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Snapchat is shutting down its original content unit.
It’s official. Dell has agreed to acquire the cloud computing company. Here’s what it could mean for the firm known for its hardware.
Microsoft's Surface devices have been on the scene awhile, but the tech giant is making waves with its new laptop-tablet hybrid.
Sales of Apple computers took a dive in the third quarter, according to The Wall Street Journal.
EU’s highest court strikes down pact. Here’s how it might impact users.
Microsoft's big event on Tuesday is expected to showcase a full range of devices that run across Windows 10.
Apple could be coming out with a new wearable device even smaller than the Apple Watch: an Apple ring.
Apple's latest operating system, OS X El Capitan, came out Wednesday. Here's what tech experts had to say about the upgrade.
Huawei could be a major competitor against Apple and Samsung with its forthcoming Nexus phone.
Google's second-gen Chromecast is almost here with plenty of upgrades, according to a new report.
Facebook-owned messaging app WhatsApp now has 900 million monthly active users, its founder Jan Koum wrote on a Facebook post Thursday.
Samsung unveiled a flurry of new devices and upgrades at the IFA 2015 tech conference in Berlin this week.
Samsung is offering a 30-day trial of one of the latest Galaxy smartphones for the low, low price of $1.
Messaging app Snapchat has been ramping up its political presence during the past few months, and Super PACs are now getting in on the action.
Developers will be able to play with Microsoft's augmented reality headset within the next year, Satya Nadella tells the BBC.
What's the future of the web look like without ads? Apple gives developers the green light to create ad blocking apps.
Here are three things Google hopes will catch on with consumers.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs sits down with Eric Schiffer, CEO and chairman of Patriarch Equity, to discuss Lenovo's new projector phone which allows users to type on any surface.
Consumers and investors will get a peak in to Google's future from its two-day I/O conference which starts tomorrow. Here's some of what to expect.
Charter's deal with Time Warner will put it in a position to better compete with other media giants.