Ride-hailing service Uber acquires Mideast competitor Careem for $3.1 billion in largest tech sale in the region.
Stocks rose broadly in early trading Tuesday on Wall Street, erasing the market's modest losses from a day earlier.
Stocks are opening broadly higher on Wall Street as technology companies and banks notch solid gains.
Facebook says it is preparing for Indian elections by working to limit false stories, videos and photos on its platform.
Grassroots group of UK tech volunteers battles Brexit by working like a startup.
China ex-internet censor gets 14 years on corruption charges.
Apple on Monday unveiled a new streaming TV service, its own branded credit card and a news subscription product, but it hasn't yet filled in all the blanks.
As it seeks new sources of profit, Apple is launching a $10 subscription service that pulls from magazines and newspapers.
Pentagon says it successfully tested a missile defense system designed to shoot down a North Korean missile aimed at US.
Asian stock prices rebounded after global markets slide on US, Europe growth worries.
Oregon state employees have been unable to send work emails to some outside accounts due to a spam attack.
Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan has authorized the Army Corps of Engineers to begin planning and building 57 miles of 18-foot-high fencing along the U.S. border with Mexico.
Security researchers say hackers infected tens of thousands of computers from the Taiwanese vendor ASUS with malicious software.
FDA advisers: Too soon to ban kind of breast implant tied to rare cancer, more information needed.
Apple is jumping belatedly into the streaming business dominated by Netflix and Amazon.
French President Emmanuel Macron says China's signature in Paris of a deal to buy 300 planes from Airbus is an "excellent signal" showing the strength and reliability of the relations between the two countries.
The Minnesota Senate has passed a bill to require drivers to use hands-free devices when they want to use their cellphones on the road.
Apple trotted out few details on its long-awaiting streaming service on Monday, but it didn’t skimp on high-wattage celebrity, including Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg and Jennifer Aniston.
The company took several opportunities Monday to emphasize user privacy _ and indirectly take a jab at rivals _ at its splashy, celebrity-laden event in Cupertino, California.
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