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Jim Cramer tracks the market's shift away from top technology stocks and into names like General Motors, Verizon and TJX Companies.
197 Fortune Global 500 companies tap Huawei for success in new ICT era
The billionaire co-founder of Microsoft says a reality where artificial intelligence will have control over humans is not “imminent.”
The former CEO said information on quantum computing looks like hieroglyphics.
The chairman of the SEC only learned in August that hackers had last year breached the regulator's database of corporate announcements.
Intel announced its new Core desktop processors on Monday, proclaiming up to 25 percent frame-rate improvements for PC gaming.
IamtheCODE’s vision is to reach 1 million girls in Africa, the Middle East and South America by 2030, contributing to the UN Goal on Quality Education.
Analysts estimate that Google already pays billions to be the default search engine for iPhones and iPads.
The nightmare scenario of North Korea selling its nuclear technology to the highest bidder is a distinct possibility, Daniel Salisbury writes in The Conversation.
The dip follows a report that the company had told suppliers to scale back shipments of parts for its upcoming iPhone X.
Kirkman's company signed a first-look deal with Amazon for future projects, forgoing his relationship with AMC on shows such as "The Walking Dead."
Apple's macOS High Sierra will also make it faster to find your files and emails.
The price of bitcoin rises sharply while the stock market drops.
The video series points out the flaws in today's most popular movies and TV shows.
"I think as this industry has matured, so has what's expected of a CEO," Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates told The Wall Street Journal.
The NBA owner said leagues haven't advertised that television is a better viewing experience than streaming.
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