Technology

The major stock indexes rebounded Thursday as a rally in some of Wall Street’s largest technology names carried the Nasdaq Composite to an all-time high at the start of the corporate earnings season.

Uber riders will be able to pay for a trip with the money sitting in their Venmo accounts.

Multiple Wall Street firms are questioning Broadcom’s strategy to acquire a low-growth software company.

Tesla ditches reservations, opens up Model 3 car sales to all customers in North America

On-demand food delivery startup Postmates is adding 100 markets nationwide, and expanding its partnership with Chipotle.

Josh Lipton looks at key events later this year that could impact the tech sector.

Kroger is partnering with autonomous car company Nuro.

This year more than 40 percent of all e-commerce purchases will be made on Amazon, according to eMarketer.

Sidewalk employees are encouraged to read the ‘very pretty’ book that includes thoughts from urban planners and suitable sites for testing, including Toronto, Detroit, Denver and Alameda, California.

Apple launched a repair program for faulty keys on some MacBook and MacBook Pro computers.

Even when you think you’re safe, Andrea Day is here to tell you you’re not. A study out of Northeastern University has found that a person can be tracked even when their smartphone’s GPS locator is turned off.

Google said it will invest $550 million in cash into Chinese e-commerce player JD.com.

AT&T will be launching a “very, very skinny bundle” of television programming free to its mobile customers, says CEO Randall Stephenson.

Aditi Roy reports on the privacy concerns around Amazon’s Alexa, and artificial intelligence, following a family’s claim that their Alexa recorded and sent a conversation.

Jane Wells has the story of one woman who broke the gender barrier and started her own tech company, which has a market cap of $2.7 billion.