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Bitcoin surged 5 percent to a record high above $6,000 on high trading volume Friday.
Sea's holdings include online gaming service Garena, virtual payment app AirPay, and e-commerce marketplace Shopee.
Snap recently laid off 18 people in its recruiting division after cutting about a dozen jobs in hardware marketing.
To the IRS, every crypto currency transaction, no matter how small, triggers a separate tax gain or loss, says tax lawyer Bryan Skarlatos.
Facebook has had success limiting the number of ads appearing on mobile, while brands are looking at Instagram for entertainment ads.
Masayoshi Son said SoftBank would likely invest in 1,000 companies over the next decade, Recode reports.
Apple shares have fallen more than 5 percent from its recent high, but one technician says investors shouldn't worry just yet.
Research into fasting as a regular part of diet could help in the fight against food-related diseases, including heart disease and diabetes.
The U.S. is urging airlines to ban large, personal electronic devices from checked luggage because of the potential for a catastrophic fire.
Lyft has had talks with investment banks about an initial public offering next year, according to two people briefed on the discussions, the NYT reports.
The iPhone X is going to be super limited at launch, KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says in a note.
Microsoft's first attempt at a smart speaker, built by Harman Kardon, isn't as good as the Amazon Echo or Google Home.
Deep-pocketed financiers have enabled startups to spurn the regulatory hassles of an IPO even as they become larger than many public companies.
Nearly two dozen companies are planning to launch a coalition to demand that young, illegal immigrants are allowed a path to permanent residency.
CNBC looks at tech that has become an integral part of modern living.
Just over a third agreed with JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon who said "you'll pay the price" for investing in bitcoin.
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