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Twitter told investors that it is "the best place for advertisers to drive brand perception". [Read More]
Optimism is driven by the face that the SEC is reviewing its decision to reject a bitcoin ETF proposed by the Winklevoss twins. [Read More]
The video was reportedly available to view for 24 hours before being taken down. [Read More]
Adyen, the Dutch payments processing start-up, saw a 99 percent surge in revenues in 2016. [Read More]
Bitcoin is up nearly $100 in the past week after Japan legalized the cryptocurrency for payments. [Read More]
The upgrade cycle in India is shortening as users look to more advanced devices which could benefit Apple in the long term. [Read More]
Okta is raising $187 million in an IPO on the Nasdaq Friday, valuing the company at $1.5 billion. [Read More]
Google's move comes amid mounting pressure on internet firms to tackle such content. [Read More]
When Carter Wilkerson tweeted Wendy's asking for free chicken nuggets, he wasn't expecting the reply he got. [Read More]
Adidas said there will be more than 100,000 pairs of the Futurecraft 4D by the end of 2018. [Read More]
which begins in the December quarter of 2017... [Read More]
Samsung's shares closed 1.54 percent higher after reports that it is supplying Apple with 70 million OLED displays. [Read More]
Apple's announcement to ditch the graphics chips designed by Imagination Technologies (IMG) could leave the door open for the U.S. giant to acquire the British... [Read More]
Apple's announcement to ditch the graphics chips designed by IMG could leave the door open for an acquisition. [Read More]
U.S. streaming revenues were up 68 percent year-on-year and for the first time accounted for the majority of the music industry's sales. [Read More]
Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP, said Google and Facebook are media firms and "cannot masquerade as technology companies". [Read More]
Qatar Airways and Etihad Airways are offering passengers flying to the U.S. free laptops and Apple iPads to use on flight. [Read More]
Jack Dorsey, CEO of Square, said the launch in the U.K. would have a "fairly meaningful" impact on revenue. [Read More]
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said he would offer to help the U.S. government prepare for the impact of AI if it wasn't prepared. [Read More]
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey told CNBC he will do "whatever it takes" to make sure his businesses succeed. [Read More]