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Ford had to suspend it's operations in San Francisco due to compliance issues with the California Highway Patrol.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella wants Windows to play nice with Apple’s iPhone and Google’s Android devices. Microsoft’s (MSFT) Windows Phone is dead. Instead, Microsoft is piggybacking on the success of Apple’s (AAPL) iPhone and Google’s (GOOG, GOOGL) Android operating system to get its own apps and services into customers’ hands.
According to a new report, teens aren't liking Facebook these days. Instagram and Snapchat are where they are spending all of their time. Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous and Melody Hahm discuss.
According to a new report from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is still facing supply chain constraints for the upcoming iPhone X.
Starting Friday, Messenger users in the U.S. who log in with their PayPal accounts can use the popular messaging platform to send and request money to one another.
After dropping triple digits the Dow poised to finish in the green as Apple suffers its worst day in over 2 months.
A new bipartisan bill known as the Honest Ads Act is the first major attempt to regulate online platforms that sell ads with rules akin to those that apply to more traditional advertising on TV, radio and in print. The bill, introduced today by Democratic Senators Mark Warner and Amy Klobuchar, with a bipartisan boost from Republican Senator John McCain, imposes regulations on social platforms, websites, ad networks and other online entities with more than 50 million unique users per month. Russia attempted to influence the 2016 presidential election by buying and placing political ads on platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Google.
A few months ago we reported that Facebook may begin testing paywalls and subscriptions for Instant Articles beginning in October.
Apple’s (AAPL) stock is under pressure on reports that the tech giant is having some issues with its LTE Watch and demand for the iPhone 8. China’s government has reportedly cut LTE access to the Apple Watch Series 3 over government security concerns. According to the Wall Street Journal, the cellular service was available exclusively to qualified China Unicom customers when the watch went on sale September 22, but new subscriptions after September 28 were cut off without explanation. In a separate report, Reuters, citing Taiwan’s Economic Times, warns the tech giant is cutting production of its iPhone 8.