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Alphabet lawsuit against Uber cements end of uneasy marriage

When Uber Technologies Inc was raising venture capital in 2013, it was one of the hottest deals around – and no one was more eager to write a check than Bill Maris and David Krane of Google's venture capital arm.

Apple may ditch Dialog chip, analyst says; chipmaker’s shares plunge

Dialog Semiconductor risks losing a crucial supply deal with Apple Inc, according to a financial analyst who cut his rating on the stock on April 11, sending the Anglo-German chipmaker's shares down by as much as one-third.

Paul Allen goes digital to save world’s most-endangered animals

If he has his way, Paul Allen will have 90,000 square miles of African territory covered with smart sensors and drones by the end of this year to bring hyper-connectivity to Africa’s remotest, most wildlife-packed corners.

Uber renews push for arbitration in Waymo trade-secrets case

Uber Technologies Inc renewed a bid to move its driverless-car trade-secrets fight with Waymo into closed-door arbitration.

Better call Netflix? Streaming platforms poaching top TV talent

Sunday's Primetime Emmy winners will take home shiny trophies and bask in congratulations, but their biggest payoff could come in a call from Netflix Inc or Amazon.com Inc.

Apple’s global web of R&D labs doubles as poaching operation

In recent years, Apple Inc has quietly put together a global network of small research and development labs, from the French Alps to New Zealand.

Facebook helping to turn Seattle area into hub for virtual, augmented reality

When Facebook set up shop in Seattle in 2010, CEO Mark Zuckerberg didn't have a particular type of work planned for the outpost.

US said to probe Apple on updates that slow older iPhones

The US Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission are investigating whether Apple Inc violated securities laws concerning its disclosures about a software update that slowed older iPhone models.

75,000 data protection officers will be needed globally in the near future

They may not have the cachet of entrepreneurs, or geek chic of developers, but data protection officers are suddenly the hottest properties in technology.

Google, Facebook come down on the side of elephants, rhinos, tigers

A week after the United States quietly lifted a ban on imports of sport-hunted elephants' ivory and lion parts from certain African countries, the World Wildlife Fund has announced that Google, Facebook and other major tech firms are joining an effort to halt the illegal trade of wildlife and wildlife parts.