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Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Mark Warner will announce a bill aiming to rein in political ads on platforms like Facebook, Google and Twitter.
Silicon Valley investors are backing Spoke whose chatbot answers questions from employees, freeing up colleagues to do other things.
Concerns surrounding Apple's iPhones have plagued investors "since the beginning of time," Jim Cramer says.
Cities are offering Amazon.com at least as much as $7 billion in tax breaks ahead of a deadline as they compete to house its second headquarters.
Bitcoin wallets are vulnerable to being hacked and the price is highly volatile, Goldman Sachs noted.
Amazon has announced that its biggest wind farm to date is operational.
Elected officials are eager for the $5 billion-plus investment and up to 50,000 jobs that will come with "Amazon HQ2."
Verizon reports quarterly earnings that met analysts' expectations and revenue that topped estimates.
Musk said the second boring machine will be "Line-Storm.
Adobe gave strong earnings-per-share guidance for fiscal 2018 of $5.50 versus the $5.21 consensus at its analyst day.
Boeing has been investing in the development of autonomous, electric-powered and long-flight-duration aircraft for its commercial and military businesses.
Infostellar, a platform that enables antenna-sharing for satellites and spacecraft, is attracting venture capital investors.
As Facebook looks to catch rivals in hardware, Regina Dugan's exit from its research unit puts Andrew Bosworth in clear command.
Players have 19 seconds to tap the bottom of the screen as many times as possible to make a pair of animated hands clap frenziedly, the NYT reports.
The new bill is the first indication that regulation on internet advertising giants could actually come to fruition.
Pharmaceutical company Sanofi has engineered a three-pronged antibody that attacks the AIDS virus and is a roadblock for HIV infection.
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