Netflix lost paid U.S. subscribers for the first time in eight years and fell below analyst estimates for international subscriber growth.
IBM announced Tuesday that it signed a multiyear agreement with AT&T enabling the carrier to host its business applications on the IBM Cloud.
Instagram will start placing ads in the Explore tab in the app. The move opens up more ad inventory space for Instagram.
Facebook will also create a new subsidiary, Calibra, to build a digital wallet for people to store and exchange the currency using apps.
Salesforce.com said on Monday it would buy data analytics platform Tableau Software in an all-stock deal valued at $15.7 billion.
The acquisition of Looker is the first major acquisition under former Oracle executive Thomas Kurian.
LinkedIn's Drawbridge deal shows a continuing effort to expand Microsoft's relatively small advertising business.
After tripling in the first five months of 2019, Roku shares are overpriced even though the company's fundamentals are fine, Stephens says.
Apple's 2020 iPhones will offer bigger changes, including 5G, than this year's new iPhones, Barclays semiconductor analysts said.
The launch comes as Apple's laptops have been criticized for a keyboard that users say breaks easily and results in key presses that cause errors.
Verizon began selling the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G on Thursday, the first phone that supports its 5G network without an accessory.
Amazon is providing more detail on its investments in video and music programming that are offered as an incentive to its Prime members.
Snap started its first major ad campaigns for Snapchat this year.
Twitter reports growth in its monetizable daily active users in its report for the first quarter of 2019.
The Tesla CEO warned investors, "Sometimes I am not on time, but I get it done."
Netflix raised its prices on plans in the U.S. and announced intentions to do the same in other countries. But In India the streaming service is lowering its prices as it looks to add more subscribers in a country that has 460 million internet users.
Esports organization Gen.G announces it has raised $46 million in a funding round led by some big names in sports and entertainment.
Nintendo's mobile strategy is taking shape as Mario heads to phones, but the console king has moved slowly and Google and Apple are launching new online gaming models. The Nintendo Switch is still a hit, but the switch to mobile is still a challenge.
T-Mobile is piloting a home web service that will provide 4G LTE braodband to homes, a step toward using 5G to offer internet everywhere.
Lyft, Slack, Pinterest and Postmates have already filed. Uber and Airbnb are expected to join before the end of the year. But even with the big names and big valuation initial public offerings in 2019, there is evidence the traditional IPO is dying.
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Tesla estimated the 2018 compensation package was worth $2.6 billion when it received stockholder approval in March 2018. On Friday, a judge ruled against Tesla's request to dismiss the lawsuit by shareholder Richard Tornetta.
Apple's iPhone 11 ships with a slow charger in the box, but it supports fast charging. So buy this cable and charger to get a 50% charge in 30 minutes.
Apple's iOS 13.1 will be released on Sept. 24, six days earlier than previously announced.