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Security adviser Rudy Giuliani plans to reach out to the private sector for help defending the government from attacks.
Apple's iOS portfolio -- like the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch -- will see its revenues top $1 trillion by sometime mid-year.
A look at iPhone's first decade and how it has changed the way people communicate and live.
The annual CES blowout will be more like an auto show in 2017, with carmakers, chipmakers, software developers and others all set to make announcements.
Intel, Nvidia, and Amazon's partners are among the companies launching a slew of products covering cars, smartphones, PCs, smart home devices and VR headsets.
Self-driving cars are quickly becoming the future of the auto industry.
Several new announcements show that this beaten-down technology stock could become one of 2017's biggest turnaround stories.
The cellphone pioneer this week reported a surprising quarterly profit and said that it is opening a facility for researching technology related to self-driving vehicles.
Here is a look at Tuesday's major market movers and whether investors should buy these stocks.
BlackBerry also announced plans to open a $75 million facility to test autonomous vehicle technology
The Dow tries to capture the historic 20,000 level on Tuesday, but a lack of forward momentum puts it within agonizing reach without pushing it over the edge.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average hovers agonizingly close to its historic 20,000 level on Tuesday, failing to gather the last bit of momentum to top the milestone.
The one-time smartphone giant still faces plenty of challenges, but its software investments and cost-cutting efforts are paying off.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closes in on its 20,000 milestone after moving above its all-time closing highs.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average draws close to clinching the 20,000 milestone on Tuesday as it trades higher than its all-time closing high.
The troubled tech company opens an autonomous car research facility in Ottawa.
Stock futures creep higher on Tuesday in cautious trade as uncertainty reigns after separate terror attacks in Berlin, Zurich and Turkey on Monday.
U.S. stock futures are higher Tuesday while European and Asian shares trade mixed as investors react cautiously to three separate terror incidents.
We offered $5 to anyone on Wall Street who could show us their Blackberry.
On Tuesday, December 20, investors await quarterly results from FedEx and Nike.
These heavily shorted stocks could get squeezed much higher if they report positive earnings this week.
It's a slower week on Wall Street as investors wrap up business before the holiday break.
Mega-cap growth stocks remain mostly disliked -- or maybe secretly liked but definitely not talked about in public.
Apple owes much of its success to its no-compromise approach to hardware. But this approach can be a problem in markets such as infotainment systems and set-tops.
Firms' 13F filings show how they've followed in the footsteps of the father of value investing.
Software and services are growing, but not fast enough to hold up BlackBerry's top line.
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