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Steven Spielberg felt his feelings toward streaming services were misrepresented, The New York Times reported based on sources close to him.
On Wednesday, Zipline International — the autonomous medical-delivery service that launched in Rwanda just three years ago — announced it has officially expanded its operations to Ghana. Its reach will now serve nearly 22 million people.
Pew estimated that 80% of all tweets from U.S. adult users come from just the top 10% of Twitter users, who are mostly women.
New AirPods could give a significant sales and average sales price boost to Apple's most successful new product in years.
iFixit tore open Samsung's foldable phone, and found that it had gaps that could allow debris inside.
Venmo has changed the way people reimburse each other. But have you ever wondered whether and how the app makes money?
AT&T posted a surprise gain in first quarter net wireless subscribers who pay a monthly bill.
Wing has already launched a commercial drone delivery service in Australia.
Focals are the best smart glasses to hit the market. They're from a company called North, which got backing from Amazon, Intel and others. CNBC's Adam Isaak tried them out.
Apple shares are trading above their average price target, but analysts are still the most bearish they've been on the stock in 15 years.
Trump on Wednesday tweeted that a former CIA analyst, Larry Johnson, had accused Britain of spying on the Trump campaign.
Goldman Sachs underscored its lukewarm thesis on Apple and said it believes the company will ship fewer iPhones than Wall Street expects.
The two nations have unveiled an alliance designed to press governments and tech firms to unite against online extremism.
Melinda Gates, in an interview with CNBC's Becky Quick, says people living in developing countries "want to live in these types of capitalistic societies."
The event served as a distraction from Tesla's recent operational, regulatory and financial troubles, which will be in full focus during the company's first-quarter earnings report on Wednesday.
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