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Tesla's head of digital product, Parag Vaish, resigned from the electric vehicle maker, and will be joining Google's in-house incubator, Area 120 as a founder in residence. » Read More
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Nielsen has pushed buyers away since hedge fund Elliott Management disclosed a stake in the company in August. That will change in January. » Read More
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MX3D, A Dutch robotics firm, 3D printed a stainless steel bridge that will serve foot traffic in Amsterdam's red light district.
India's central bank barred banks on Friday from having any links to virtual currency dealers, slashing the prices of bitcoin and other crypto-currencies on local exchanges.
While Amazon is the world's largest public cloud, there's no guarantee it will win a major Pentagon contract.
Facebook has suspended Canadian political consultancy AggregateIQ from its platform.
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Facebook's Building 8 team approached top hospitals about a data-sharing agreement, but the plan has been put on pause after the Cambridge Analytica data leak scandal.
Messages that Mark Zuckerberg sent to other Facebook users were deleted from those user's private inboxes.
The company is requiring additional authorization on who can buy "issue ads," including purchaser identity and location. Managers of pages with large followings will also need to be authenticated.
RemoveDEBRIS is testing technologies to remove space junk from Earth's atmosphere.
The head of macro investing at billionaire George Soros' fund is planning to trade cryptocurrencies, Bloomberg said Friday, citing sources familiar with the matter.
Piper Jaffray downplays the impact from the rise of "Fortnite" on Take-Two's games.
The tech executive takes a firm stand on immigration policy once again.
The venture capitalist pointed to empty storefronts and the country's worsening drug epidemic as evidence of communities breaking down — a trend he said Amazon only advances.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said it will freeze $27 million in trading sales from cryptocurrency firm Longfin.
Amazon and UPS are fighting over the post office's minimum cost allocation requirement that could have implications on its package shipping prices.
"I don't think companies are going to be able to sustain all of their business models charging customers not to use data," Ann Winblad says.
Teachers, first responders, restaurant workers, and, surprisingly, computer programmers have the hardest time affording a home near their jobs.
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk said that artificial intelligence “doesn’t have to be evil to destroy humanity.”
Giovanni Buttarelli, the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS), criticized the data collection practices of social media firms.
President Trump has repeatedly claimed that the post office is losing money on its deal with Amazon. Here's how that deal actually works.