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Amazon’s rally over the past year has lifted its stock market value passed Alphabet’s.
When people start taking a vacation to the moon, there might be a mobile network to let them post their pictures on social media. German space firm PT Scientists, along with Finnish network equipment-maker Nokia and British mobile carrier Vodafone, are gearing up to launch a telecoms network on the moon in 2019. It would mark the first …
Amazon is buying Ring, the smart doorbell maker it backed through its Alexa Fund.
Phil LeBeau takes a look at the progress some companies and tech firms are making to create prototypes of flying cars.
YouTube says it would be too hard to moderate the section of its site that helps users discover new videos. A professor calls that “absurd.”
More and more reports indicate Apple’s iPhone X is not keeping up with expectations.
Josh Lipton reports on the quarterly earnings for Intel.
Aditi Roy reports on how the solar industry could be impacted by the Trump administration’s new tariffs.
Deirdre Bosa reports on the opening of the new Amazon Go store that operates without cashiers.
Julia Boorstin reports the details of Netflix’s quarterly earnings report.
Julia Boorstin reports on the Congressional hearing on how tech giants such as Google, Facebook and Twitter treat extremist content.
Reviewers appreciate much about Tesla’s lowest-priced car, but point out some issues with its design and execution.
Would you get inside a car with no steering wheels or pedals. General Motors thinks you would.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that the News Feed will start prioritizing “meaningful social interactions” versus “relevant content.”
Julia Boorstin reports the highlights from the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show.