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The engineer whose complaint about Google's handling of diversity got him fired had some extremely bad timing.
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Bitcoin's jump to record highs this week put the digital currency close to tripling the price of gold.
KGI's Ming Chi-Kuo says the iPhone 8 will launch at the same time as Apple's other iPhones in September, though supply will be limited.
Todd Gordon has renewed faith in an Apple rally, thanks to one chart.
Fanatics sells licensed sports apparel on its website.
Shkreli is listed as CEO, while Ralph Holzmann, previously a senior engineer at Twitter, is chief technology officer.
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Nextdoor jumped into the real estate advertising market this week, joining newcomer Facebook.
Barclays says AMD is losing market share to Nvidia in the gaming graphics card market.
“If men are from Mars, it looks like women are too,” the organizational psychologist says.
America's longest-serving late-night TV host returns in 2018.
Alphabet's Google has fired an employee who wrote an internal memo that ascribed gender inequality in the technology industry to biological differences.
A well-known blogger who leaks new cellphone images says this is an accurate rendering of the iPhone 8.
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