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Even though Facebook often finds itself in hot water in Washington and the media, users don’t seem to care.
New leaked renderings of what the Google Pixel 4 probably looks like are published.
An Israeli cybersecurity company has reportedly developed spyware that can scrape data from the servers of Apple, Google, Facebook, Amazon and Microsoft products, according to The Financial Times.
Just over a year after buying online pharmacy PillPack for $753 million, Amazon is engaged in a bitter battle with an incumbent player in the pharmacy industry, which sources tell CNBC is working behind the scenes to prevent the company from accessing important patient data.
Netflix says it lost subscribers in the last quarter partly due to not having enough big shows on its streaming platform. Julia Boorstin explains.
We discuss more about the wildly popular FaceApp and its recent growing number of privacy concerns. Ian Sherr, an Executive Editor at CNET, joins us with his analysis on the app.
Microsoft reported better than expected earnings and revenue thanks to the continue growth of its cloud computing business. Jon Fortt has more for us.
FaceApp is going viral but Washington is calling on an investigation regarding the protection of privacy. Andrea Day explains why this app is under scrutiny.
Netflix blames its content slate, regional price increases and a “pull-forward effect” of its strong Q1 growth for its first quarterly loss of paid domestic subscribers since 2011.
Dow component IBM posted better than expected earnings thanks to growth in its cloud operations. Josh Lipton has more for us.
Netflix reports a decline in subscribers which surprised investors. The streaming company blamed it on increases prices and content offering. Julia Boorstin reports.
A lot of fast food chains are going high tech in its strategy to get more customers, which includes the kiosk craze. Kate Rogers reports.
Shares of Netflix were down 11% after the company released its earnings report for its second quarter of 2019 Wednesday. The results showed a rare loss in U.S. subscribers and a large miss on international subscriber adds.
Amazon has built a huge advertising business. Here’s a little more about how it all works.
What type of regulations will Washington hand down on big tech companies like Apple, Google, Amazon and Facebook? We speak with John Freeman, a Technology Analyst at CFRA Research, to get his insights.