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Amazon said it will "no longer operate a marketplace on Amazon.cn" and "will no longer be providing seller services on Amazon.cn effective July 18." » Read More
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Shares of Snap fall more than 3% after an analyst at Wedbush Securities downgraded the social media company amid valuation concerns.
Samsung's new Galaxy Fold appears to have severe reliability issues.
Apple's settlement with Qualcomm shows it had no choice but to partner with its legal rival.
A team in Redmond, Washington, is working to build a competitor to Alexa, Siri, and the Google Assistant.
The new appears to give the Kremlin greater control of communication flows in the country.
Voice-enabled tech will end the need for keyboards within five years, a venture capitalist with a track record for successful bets says.
The way people get their groceries delivered is changing.
The European parliament voted on Wednesday to fine firms like Facebook, Google and Twitter up to 4 percent of their turnover if they persistently fail to remove extremist content within one hour of being asked to do so by authorities.
Videoconferencing company Zoom priced its IPO at $36 a share, above of its already-increased range.
The end of Qualcomm's yearslong battle with Apple brings new hope for a host of technology stocks, market watchers say.
Amazon expects to close fulfillment centers and wind down support for domestic-selling merchants in China in the next 90 days, a source said.
Apple buys modem chips from companies like Qualcomm to enable the iPhone to connect to cellular networks.
"It's all about peer pressure. That's why [CEO] Reed Hastings is right when he says: 'the real metric is can we keep members happy,'" Jim Cramer says.
Apple was accused in a new securities fraud lawsuit of concealing a slump in demand for iPhones, particularly in China, leading to a $74 billion one-day slide in its market value once the truth became known.
Qualcomm skyrockets further after ending Tuesday up 23% following two major wins for the chipmaker.