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The social media furor comes even as corporate parent P&G tries to temper down enthusiasm.
Facebook is buying Boston-based software company Confirm, which specializes in authenticating government-issued identification cards.
Apple's latest effort to block exploits of the Meltdown and Spectre security vulnerabilities is patching two older versions of its macOS operating system.
Mobile technology is reshaping society and the global economy in ways that would have been unimaginable a decade ago.
Apple rolled out iOS 11.2.5 on Tuesday with a new feature that lets you ask Siri to recite sports, music and business news.
Amazon has agreed to hand over seller data to Massachusetts to help collect unpaid sales taxes, after refusing to work with the state in September.
Cowen reiterates its market perform rating for Activision Blizzard, citing increasing evidence players are leaving the "Destiny" community.
J.P. Morgan analyst Narci Chang wrote in a research note that "high-end smartphones are clearly hitting a plateau this year."
The Xprize Foundation announced Tuesday its Google-sponsored race to win $20 million by landing on the moon will end with no victors.
CoinList CEO Andy Bromberg says investors should be careful of fraud when investing in initial coin offerings.
UBS gives its favorite stock picks for this year.
Google is launching an audiobook store to better compete with Amazon-owned Audible and make its Home smart speakers easier to use.
Benioff criticized social media and touched on tech's cultural climate in Davos, Switzerland, the site of the World Economic Forum.
Hint: Be very scared of the robots, says Musk.
Word that COO Anthony Noto is leaving Twitter to be CEO of SoFi sends shares of Twitter lower.
Who's going to replace John Skipper at ESPN? The signs are pointing to an internal candidate, says Eric Jackson.
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