Apple updated Apple Maps this week with detailed information on US and international airports.
Cowen is questioning the company's move to compete with internet giants.
Disney announced the $52.4 billion all-stock deal Thursday, adding that Iger will remain at the company through 2021 to oversee the merging of assets.
Hulu's most appealing factor is it gives customers lots of different content to watch for a low price.
The FCC on Thursday will likely approve a plan to remove "net neutrality" regulations, giving more power to internet service providers.
Cryptocurrencies other than bitcoin, such as litecoin and ether, have seen huge rallies in price this year.
The deal has a total value of approximately $66.1 billion, with Disney assuming $13.7 billion of Fox's net debt.
Apple's iMac Pro, its most powerful computer to date, is now available for purchase. It starts at $4,999.
A 1-bedroom condo in Miami is for sale and the buyer is only accepting bitcoin as payment.
Apple released iOS 11.2.1 on Wednesday that patches a bug which could have allowed people to enter your home.
In an interview with a Goldman Sachs executive, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said he wish Microsoft had started in the public cloud market earlier.
Blue Origin confirmed that on Tuesday an updated New Shepard booster launched, landed, and successfully deployed the unmanned Crew Capsule 2.0.
Richard Gelfond described the current situation as a "high level tug-of-war happening between Silicon Valley and Hollywood."
Twenty-First Century Fox CEO James Murdoch will help Disney with the transition, Iger says.
Deutsche Boerse executives are reportedly considering the introduction of futures contracts for bitcoin.
IBM's partners will research quantum computing applications across different sectors from automotive to finance.
Microsoft announces new artificial intelligence features for its Office apps.
Jim Cramer sat down with Just Capital's Dan Hesse to get an inside look at consumers' opinions about corporate America.
CME group is launching bitcoin futures Sunday -- with some extra regulatory safeguards.
Target is planning to acquire same-day delivery service platform Shipt, a rival to Instacart, for $550 million in cash.
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