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For eBay, it's about more than just getting likes on Facebook. The e-commerce giant is going all-in on social, including some platforms you probably haven't heard of.
The e-commerce giant's recent move to register as an ocean freight forwarder will make it cheaper and easier for shippers to move freight from China to Europe and North America.
The Oasis e-reader doesn't need to be charged for months and is thinner and lighter than any Kindle before it, but it ain't cheap.
The social media network is making a strong push for live video and chatbots.
The heads of Amazon's consumer business and its cloud computing division are getting new titles.
The tech giant's focus on selling customers a mix of public and private clouds -- a market it pegs at $100 billion -- is critical to IBM's turnaround plans.
Analyst Kim Forrest, a former software engineer, explains why every company wants to get into the cloud now and who's winning the battle to provide services.
New Smartphones and Gadgets
With a series of over-the-air software updates, BlackBerry's Android phone has been improved in almost every way since we first tested it.
Here are the 11 the best smartphones of the year.
While more convenient than headphones with long cables, Bluetooth models are restricted to connections approximately 30 feet away from the source. These are the eight best we like.
Our top picks include a big $4,000 desktop and a new $5, bare-bones design.
Thinner, lighter and better in every way than Google's previous Android flagship.
The Digital Skeptic
'New media' has fallen into the same slide toward oblivion begun by old information media companies.
You can pay all you want for high-value online video production, but here's some advice from the professionals: Simple sells.
Even as iTunes, Spotify, Pandora and other music services rely on algorithms to serve up set lists, consumer spending says humans still have a role to play.
Investors are worried about the numbers at Pandora, but meanwhile the entire music industry is sliding off a cliff.
This set-top device holds the promise of redrawing the ancient battle lines between cable, broadcast and Web TV.
The Politics of Technology
Cognizant beat predictions on earnings, but now faces the challenge of becoming a major player in health care IT.
WellPoint is letting health care consolidate itself, taking advantage of the market changes by signing narrow network contracts that let it share profits from wellness.
Amazon is still leading in the cloud and doubling down on profitable content as it puts the Fire Phone mistake behind it.
IBM's earnings miss shows big technology vendors still haven't gotten their arms around the threat posed by the cloud technologies used by Amazon and Google.
Recent breaches mean you'll have to learn a new way to use credit and debit cards soon. The good news is they're safer.