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Amid stagnant growth and declining profits, Apple is pouring money into research and development.
The big four streaming apps make up the majority over over-the-top (OTT) viewing right now, but that may change.
The streaming service will come loaded with HBO and Warner Bros content, exclusive originals and a backlog of sitcoms including 'Friends,' which will leave Netflix early next year.
Facebook's big blockchain play will reportedly create a crypto-based payments ecosystem across Facebook, Messenger, Instagram, WhatsApp and beyond.
The latest release of iOS is packed with new apps and features across the camera, maps, messages, memoji, Siri and a lot more.
Antitrust officials at the DOJ are poised to block the deal between the two wireless carriers, days after the FCC announced it planned to approve the merger.
Every user who passes on joins the rapidly swelling ranks of Facebook's army of the dead.
World Wide Web
Celebrate the internet's 30th anniversary with live-streamed World Wide Web Foundation events featuring Sir Tim Berners-Lee, contribute to a crowdsourced Twitter timeline, or travel back in time by firing up the original web browser.
The plan is light on details and loaded with China subtext.
Facing vocal opposition from local politicians and residents, Amazon is reportedly having second thoughts about its plans for an East Coast headquarters in Long Island City, Queens.
The new feature will let users create and support petitions, and tag politicians and local officials.
A California federal judge rules that police cannot compel users to unlock their devices with facial recognition, fingerprints, or other forms of biometrics.
There were a ton of sleek next-gen cars at CES, from snazzy luxury vehicles to eye-popping concept cars.
At CES, the automaker is showing off its Autonomous Work Vehicle prototype, a rugged self-driving car.
According to The Wall Street Journal, Amazon is in final negotiations and plans to split its second headquarters evenly between two East Coast cities.