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Services now makes up 13% of Apple's overall business.
Amazon's fight against South Carolina over taxes on third-party sales could force a change in online tax policies.
2017 is on track to see the largest number of brand new venture funds raised in a decade.
Microsoft's Cycle Computing acquisition comes three years after the company bought another high-performance computing company, GreenButton.
The companies run by CEOs who left a Trump council this week all have badly-lagging share performance this year.
Samsung's venture arm is betting on Puls, which brings a Genius Bar-like repair service and tech demos to customers' homes.
The Apple Watch will not require tethering to an iPhone for key functions like calls, messaging, and streaming music.
Benchmark has repeatedly threatened to block any potential investment deal in Uber unless the board is capped at 8 people.
Fired Google engineer James Damore says company is giving preferential treatment to job candidates based on race and gender
Chris Lattner is most well-known for creating the Swift programming language.
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.
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