IBM Asia Pacific.
Comcast has outbid Fox in a $39 billion takeover of British broadcaster Sky, after it emerged a clear winner with the highest bid in three rounds.
"CBS is a loaded laggard," the billionaire value investor says. "Viacom is an even doubly loaded laggard."
Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt predicts there will be two distinct internets in the next decade or two--one headed by the United States and the other by China.
Alphabet's Google told U.S. senators that the company continues to allow developers to scan and share data from Gmail accounts, according to a letter made public Thursday.
CNBC's Todd Haselton is live at Amazon's product event in Seattle. The company announced 15 Alexa-enabled products, as well as ways to integrate Alexa with third-party devices. Items included a microwave, clock and car gadget.
With its first-day gains, Eventbrite's IPO is one of the biggest opening-day pops in recent months.
Amazon is holding a special hardware event in Seattle. Earlier this week, CNBC reported that the company plans to unveil new Alexa-powered gear, including audio equipment, a gadget for cars and a microwave oven, this year.
GoPro has been outfitting its flagship adventure cameras with shareable, social-focused features like easy uploading and unique video formats in an effort to revive sales.
Facebook may face sanctions because it has yet to comply with EU consumer rules while Airbnb has made the necessary changes in response to regulatory demands, EU sources said on Wednesday.
Cyberattacks have quickly become one of the global economy’s biggest threats. So what can governments do to stop cyberwar? CNBC’s Elizabeth Schulze explains from Estonia, home to a game-changing cyberattack.