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Here’s a look at some top tech companies’ comparative diversity, according to their most recent reports.
Foursquare launched Swarm 5.0 on Tuesday, a total redesign of its check-in application. Here's a walkthrough of what has changed.
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.
Eric Weinstein, MD at Thiel Capital, made the comments after a Google engineer was fired for a controversial memo on gender.
The start-up Gladly has raised $36 million to make over customer service for a post-Twitter, post-SMS generation.
Investors including TLP Partners and Resolute Ventures are putting $2.5 million in seed funding into the robot.
Piper Jaffray predicts Netflix will increases its international subscriber base to 100 million in three years.
About 500 jobs out of Uber's workforce of 15,000 could be affected, a report in the Wall Street Journal said.
As of July, Amazon Prime is already being used in about 49 percent of homes, according to a survey by Cowen.
The biotech company's drug pamrevlumab successfully completed a mid-stage Food and Drug Administration test.
The newest trend in smartphones is right in front of you: the displays.
Jim McCaughan, CEO of Principal Global Investors, said holding Tesla bonds is "risky".
Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing has announced plans to expand its business in the Middle East and North Africa.
Victims of bank fraud should not expect automatic refunds and are sometimes at fault for not taking a “duty of care”, the CEO of RBS has reportedly said.
Investors are confident about a new upgrade to the bitcoin network.
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