MacBook Air 2016 Release & Specs: Apple Phasing Out Product Line? Analyst Says, Might 'Go Away Over Time'
MacBook Air 2016 Release & Specs: Apple Phasing Out Product Line? Analyst Says, Might 'Go Away Over Time'
Apple might improve the iPad Pro instead of treating a worthy replacement for MacBook Air. More
Yelp Prevails In Lawsuit Over Authenticity Of Its Reviews
Tigar had in April dismissed an earlier version of the complaint, which sought class-action status. He said the plaintiffs cannot sue again because any amendment would be "futile." More
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Microsoft's Gates To Start Multi-billion-dollar Clean Tech Initiative
"Gates' announcement should prompt other countries to follow suit." More
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Facebook Makes Paid Time Off For Baby Leave A Global Benefit
"We want to be there for our people at all stages of life, and in particular we strive to be a leading place to work for families." More
LG Display To Invest $8.7 Billion In New OLED Plant
The company said it will spend an initial 1.84 trillion won to begin building the plant in Paju, South Korea. More
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Hilton Says Some Payment Systems Hit By Malware
The information targeted, however, did not include addresses or personal identification numbers (PINs), the company added. More
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Sony's PlayStation 4 Sales Top 30 Million Consoles
The console helped Sony book its highest second-quarter operating profit in eight years. More
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Three Goldman Bankers Leave For Uber As Tech World Raids Wall Street Talent
For tech companies, having bankers on staff can help smooth the path to an initial public offering and other capital raisings. More
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Facebook CEO Zuckerberg To Take Two Months Of Paternity Leave
Silicon Valley technology firms have rushed to extend parental leave allowances and other benefits in an attempt to recruit and retain talent. More
Max Schrems
Austria's Highest Court To Decide Whether To Allow Class Action VS Facebook
The law student has claimed 500 euros ($531) in damages each for the more than 25,000 signatories to his lawsuit. More
Intel Warns That US Regulation Could Drive Drone R&D Overseas
"Worse, it will drive us to relocate our business planning and R&D overseas, where we are being welcomed by foreign countries eager for investment in this new technology area." More
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Tech Group Rejects Post-Paris Calls For Weaker Data Encryption
Weakening encryption to help the government monitor electronic communication in the name of national security, "simply does not make sense." More
Nokia Remains Bullish About Africa Business Despite Economic Slowdown
"Worldwide growth is flattish, but Africa is a pocket of growth for us." More
Nokia CEO Says Alcatel Buy Will Increase Its 5G Firepower
The deal coincides with a major new industry investment cycle set to kick off next year to develop the next generation of 5G networks that are expected to start going mainstream around 2020, Suri said. More
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