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Amazon Web Services has introduced a data security tool based on a recent acquisition.
David Sacks, one of Silicon Valley's most prominent investors and a former PayPal COO, discusses the promise of cryptocurrency such as bitcoin and ethereum.
Andy Rubin's Essential is worth more than $1 billion and it hasn't even shipped a product yet.
Google will pay Apple about $3 billion in 2017 to remain the default search engine on iOS devices, according to Bernstein.
Kevin Weil left a Stanford Ph.D. program to launch a mega-successful decade in the tech industry. He learned a few things along the way.
Disney's planned over-the-top streaming service has a good chance of succeeding, says Eric Jackson.
Massive tech players like IBM and Capgemini could go on a mergers and acquisitions “shopping spree” for financial technology (fintech) start-ups next year, the chief of one such start-up has told CNBC.
Two county health departments in Arizona are warning residents that fleas have been found carrying the plague.
James Damore, the engineer fired by Google this week for writing a controversial memo, says the company is "like a cult."
Wal-Mart is "intensifying" its focus on its online advertising business, an area Amazon has also been growing lately, says KeyBanc's Ed Yruma.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai, who cancelled a meeting he'd cancelled his vacation to call, is not the only tech leader with a front seat to conflict.
Barclays found in a recent survey that only 11 percent of potential iPhone buyers are willing to spend more than $1,000 for an iPhone.
As shopping continues to shift to e-commerce, Nordstrom's survival tactic is to connect physical stores to digital.
Comments by Defense Secretary James Mattis suggest a potential untapped market for Amazon and Google.
Microsoft is trying to solve problems in India, including a low-cost method for patients to remember taking their anti-tuberculosis drugs.
U.S.-North Korea tensions came to the fore once again as Asian stocks remained pressured and demand for safe haven assets remained intact.
Blue Apron was targeted by Amazon. Snap was copied by Facebook. Both are struggling.
Defense Secretary James Mattis says the U.S. military is "ready" to counter North Korea's nuclear missile threat.
Nvidia executives spent some time talking up digital currencies on its earnings call on Thursday.
Nvidia shares rose and then fell in after-hours trading following the release of its second-quarter earnings statement.
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