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According to 9to5Google, the shipment will only include phones with a black finish.
First Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg supported the idea, now the iconic entrepreneur shares his thoughts.
Google Lunar XPRIZE, the space exploration competition sponsored by Google, is offering additional prize money to finalists who can complete two in-space missions as it extends program’s deadline to 2018.
Game of Thrones' episode six, due to be aired on Sunday, leaked and appeared on file sharing sites and a Reddit post, the Verge reports.
Tencent Holdings trumped forecasts to post its best-ever quarterly results, driven by higher income from smartphone games, and online advertising.
Amazon's fight against South Carolina over taxes on third-party sales could force a change in online tax policies.
The text messages are between then-Uber CEO Travis Kalanick and Anthony Levandowski, a former engineer from Alphabet's Waymo.
Google diversity training sessions restrict debate, promote secrecy, slides show, supporting claims of fired engineer James Damore
One video on demand service has turned to an unorthodox metric to pick shows it knows users want to watch.
A New York Times reporter was embedded for two months with a large group of white nationalists on Discord, a group chat app.
The addition of Fiat Chrylser gives the BMW/Intel team a boost in the race to develop self-driving cars.
Goldman Sachs added biotech company Biogen to its Americas Conviction List, citing a 'blockbuster' drug.
A web hosting company said the Justice Department is asking for too much information on users.
Jim Cramer spoke with CyberArk's Udi Mokady to hear about how companies are getting involved with cryptocurrencies because of cyberattacks.
Jim Cramer explains why the Yelp and GrubHub working together could give both companies a shot in the arm.
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