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Adobe said that recently passed U.S. tax reform should result in lower tax rates.
Coinbase issues a statement that warns its own shareholders.
PC enthusiasts are suffering as digital currency miners drive up graphics card prices and cause big shortages again.
More than 10 percent of $3.7 billion raised in coin sales known as initial coin offerings has been lost or stolen, accounting giant Ernst & Young says.
The semis group could reboot after a mixed start to 2018 and see another year of growth, according to one stock analyst.
GBH Insights predicts five cities have a better chance to get Amazon's second headquarters project.
Rupert Murdoch accused Facebook and Google of popularizing "scurrilous" news sources, says the social media giants to pay publishers for quality content
The historic Hearst cattle ranch has become a hybrid solar farm for Apple.
Google and Facebook on Monday unveiled significant investments in France in a vote of confidence for the country’ s thriving tech scene, the FT reports.
Coinbase hires Tina Bhatnagar, former VP of operations and user services at Twitter.
The company is still showing strong subscriber growth despite raising prices.
In a podcast with venture firm GGV, Yang gave a wide-ranging interview about the Chinese tech scene.
Forty-two people have the same amount of wealth as the bottom 3.7 billion people, Oxfam says.
A Facebook product manager expressed the company's regrets about the 2016 U.S. elections and said it was making up for lost time.
Atlantic Equities lowers its rating for Apple shares to neutral, predicting weaker sales for the company's March quarter.
Kelly said the payments processor is thinking ahead to an eventual move beyond physical payment methods and traditional points of sale.
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