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One man says the Apple Watch and an app named HeartWatch saved his life.
The new Apple Park campus is almost finished, a new video from Matthew Roberts shows.
Kantar TNS's survey of 72,000 people worldwide shows levels of trust in brands online varies with developing nations more trusting of branded content
The tech companies and their visionary founders have raised "transparency" as the cure-all for oppression and corruption, says Jim Rutenberg of the NYT.
Carlos Dominguez, president, Sprinklr, says clicks alone are not enough and marketing firms want to see leads generated and response times.
Despite all the attacks from politicians and the press, people still love the tech industry.
NFL insiders have launched a new online platform to connect players with fans.
Greater government oversight could be in the cards for companies like Facebook, said Danielle Kayembe, founder and CEO of Greyfire Advisory.
Richard Branson, in his new autobiography, accuses Elon Musk of spoiling a deal with Alphabet CEO Larry Page for a space-based internet
More companies are pointing out discrepancies between Facebook's measurements and outside information like census data.
The NFL's operations manual says players must be on the sidelines during the anthem and should stand, N.Y. Times reports.
CNBC's Jon Fortt reports the highlights of his conversation with early investor and Spotify Head of Creator Services Troy Carter, music manager, about the future of music streaming.
Kara Swisher, Recode, discusses Twitter's response to the trending #WomenBoycottTwitter movement following the temporary suspension of actress Rose McGowan's account after she tweeted about sexual harrassment.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the boycott on Twitter in the wake of Rose McGowan's account being temporarily suspended after tweeting about sexual harassment.
Facebook announced on Friday that a new version of its iOS, Android and desktop apps lets you order food for delivery right from the app.
The easiest genre to do this in is the "dark genre thrillers, scary movies," says Jason Blum, Blumhouse Productions founder, talking about his successful strategy of producing low-cost content while reaping big returns. The decision-making process has to be very lean and quick, and we don't need movie stars, says Blum.
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