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Amid the battle of unlimited plans, AT&T's profitability grows and Verizon gains
Alphabet's Google is quietly expanding in Silicon Valley.
The social media giant wants to help news publishers win paid subscribers, and it doesn't want part of the revenue.
Apple, Facebook, Google and other global tech elite have integrated PayPal into their ecosystems in recent months.
The Nasdaq tumbles and the S&P 500 slides. The Dow rises slightly.
It's not as much as you might think.
The Amazon chief is now worth more than $90 billion.
Customers showed up to Verizon's unlimited data party in the second quarter. Is network quality and all-you-can-eat data enough to turn around the carrier's wireless sales and margins?
Using Singapore as a starting point, tech companies are expanding rapidly in Southeast Asia, a market of 625 million people. The region is an exciting alternative to slowing Chinese growth.
Foxconn Technology attempts to manage expectations about its U.S. investment
The actual amount of investment will depend on local government, Foxconn says.
Apple has not confirmed the three plants, but its supplier Foxconn could make a big jobs announcement on Wednesday afternoon.
As the chipmaker takes aim at markets that Intel and Nvidia have long dominated, its aggressively-priced products simply need to be 'good enough' to find buyers.
Foxconn is building a facility in Wisconsin months after announcing a $7 billion investment in the U.S.
Under President Trump the U.S. will ban transgender people from serving in any capacity in the military.
As cars get smarter, more connected and more electrified, they need more chips inside of them.
The chipmaker is blazing ahead of Intel in the race to unleash its super chip.
Overall 168.1 million people in the U.S. will use an Internet connected TV this year, a 10.1% increase over 2016.
President Donald Trump and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker will join Foxconn in announcing plans for the new plant.
Waze is about to become more ubiquitous.
U.S. stock futures are marginally higher on Wednesday ahead of an announcement from the Federal Reserve on interest rates.