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Brands are betting that the immersive VR experience will become great for advertising.
At least 500 million user accounts have been stolen from Yahoo, the company confirmed on Thursday.
Cisco’s effort to get to the cloud has had technical and business challenges, but a partnership with Salesforce could help.
The last time Apple moved more than 2 percent in five straight sessions, the top movie in America was “Fast & Furious.”
Apple, the only positive component in the Dow on Tuesday, could see more upside, traders say. Here’s why.
The first self-driving Uber vehicles are moving into the next phase — giving real customers rides.
Samsung Electronics shares fell nearly 7 percent after the company urged Galaxy Note 7 users to switch off and return their devices.
Apple’s newest iPhone could have the makings of a cutting-edge virtual reality device.
Meg Whitman tells CNBC that technology is moving at “lightning speed,” and the winning companies are going to be “nimble, fast, and focused.”
New data from eVestment show that big institutional traders sold Apple’s stock more than any other in the second quarter.
With such negative sentiment leading into Apple’s big product unveil, modest upgrades could drive the stock higher, say analysts.
Google will launch a ride-sharing service in San Francisco, an unnamed source told The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday.
Ireland will appeal against the European Commission’s ruling forcing it to recover billions in back-taxes from Apple.
The executive arm of the European Union concludes Ireland granted undue tax benefits to the U.S. tech giant.
Apple’s next Pro line might include a touch screen strip, slimmer screen, powerful graphics and a Touch ID scanner, Bloomberg reported.