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Yahoo's Q1 results slightly beat Wall Street estimates, but revenue dropped 11.3 percent, as the web-pioneer struggled to boost growth.
Google found itself under fire again on Wednesday from EU antitrust regulators who say it abused the dominant position of its Android mobile operating
Intel announced it would cut 12,000 jobs, or 11 percent of its workforce, by 2017 due to restructuring.
Tesla shares turned lower on Tuesday after Consumer Reports released an online article saying the car maker's Model X faces quality issues.
Apple was asked by the Chinese government for the company's source code within the past two years, and the company refused, Apple's top lawyer said.
Leaving the house to go and get things may seem so 20th century, but CVS Pharmacy just partnered with Curbside to offer free delivery.
When black holes collide, do they hide in the dark or emit flashes of light?
The technology company and investigators have continued to work together in thousands of requests for information.
Bill Gates said no one was an "absolutist" on the digital privacy debate, but said he supports his company's lawsuit against the U.S. govt.
Silicon Valley veteran Bill Campbell, who advised tech leaders including Steve Jobs and Jeff Bezos, died Monday after a long battle with cancer.
IBM reported its worst quarterly revenue in 14 years as results from newer businesses failed to offset declines in its traditional businesses.
A collision between a British Airways passenger jet and a drone over London has left the plane undamaged but the aviation industry deeply shaken.
Three years after a deadly bombing at the Boston Marathon, technology has changed the way law enforcement and first responders monitor the event.
In its most direct challenge to Netflix yet, Amazon on Sunday debuted a new Prime subscription option for monthly video streaming.
The Authors Guild and several individual writers have argued that the project, known as Google Books, illegally deprives them of revenue.
Officials admitted Monday that they have little idea what would happen were a drone to get sucked into an airliner's jet engine during a flight.
Verizon's attempts to snag Yahoo received a boost after several potential bidders exited the race, The Wall Street Journal re
The European Union antitrust chief is examining Google's deals with phone makers and operators.
The California-based automotive start-up Faraday Future this week broke ground on what's to be a $1 billion assembly plant rising from the desert.
Competition in industries as diverse as transportation, retail and financial services has decreased over the last two decades, according to a new report.