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Snap said in a filing Tuesday that CFO Tim Stone, who had joined in May 2018, is resigning.
Sources told Bloomberg that CEO Tim Cook told employees about the slowdown a day after he sent a letter to investors warning of lackluster sales, particularly in China.
The U.S. Justice Department reportedly will pursue a criminal case against Chinese tech giant Huawei for alleged trade secrets theft.
Netflix may beat the White House to creating the first iteration of a military branch in outer space.
Ten millions of iPhone users will be ready to upgrade their devices next year, predicts Ron Johnson who lead Apple's retail division from 2000 to 2011.
The company's six-month lockup period following its IPO just expired, ushering in a wave of sales by early investors.
This year's Detroit auto show was tamer than usual, with only a few big-name debuts making headlines. With less competition, the cars that did launch in Detroit had a better chance of making a splash. Not all were winners.
Niantic, which spun out of Google's parent company Alphabet, now has a $4 billion valuation.
Cybersecurity company Recorded Future conducted a research study on the history of Iran's hacker culture, its ties to the country's government and mistakes the loosely tied-together group has made along the way.
Months after companies like Facebook and Apple deleted InfoWars apps and channels, Roku allowed an updated InfoWars app on its service.
Verizon said on Tuesday it will include free Apple Music subscriptions in some of its top-tier U.S. data plans, deepening its ties with the iPhone maker.
Under pressure from authorities around the world, Facebook last year introduced several initiatives to increase oversight of political ads.
Health care companies and tech companies are working together these days to combat the threat from Amazon.
With the SEC hobbled by the partial government shutdown, now in Day 26, companies that want to go public this year are facing possible roadblocks.
Google's video sharing platform updated its guidelines on Tuesday to clarify that it won't allow the publication of videos encouraging dangerous activities.