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Nintendo announced on Tuesday morning that it has sold more than 10 million Nintendo Switch units to customers.
The iMac Pro is Apple's most powerful desktop computer to date.
Rising interest in cryptocurrencies and diversification away from bitcoin are some of the reasons behind litecoin's rise
Mark Zuckerberg had a bountiful year at work and at home despite a barrage of criticism of the company he leads.
The venture capitalist says he's "massively long" Tesla convertible bonds as means to bet on Musk.
Trading volume in the most popular contract, which expires in January, was a fraction of what it was a day ago.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has died after a heart attack.
The SEC warning comes hours after the regulator stopped an "initial coin offering" (ICO) from restaurant review app Munchee.
Amazon has sharply cut the number of open positions in Seattle and is rumored to be on a hiring freeze as it seeks the location of its second headquarters.
But the Social Capital CEO says Amazon is a "natural product monopoly," which takes its cues from how consumers use the platform.
In acquiring Shazam, Apple gets a treasure trove of music data and a software brand that's mastered the art of recurring revenue.
Bitcoin is in the “mania” phase, with some people even borrowing money to get in on the action, regulator Joseph Borg said.
The coffee chain says the internet connection has now been made safe.
Bitwise Asset Management closes a $4 million funding round just as it launches the world's first crypto-index fund.
President Trump hailed Broadcom's decision to bring its headquarters to the U.S., but if its takeover bid for Qualcomm goes through it may cost jobs.
UBS economist Paul Donovan said there could be a "negative wealth effect" as a result of the bitcoin hype.
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