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Some social media users complained that the iPhone X screen would become unresponsive or inaccurate in the cold.
Louis C.K. says he is "remorseful" about his sexual misconduct and regrets hurting others.
Mark Zuckerberg said the extent of the U.S. opioid crisis was the thing that surprised him most during his travels to 30 states this year.
Faith in search engines is higher than it should be, the Verge reports.
As the fallout from allegations of sexual misconduct against CK continues, The Orchard has dropped the film. The Verge reports.
Shares of Overstock.com could soar more than 60 percent, according to the primary Wall Street analyst covering the e-commerce company.
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Amazon could face $28,000 in potential fines, Recode reports.
As General Electric limps into its investor day presentation Monday, it has gone from a paradigm of success to a morass of excess.
The FDA is expected to require restaurants and other food outlets with 20 or more locations to post calorie counts beginning May 2018, Vox reports.
Consumer confidence was expected to hit 100.7 in November.
Airbnb has been a major disruptor in travel and hospitality, but the CEO of Hyatt Hotels said it has only made his business stronger.
The incident in which hackers gained access to the personal data of more than 143 million Americans represented a "one-time charge" of $87.5 million.
Bitcoin price sinks as traders bet on its offshoot, bitcoin cash.
The major U.S. stock indexes snapped multi-week winning streaks while some of the largest tech stocks pulled back.
The holiday season offers companies a sliver of time to test new features and experiment where there is heavier foot traffic.
Tesla is inviting institutional investors to take a joy ride in the Model 3 this weekend in Brooklyn.
It marks Snap’s first fixed European Spectacles retailer, Verge reports.
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