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There has been some clear winners and losers.
Financial stocks should do well this year, despite what fourth-quarter profits show.
We initiated one new position and trimmed/added to several others as December-quarter earnings season kicked off.
Trump's press conference puts a charge into an otherwise flat week. We add a position to the portfolio.
The social network's ad revenue for the fourth quarter of 2016 appears solid, despite issues surrounding inaccurate reporting of advertising metrics, Raymond James analysts say.
Both 5G and virtual reality are still in their early innings, but a number of eye-opening applications have been dreamt up for each of them.
Jim Cramer was in Hawaii, where there was a lot of talk about Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg possibly running for office.
Jim Cramer look at whether limitations on Facebook's ad load could stifle the stock's rally.
Raymond James analysts upgraded Facebook to strong buy from buy and maintained a $160 price target.
Matt Maloney, CEO of the online and mobile platform for restaurant delivery, has denounced the president-elect's 'nationalist, anti-immigrant and hateful politics.'
Tech stocks feel like they may be going higher, as the economy is picking up.
The social media company is rolling out several new advertising efforts, including inserting ads into Instagram stories.
The social network has launched a new initiative intended to foster deeper relationships with media organizations and promote news literacy.
Attackers tried to use pry sensitive information via email out of Netflix users, but luckily FireEye caught it.
Along with the new 150 million daily user stat, Instagram today announced the launch of ads mixed into Stories.
The IP router manufacturer faces numerous challenges.
The tech giants are poised to be clear winners from e-commerce trends, new net neutrality rules and advances in virtual reality technology, according to Jefferies analysts.
The site's decision to publish a 35-page dossier of uncorroborated information about President-elect Donald Trump supposedly held by Russia offered a stark illustration of the state of media in 2017.
The streaming giant is primed for a strong year with exclusive content and the potential for more international and U.S. subscribers, says JPMorgan.
What will the president-elect say in his first news conference since the election?
The new privacy proposal will prevent online messaging services from tracking users' online activity to create targeted ads.
I expect the algorithms to be locked and loaded for the event.
Apple could be getting into the virtual reality/augmented reality space. If so, the company could be the disruptor the industry needs.
Survey says: Maybe business is getting better.
The European Union is weighing new privacy rules that could impact the monetization efforts by messaging services owned by Facebook, Apple and Alphabet's Google.
Despite not being able to turn Yahoo! around, CEO Marissa Mayer will have 'no shortage of opportunities' if she leaves the company, Bloomberg Intelligence senior Internet analyst Paul Sweeney said.
Tech giants have used their cash for big bets on disruption. Here's what they have to show for it.