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One big reason Peter Thiel is moving to Los Angeles is that too much of his investments in Bay Area start-ups go to pay for rent.
Asian markets closed mixed on Thursday, as some regional stock indexes shrugged off early losses stemming from trade-related worries.
Australia has instructed its armed forces personnel not to use the popular messaging and payment app, only a few months after the US military banned Chinese-made drones, SCMP reported.
If you're looking for a quick escape from a busy work day to calm down, consider using an app named Digipill.
Twitter is working on a camera-first feature that aims to rival one of Snap key features — one that has been popular with advertisers.
Huawei officials have rejected U.S. security complaints as politically motivated or possibly an attempt by competitors to keep it out of the market.
Quashing Broadcom's deal for Qualcomm is not enough. Lawmakers must jump on plans to develop 5G now, says Joe Rinzel.
President Trump's decision to pre-emptively block Broadcom's bid for Qualcomm could lead to a global slowdown in large cross-border M&A.
The deal marks the first major partnership between a U.K. bank and cryptocurrency exchange.
Google will stop serving any ads related to cryptocurrencies.
To help combat misinformation on the site, YouTube will start adding Wikipedia links debunking conspiracy theory videos.
It was the implications of the president's heavy hand that sent stocks lower, analysts say.
Apple just announced that its annual developer conference kicks off on June 4.
AT&T is in the midst of a massive retraining program for its 250,000 employees to keep pace with rapid technology innovation.
T-Mobile looks "unstoppable," posed to sap even more market share from larger competitors; Guggenheim initiates coverage at buy.
Daniel Ives, head of technology at GBH Research, said the next 12 to 18 months is a "pivotal window" for tech giants to secure sports rights.
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