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This may be the most outrageous example of bad customer service you'll ever hear.
The online retail giant is planning on opening its first brick-and-mortar store in New York City.
Imgur, a leading GIF host, believes that the transition could open up new possibilities for creativity in the medium.
The new law, which received initial approval from the city, is expected to take effect in February and comes with a number of requirements for hosts using the site.
The mobile payments company's Order app now allows users to pre-order their coffee and alerts baristas as they approach.
News comes on the heels of other big companies, like Hewlett-Packard and eBay, also splitting up.
On his blog, tech writer Michael Andrew shares everything you want to know about the latest Apple tablet, the iPad Air 2.
The worlds largest Bitcoin wallet service just sealed a record venture capital deal. Backers include none other than billionaire Richard Branson.
Some good news anyone who's looking for work.
That's about $3 billion more than when the deal was announced for $19 billion back in February.
Like its peers, HP has long said that software and services, not hardware, are the key to future success. A split prepares the company to prove it.
The company that developed the scratch-resistant sapphire glass that was left out of Apple's new large-screen iPhones is in financial distress.
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HP's computer and printer businesses will now stand apart from its faster-growing corporate hardware and services operations.
A look at the consequences for businesses and shoppers.
The tech giant plans to invest a part of the proceeds from its Alibaba stake in the popular mobile messaging app.
The landmark deal gives Facebook a strong foothold in the fast-growing mobile messaging market.
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Names, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses were all compromised, making it one of the largest breaches in history.
After hundreds of accounts were suspended for the use of drag names like Sister Roma and Lil Miss Hot Mess, Facebook said it was rethinking certain policies.
Company CEO: 'We have been building our team on assumptions of faster growth than have materialized.'
Tony Hsieh, a cult-like figure and the CEO of Zappos, is reportedly stepping down as leader of his $350 million project to transform Downtown Las Vegas into a city built entirely for entrepreneurs.
Do you prefer plastic over paper? Too bad if you live in the Golden State as they will disappear from grocery stores over the next two years.
Uber for Business, which offers helpful features for small and mid-sized companies, is now available in each of the 200 cities where Uber currently operates.
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