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Qualcomm and its advisors have been working to reassert control over the company's deal to acquire NXP Semiconductors, sources tell CNBC.
Veem is using the blockchain for almost two-thirds of its transactions.
Facebook is still requiring a lot of patience from some users even as it's rewarded big investors who've held onto its stock.
One of the questions on the test specifically asked about then-presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Facebook's failed copycat Poke actually helped people take Snapchat more seriously, former TechCrunch writer Billy Gallagher argues.
WeWork's Dock 72 building will blur the line between work and life for start-up and corporate workers.
Former Google and Apple executive Ellen Leanse challenges Stanford students to design technology products that make people happy.
The Owlet is a monitor that tracks your baby's heart rate and oxygen levels. CNBC's Jeniece Pettitt, a new mom, tries out the product.
Cyberattacks are the greatest challenge threatening global stability, the German defense minister told CNBC Saturday.
First Malibu mansions, next ultra luxurious yachts — the ways in which cryptocurrency enthusiasts can spend their virtual riches is growing.
Groupe BPCE has chosen Huawei as one of its technology partners as a part of its infrastructure development.
America's greatest vulnerability is its continued inability to acknowledge the extent of its adversaries' capabilities when it comes to cyber threats, says Ian Bremmer.
The United States is "vulnerable" to cybersecurity attacks and need to step up their defense mechanisms, the co-founder of the computer security firm CrowdStrike told CNBC Saturday.
As the construction industry faces a skilled labor shortage, tools like Construction Robotics SAM 100 could bridge the workforce gap.
Worldpay and Visa said they are reversing duplicate transactions that recently caused unauthorized withdrawals for some users of Coinbase.
A quick look at public information on the companies raises a host of other concerns.
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