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Uber announced it would be teaming up with Spotify to allow customers to listen to their playlists wherever they take an Uber and the music is already playing.
As digital wallets and mobile payments become more prevalent, transactions on smartphones are expected to soar by 2017.
The automotive industry is seeing innovation, as Tesla takes mindshare away from traditional automakers, but one company that may change the industry completely isn't really a car company: Uber.
Cisco continues to see an uneven recovery for the world's largest networking equipment manufacturer, particularly as net neutrality becomes a bigger debate in the U.S.
Cisco shares rose in after-hours after the networking equipment giant posted fiscal first quarter results that were better than expected.
IBM continues to push the boundaries of its Watson Group, announcing an investment in Pathway Genomics to deliver an app based on a person's genetics from their personal makeup.
Tesla is on track to do something few car companies have ever done: grow 50% a year for the foreseeable future. But it needs to get its production levels straight.
Tesla shares rose following strong third-quarter earnings and an outlook that says the company may grow 50% per year for the 'foreseeable future.'
Tesla has been a darling of Wall Street over the past eighteen months, as the Elon Musk-led company has defied critics, building a car company that seems poised to last.