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Verizon will leave its earnings "plateau" behind in 2018 thanks to its new over-the-top deal, according to Nomura.
Nintendo announced on Tuesday morning that it has sold more than 10 million Nintendo Switch units to customers.
The iMac Pro is Apple's most powerful desktop computer to date.
Mark Zuckerberg had a bountiful year at work and at home despite a barrage of criticism of the company he leads.
Comcast said it had abandoned its bid for most of the assets of Rupert Murdoch's Twenty-First Century Fox.
Amazon Web Services partnered with Ningxia Western Cloud Data Technology Co to open its second cloud region in China.
Southeast Asia's internet economy is poised to hit $50 billion this year and $200 billion by 2025, according to a new report.
Cisco's Robbins has put years of work into developing local relationships in China, and his company is now seeing the rewards.
The photo-sharing app is hanging on to a demographic that's rapidly abandoning the Facebook platform.
Shazam is already integrated into Apple's Siri voice assistant, but the deal likely signals Apple's interest to expand its use of the technology.
Google's highest-end smart home speaker, the Google Home Max, is now available for purchase.
Apple appears to have managed to meet iPhone X demand, with most models now shipping in a few days.
Palihapitiya's remarks follow similar statements from others who helped build Facebook into the powerful corporation it is today, Verge reports.
The multiyear partnership announced on Monday will let fans on any mobile carrier watch NFL games on their smartphones.
Earlier this year, London regulators failed to renew Uber's operating license in the U.K. capital.
Drones are appearing in movies, on TVs and at weddings. The Drone Racing League hopes one will land in your living room.
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