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Starting Monday, Whole Foods stores were selling Amazon Echo and Dot devices at a discount.
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Sonos may be preparing to launch its own version of a smart speaker.
Eight people on Trump's National Infrastructure Advisory Council resigned, Verge reports.
Burger King has waded into the cryptocurrency market with the launch of its own virtual coin called “WhopperCoin” in Russia.
Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Jay Y. Lee has filed an appeal against the 5-year jail term he was given for bribery and other charges.
Morgan Stanley says Amazon's discounting at Whole Foods Market will boost Prime membership.
Mark Zuckerberg says those who want to deport young immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally by their parents are politically motivated.
Tech entrepreneurs view health care as an exciting opportunity, until they're trying to disrupt it.
The Lexus NX200t offers great value for the price, making it a top pick in the subcompact luxury SUV segment.
Reid Hoffman, the founder of LinkedIn and a former 'PayPal Mafia' member, is now a Silicon Valley investor.
Insight Venture Partners' Deven Parekh says e-commerce companies are pursuing different strategies to survive in a market dominated by Amazon.
New PitchBook data finds venture investors minting and doing fewer deals with so-called unicorn companies, those valued at $1 billion or more on-paper.
Jeff Immmelt: "I have decided not to pursue a leadership role at Uber."
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Firefighters in the U.S. are using drones for emergency scenarios like fires and search and rescue missions.
"On the Money" looks at the wealth of choices TV watchers have in the age of cord cutting.
Now that the 3.5mm headphone jack is aging, it's time to learn how to pair your smartphone with a pair of Bluetooth headphones.
An ex-Uber employee on Friday wrote that the company is becoming less rational, more humanistic — moves that could help it recover from scandals.
She has also worked at the Washington Post and Columbia Journalism Review as a top editor.
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