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Self-driving car start-up Aurora announced on Thursday that it has raised $530 million, some of which is from Amazon.
With companies struggling to fill positions, the virtual job fair has become key to acquiring top talent across the globe, especially in the tech sector, an industry that currently ranks second in embracing remote work.
Struggling social media and technology company Snap rallied by over 20 percent on Wednesday after improved earnings, but there is one issue that the quarterly numbers can't address: a high level of turnover in its leadership ranks.
Apple announced Tuesday a partnership with American Airlines that will allow Apple Music subscribers to stream songs, playlists and music videos on any domestic flight equipped with Viasat satellite Wi-Fi for free.
With Facebook set to release quarterly results Wednesday afternoon, Wall Street wants to know how well Stories is doing.
IBM thinks the data being used to train facial recognition systems isn't diverse enough.
Social media platforms have made it easier than ever to complain directly to companies when you need to vent as a frustrated consumer, but which platform — Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn or Twitter — gets the best results?
A majority of corporate leaders say they are not confident they are handling collection and analysis of employee data in a responsible way, according to a new survey released by Accenture at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Facebook confirmed to TechCrunch it is testing a meme hub on the site in its latest attempts to win teen attention.
You can meditate, order food and even browse Amazon from your Apple TV. Here's how.
Niantic CEO John Hanke discusses the future of the company and the future of gaming with CNBC's "Squawk Alley".
Niantic, which spun out of Google's parent company Alphabet, now has a $4 billion valuation.
Unlike earlier investments in the news business, this one will not be tied to Facebook-related products, according to recipients.
At CES 2019, Amazon and Google showed how they'll be in every aspect of our lives.
While Amazon is once again putting Alexa front and center at this year's CES, behind the scenes, the company is busy meeting sellers to promote a new marketplace service.
Researchers have developed a smartphone app that can detect an opioid overdose. Called Second Chance, the app accurately detects overdose-related symptoms by monitoring breathing patterns, then sends an alert so Narcan can be administered in time.
Walmart's latest earnings report shows the largest bricks-and-mortar retailer in the world is making progress in building out its website, despite Amazon's looming presence.
Apple has made several moves in recent months to boost offerings outside the iPhone, such as artificial intelligence and health.
Hedge funds loaded up on tech stocks at their fourth-quarter bottom, just in time to cash in on the double-digit rebound.