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Economists are now asking a radical question: what happens to the economy if artificial intelligence starts generating original thought?
Snap recently cut 18 jobs from its recruiting division after laying off about a dozen staffers last month in hardware marketing.
Angela Ahrendts, Apple's SVP of retail, explains why the company wants you to think of its stores as "town squares."
The iPhone X is going to be super limited at launch, KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says in a note.
Facebook is working with The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, The Economist and other publishers to test ways to have its users subscribe
Facebook chief security officer Alex Stamos, in a leaked audiotape, says the company's cyberdefense operations could be tighter
The mayor of Stonecrest, Georgia, offered to carve out some of his jurisdiction to share with Jeff Bezos.
Facebook is sending its top lawyer, a former Washington attorney, to testify in Russian ads probe, after top lawmaker asked for technical expert.
Three senators begin a bipartisan push to rein in the political ads that appear on social media platforms.
The problem: Apple’s 30 percent tax.
Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Mark Warner will announce a bill aiming to rein in political ads on platforms like Facebook, Google and Twitter.
Henry Blodget, Business Insider, discusses the bills in the Senate aimed at regulating social media advertising.
As Facebook looks to catch rivals in hardware, Regina Dugan's exit from its research unit puts Andrew Bosworth in clear command.
President Trump again slammed the NFL on Twitter, criticizing the league's "total disrespect" for the nation, USA Today reports.
The new bill is the first indication that regulation on internet advertising giants could actually come to fruition.
Whitney Wolfe Herd, Bumble founder and CEO, talks about the company's recently launched website that allows users to professionally network and find mentors.
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