Sara Salinas is a News Associate with CNBC covering technology. She joined the company in September 2017 and has previously held positions at The Boston Globe, The Indianapolis Star and the Baltimore Business Journal. Salinas is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Maryland native.
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The former CEO said information on quantum computing looks like hieroglyphics.
The NBA owner said leagues haven't advertised that television is a better viewing experience than streaming.
Deloitte believes hackers gained access through the firm's email server.
With Uber's closest American competitor, Lyft, not yet operating in London, mytaxi stands to capitalize on the ride sharing company's ban.
Jason Calacanis told CNBC that Facebook's response to Russian-funded ads has been "disgusting."
Facebook in particular is seeing pressure to weed out extremist content. The investor said the algorithms that exist now perpetuate the content.
The CEO touted Apple's ability to offer widespread access to the previously limited technology.
Facebook and Google are protected by a safe harbor law that allows advertisers to remain anonymous.
The EU commissioner said American internet companies often don't pay their "fair share" of European taxes.