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Users will be able to share Stories to their linked social media accounts or through text or email.
Apple's long-awaited smart speaker, HomePod, is finally hitting shelves.
Verizon is dissecting the recent U.S. tax overhaul.
Johnson & Johnson topped Wall Street's revenue and earnings expectations.
Nasdaq 100 futures rose after video-streaming giant Netflix reported better-than-expected subscriber growth for the fourth quarter.
Prominent Chinese tech companies like Baidu and NetEase are using cash prizes to draw millions of users to take part in online quiz shows.
Facebook's virtual reality division has come up with a new unit of time — called Flicks — to measure the speed of digital audio and video.
For many years, IBM was the biggest piece of the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average. Those days are long gone.
Rupert Murdoch accused Facebook and Google of popularizing "scurrilous" news sources, says the social media giants to pay publishers for quality content
WeChat is now home to 580,000 apps which can instantly load on its platform, allowing users to bypass app stores, the South China Morning Post reports.
Atlantic Equities lowers its rating for Apple shares to neutral, predicting weaker sales for the company's March quarter.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai said that he doesn't regret firing James Damore, whose controversial diversity-related memo leaked last year.
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