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Nvidia shares tumbled 18% after the chip maker projected declining revenue for the current quarter as it works through excess inventory left over from the cryptocurrency boom.
Mark Zuckerberg and the Facebook board took issue with a report suggesting the social-media giant deliberately played down the impact of Russian interference on the platform.
If Seattle is a guide, Amazon’s arrival in New York and Virginia will be transformative, but will also bring headaches, what some Seattleites call the Amazon prosperity bomb.
Apple will begin making independent, feature-length films through a multiyear partnership with the Oscar-winning studio A24, broadening the iPhone maker’s push into original content beyond TV programming and into movies.
Tencent stock closed 5.8% higher after the Chinese tech giant reported a 30% rise in profit, more than analysts expected. The boost still leaves the company’s Hong Kong-listed shares down nearly 30% in 2018.
A tidal wave of cash has helped turn China’s internet startups into formidable superpowers rivaling their U.S. counterparts. But venture capitalists argue that a unique set of forces are also spurring the startups’ ascendancy.
Cisco Systems is one of a few tech giants under threat from the U.S.’s trade fight with China, but the company said it has evaded damage from tariffs so far.
The bank is launching Visa cards with a contactless feature in a bid to simplify and speed up the in-store checkout process. The move could be a tipping point for the rest of the industry to follow suit.
After 2017’s manic rally and this year’s steep plunge, cryptocurrency markets had been unusually calm in recent months. That lull has come to an end.
Bumble Chief Executive Whitney Wolfe Herd said an initial public offering of shares could provide momentum for further international expansion of the dating app.
Social media platforms have reached a crucial point where the executives overseeing them need to find ways to anticipate and block bad actors, Kevin Systrom says.
A survey found just 52% of employees were optimistic about Facebook’s future, down from 84% a year earlier. The darker mood comes amid a dropping share price and disclosures of privacy violations.
Results for the three months ending in September show that Uber is still growing quickly but is likely to be unprofitable for some time.
Dell Technologies plans to sweeten a $22 billion deal to buy out an affiliate and return to the public markets, five months after its initial proposal sparked shareholder opposition.
Uber Technologies CEO Dara Khosrowshahi said he is taking a wait-and-see approach to allegations that the Saudi government—one of the company’s biggest shareholders—was behind the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The zero-price business model is a source of many of the problems plaguing Google, Facebook and Twitter.
A commission convened by Congress warned that China’s tech-manufacturing strength threatens U.S. national security and advised U.S. agencies to be mindful of Chinese attempts to compromise government systems.
Tencent reported a 30% jump in third-quarter profit, in spite of a regulatory chokehold on videogames, its biggest business.
Snap Inc. is facing scrutiny from regulators about its disclosures to investors ahead of its 2017 initial public offering.
The FCC will begin the first of two auctions for extremely high-frequency spectrum licenses, raising cash from a type of radio wave considered worthless before 5G technology.