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Washington’s war on Big Tech is more of a high-stakes poker game than a real threat to the businesses of Google, Amazon, Apple, and Facebook, according to a new analyst note.
Lawmakers are grilling big tech over antitrust concerns, but Wedbush Securities Managing Director of Equity Research Dan Ives says that these hearings are creating more noise than actual change. He joins Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith to explain.
In celebration of "World Emoji Day", Apple and Google are previewing a new collection of emojis coming this fall. Melissa Thermidor, who was instrumental in creating the "Blood Drop" and "Interracial Couple" emojis, joins CBSN's Tanya Rivero to discuss the creation process.
It's the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing, so it's no surprise thatGoogle's daily doodle celebrates this milestone today
A reputation-repair program for a prominent person convicted of criminal wrongdoing can easily cost more than $100,000.
Cash App is free to download, and its core functions free to use. So how does this app, which has been downloaded more often than Venmo, make money?
Microsoft is a leader in the rapidly expanding cloud-computing market. Here is how Microsoft stock's technicals and fundamentals look before its Q1 report.
Kronos Bio CEO Norbert Bischofberger and board member Arie Belldegrun contributed to the Series A round, which is one of the largest in the industry this year.
Alphabet (GOOG) doesn't possess the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.
It's been a big year for technology initial public offerings. Among the winners from the tech IPO boom are two U.S. technology companies with fast-growing venture capital portfolios.
Redwood City software giant Oracle, eager to break up the Pentagon’s $10 billion JEDI cloud computing contract, reportedly got a lifeline this week from President Donald Trump, who’s beginning to ask questions about the size and scope of the project.
Using data, machine learning and AI, Alphabet managers are incubating vibrant new businesses in pharma and tech. One or more of these will become exciting stand-alone businesses.
It was just a year ago that the debate about trillion-dollar market caps focused on Apple Inc. and Amazon.com Inc., but Microsoft has held that title to itself for more than a month.
Finance ministers from the Group of Seven rich democracies are sounding the alarm on the dangers of cryptocurrencies and pouring cold water on Facebook’s Libra as they wrap up a two-day meeting in Chantilly, France.
FaceApp has gone viral again with a feature that makes users look elderly, but experts say it may pose security concerns.
As the public and government regulators around the world discuss whether and how to manage the power of technology companies, one idea that keeps coming up is breaking up these large conglomerate corporations into smaller pieces. Public distrust for tech companies has shifted to talk of antitrust action against them. Facebook, for instance, might then have to compete with Instagram for photo-sharing and WhatsApp for messaging — rather than owning both.
Silicon Valley is synonymous with housing shortages. A UN report refers to the crisis as a human rights violation. An influx of well-paid tech workers, including 45,000 Google employees, to the San Francisco Bay Area are blamed for growing homelessness.
Advocates and opponents of breaking up Facebook, Google and other technology giants are falling prey to some serious misconceptions.
The deal is a significant boon for LendLease, coming at a time when Australian developers navigate the domestic property market's worst downturn in a generation, characterized by a drop in building approvals and tighter consumer spending. It is also a major win for LendLease's strategy to expand abroad, and will see it reinforce its core role as a residential developer after being hobbled by its engineering division. The announcement sent LendLease's share price up in morning trade by as much as 5.3% to A$14.84, its highest since Nov. 8.
The selection is part of the tech giant's recent $1 billion commitment to build 20,000 new housing units.