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Google CEO Diane Greene says that although the company has targeted small acquisitions in the past, she "wouldn't have minded" buying the developer platform that Microsoft acquired for $7.5 billion.
Chase is rolling out its all-mobile bank, Finn, nationally, bringing together banking and spending-and-savings-related tools to smartphones, USA Today reports.
Wealthy Republicans are falling into line with President Trump when it comes to having a negative view of Amazon, while millionaire Democrats express more favorable views of the Jeff Bezos-led company.
Amazon Prime members will now be able to find additional savings at Whole Foods.
Demand for better, bigger screens made the flip phone go extinct in the iPhone and Samsung Galaxy era. But makers of smartphone glass are working on technology that is both foldable and durable.
It's not just about the features, Spiegel said, suggesting Snap has an ethical advantage over competitors like Facebook.
Google is investing $550M in JD.com. Under the deal, Google bought 27M newly issued shares of JD at $40.58 apiece. The deal will put Google’s stake in the Chinese company at just under 1%. In return, the Chinese online retailer will list products on Google’s shopping service. This is Google’s second major investment in the greater Asia region this year, following its participation in Indonesian ride-hailing service company Go-Jek’s $1.2B fundraising round in January.
The new iOS 12 feature for the iPhone and iPad will help emergency services locate a person more quickly when in need.
Despite the ubiquity of mobile payments, a top executive at Venmo says the world is still multiple generations away from abandoning cash altogether.
Four recently posted job openings for a "medical digital assist" project hint at how Google's trying to make doctors' lives easier.
Shares traded at 10 times their normal trading volume Thursday.
Macquarie Research initiates coverage on Roku with an outperform rating, citing the company's strong position in the growing streaming video market.
Alphabet-owned Waymo plans to launch its driverless taxi service in Arizona before the end of the year and has relied on feedback from early riders to shape the upcoming product.
The company is funding several exclusive news series with established media outlets.
Sophia the robot has become a cultural icon. And now, it's raising questions about just how much thought goes into the potential negative consequences of developing AI, including the effects of how it’s physically designed and marketed.
VMware CEO Patrick Gelsinger said the company plans to expand its relationships with various cloud providers beyond Amazon Web Services, including Microsoft Azure and the Google Cloud.
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The potential of finding a bargain online during Amazon Prime Day is also creating a marketing boost for Amazon's competitors, including eBay, Walmart, and Best Buy.
Elon Musk defended himself in the face of widening criticism over money he sent to a Republican political-action committee, with the billionaire touting his support for environmental and humanitarian causes.
The chance of the DOJ winning its appeal may be slim, unless the government can prove one very important point: that U.S. District Court Judge Richard Leon was wrong in his application of the law to AT&T's acquisition of Time Warner.