Blockchain Capital, a San Francisco-based venture firm that invests in crypto projects, filed to raise two separate $75 million funds. » Read More
By: Todd Haselton
Magic Leap confirmed on Tuesday that it has received an additional $502 million in funding. » Read More
By: John Shinal
Alphabet unit Sidewalk Labs says it will build model urban district in Toronto. » Read More
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The move to voice-powered assistants and Amazon's early success with Alexa has Google's internet dominance in jeopardy.
Microsoft is rolling out its big new Windows 10 update right now.
Google announced the Pixel Visual Core on Tuesday, its first smartphone chip that's making its debut in Google's new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones.
The new feature was apparently in the testing phase and drew criticism online for "shaming" users.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on Netflix's better-than-expected subscriber growth and plans to expand original content.
Jason Helfstein, Oppenheimer analyst, and Ed Lee, Recode, provide their outlook on Netflix as shares trade at new highs after beating Wall Street estimates.
Snap just made a major move to compete with Netflix and Amazon.
The story was international growth, says Will Power, Robert W. Baird & Company equity research analyst, breaking down Netflix's quarterly results which beat the Street on the top and bottom line.
Facebook has acquired tbh, a polling app targeted at teens, for an undisclosed sum
Netflix reported quarterly earnings on Monday.
There's reason to think Netflix can grow to 250 million subscribers worldwide. Eric Jackson lays out the math.
Recode Executive Editor Kara Swisher discusses the tech industry trying to turn the story around as it increasingly comes under pressure by users and the government.
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.
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