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A number of companies and cities are trying to match Google's much-covered Fiber project.
Can Instacart take on Amazon's grocery business with one-hour delivery and a fleet of personal shoppers? Founder Apoorva Mehta thinks so
With this year's MacBook Air, the tech giant promises stellar battery life. But does it deliver?
Big companies are adopting cloud computing with a twist: They're building their own isolated clouds.
How the Web responded on social media to Apple's World Wide Developers Conference.
Shouldn't there be a law against beating a piece of evidence to death?
Uber CEO and NYC taxi commish sit down for a chat in Brooklyn.
Yahoo follows other major tech companies in revealing the extent of its involvement in the U.S. government's Prism Web surveillance program.
This year's 12 top paid tech CEOs all make more than $15 million annually.
A startup hopes to speed up Earth's efforts to make contact with interstellar aliens.
Luckily for the 3,300 backers, Kickstarter suspended the Kobe Red campaign just minutes before it ended.
On the day the U.S. is to close its antitrust case, Apple evokes the memory its late CEO.
Its latest deal means that Netflix now has the two biggest animation studios on board, strengthening its position in kids' programming.
Not only has the automaker gone through bankruptcy and restructuring, it is attempting to rebuild its technology organization.
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The search giants collaborated with the feds after 9/11 on an electronic intelligence program.
It has been more than a year since Google announced a bizarre stock split -- which would allow the company to issue more shares. The move got held up due to a legal battle, but the split is finally closer to reality after Google settled a case with shareholders this weekend.
Can the Korean electronics giant pull a smartphone-like win in the home?
The DOJ will rest its case. Apple will present its defense. Summations on Thursday.
In the space of six months Apple received 4,000 to 5,000 law enforcement requests.