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Google announced its new $999 Pixelbook Chromebook on Wednesday but you shouldn't buy one.
Jim Cramer shares his take on callers' favorite stocks at lightning speed, including one at risk of being "Amazon-ed."
Russia is snooping on NATO by using soldiers' personal smartphones to gather troop strength and other information, according to a report.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai told The Verge that he takes responsibility for weeding out fake news.
At three billion accounts, the Yahoo hack is the biggest data breach ever reported, according to a database of such incidents.
Google unveiled the Pixel 2, Pixel XL 2, a new Google Home mini, the Google Home Max and more on Wednesday.
The Google phone has captured less than 1 percent of U.S. smartphone subscribers, Recode reports.
Dorsey and Twitter haven’t moved quick enough, Recode reports.
Fintech start-up Curve will now let users claim business expenses across multiple bank cards through its app.
Shares of Japan Display jumped as much as 24 percent Wednesday after reports that firm could mass-produce lower-cost OLED screens.
Yahoo said every single account was affected by an attack that took place in 2013.
When we landed in Puerto Rico, our team's immediate focus was the life-or-death crisis for families across this island of 3.4 million people.
JPMorgan's research team named its favorite stock picks that are expected to have good news in the coming months.
Microsoft's Mixed Reality headsets, which allow you to step into Windows 10, are now available to preorder.
Oath, the combination of AOL and Yahoo, is focused on rebuilding trust with consumers and its ad clients as it plans to expand globally.
Apple just fixed an issue that caused crackling on some iPhone 8 calls
The companies were met with a new round of criticism for not doing enough to prevent the spread of false and damaging information, the FT reports.
The European Union is preparing to fine Amazon for "several hundred million euros" in back taxes, the Financial Times said.
Last week, Twitter turned over RT ads to congressional investigators, Recode reports.
Facebook launches a special lite version of Facebook Messenger in the U.S. that can help you save data.