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Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein tweeted Monday with the hashtag #SolarEclipse2017 that he wished "the moon wasn't the only thing casting a shadow across the country."
Young people leaving Facebook for Instagram and Snapchat.
The face scanner expected on the Apple iPhone 8 will allow the device to unlock in just a "few hundred milliseconds," Bloomberg says.
Databricks, a data analytics start-up, raised a $140 million in a funding round led by Andreessen Horowitz.
Google is reportedly working on a new laptop in addition to a smaller Google Home.
In June over 50% of businesses on Instagram produced an Instagram story; 20% received a direct message back from consumers. Here's why.
CNN on Monday began streaming "The Update," a daily show on Snapchat featuring news stories from reporters and bureaus around the world, to attract younger viewers.
Facebook will see a decline among teenagers in the U.S. this year, says market research firm eMarketer.
The world is fun, says Bob Guccione Jr., WONDERLUSTtravel.com founder, talking about the launch of his new travel website and what sets it apart from an already crowded field.
TD Ameritrade has launched an automated program that can communicate with its customers on Facebook's messaging application.
Banks are faced with more competitive disruption from tech behemoths than financial technology (fintech) start-ups, according to a report.
Google's decision to largely avoid China is preventing its cloud from competing there against Amazon, Microsoft and Alibaba.
A national map of road congestion showed how traffic jams marked the path of Monday's solar eclipse
Self-destructing messages on apps like Signal and WhatsApp are the latest tool for white collar criminals, Financial Times reports.
Jason Calacanis, one of Uber's first investors, says a merger with Tesla would create the ultimate transportation company.
As officials prepare for possible havoc caused by Monday's solar eclipse, viewing it via your Facebook account may be a safer option.
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