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Facebook says 10 million people saw the political ads paid for by Russian groups trying to influence the 2016 U.S. election
A paper from Chinese researchers indicates that the intelligence quotient of Google's artificial intelligence system is almost double that of Apple's Siri.
A Facebook page designed to let users verify the safety of friends and family in a crisis was also filled with graphic videos of the carnage in Las Vegas.
As law enforcement works to understand what motivated gunman Stephen Paddock, his technology habits have come into focus.
An image that purportedly shows Google's new Pixel 2 XL was leaked on Monday.
One Wall Street research survey shows fewer customers want Apple's newest iPhones than the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus when it was released.
A new generation of wearable performance-monitoring devices from start-ups can track fitness by sport.
Greater regulation remains the only threat to a company like Amazon posting a trillion-dollar market cap, Scott Galloway said.
Roku's first day of trading Thursday saw shares rise nearly 70 percent.
Facebook shares outperformed those of the other largest U.S. internet firms in the third quarter, as investors shrugged off a slew of negative headlines.
Google's device will have a similar screen size to Amazon's, and offer video calling, TechCrunch reported Thursday, citing unnamed sources.
Twitter accounts affiliated with Russia Today promoted more than 1,800 tweets targeting the election.
With a price-to-sales ratio over 5, Roku is being valued more like an internet content and services company than a device maker.
Leslie Picker gives an inside look at London's Man Group, which manages $43 billion through quantitative trading.
Shares of BlackBerry are up more than 14 percent.
GoPro shares are up 30 percent so far this year after massive declines in the second half of 2015.
Deutsche Bank reiterates its hold rating on Apple shares, predicting iPhone sales will come in below Wall Street estimates in fiscal 2019.
The range of work done by IBM in India shows that offshoring threatens even the best-paying American tech jobs, the NYT reports.
Snapchat announced on Wednesday that companies can now add custom 3-D objects into snaps.
Toshiba is working quickly to sell the chip business to cover losses from the bankrupt U.S. nuclear division.