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The app shows that the social media giant is getting serious about people sharing and posting videos on Facebook.
This thing changed the tech landscape.
Uber may have to look beyond Silicon Valley to find a replacement for the company's hard-charging founder.
Waze Carpool, which recently launched in California, is Google's latest big idea for changing how we do things.
Here are the tech headlines you might've missed this week.
George Clooney made a billion-dollar deal on tequila and Travis Kalanick had the worst week on Wall Street.
The video giant's latest viewing stats show that it remains in a league of its own.
Jim Cramer discusses not discussing the 'market' and also suggests a Darth Vader-Amazon meeting.
We brought Dycom Industries back into the portfolio during a comeback week for tech stocks.
Tech rotation, oil and Fed rate hike keep markets on even (flat) keel. Several portfolio positions get beefed up.
Pandora may be a takeover target after all -- just further down the road.
Facebook had sought to suspend the lawsuit, citing its terms and conditions.
Jim Cramer doesn't buy the backlash against Amazon. He says Prime is a very powerful tool and an irresistible bargain.
There are hundreds of stocks that are impacted as well as the various indices and their derivatives.
Irene Rosenfeld, chairman and CEO of Mondelez, tells Jim Cramer this snack-food maker is a global player.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg updated the mission to be more group-centric in order to thwart new networking rivals and enact more change.
Uber's market share is expected to sink to 81% by 2021 as the company searches for its next CEO.
Facebook is already the best-performing 'FAANG' stock in 2017. This chart shows it's about to trigger a brand-new buy signal.
You know you want new, improved accessories for your favorite summer hobby.
Buyers are close to taking back control of Twitter this summer.
In searching for Travis Kalanick's replacement as chief executive, Uber's board can't simply hire a competent manager.