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When you link your checking account to Venmo or use it to buy Bitcoins, a startup called Plaid Inc is likely facilitating the connection with your bank.
Fifth-generation wireless technology may one day handle sci-fi tasks like guiding driverless cars, but today’s consumers are more concerned with making their phones work faster – and that’s not lost on mobile carriers headed to CES in Las Vegas.
Amazon has eclipsed Microsoft as the most valuable publicly traded company in the US as a see-sawing stock market continues to reshuffle corporate America’s pecking order.
HERE Technologies, the automotive mapping company controlled by three German carmakers, is giving ride-pooling a new twist with an app that makes it easier for friends to share a trip to work, games or concerts.
Qualcomm Inc expanded its lineup of car computing chips and broke them into tiers of different prices, similar to its chips for smartphones that power relatively budget-friendly handsets as well as premium models.
Toyota Motor Corp – in an unusual move for the cut-throat car business – has decided to share with rivals an automated safety system that uses self-driving technology to keep cars from crashing.
Electronic displays that fold, roll and bend have finally arrived after years of development, and tech firms are touting the technology as a potential source of growth and new applications.
Digi announced that it will introduce a mobile data management feature for users on Android 4.0 and newer.
Fake-porn videos are being weaponised to harass and humiliate women: ‘Everybody is a potential target’
The video showed the woman in a pink off-the-shoulder top, sitting on a bed, smiling a convincing smile. It was her face. But it had been seamlessly grafted, without her knowledge or consent, onto someone else's body.
While you spent the holidays streaming Bird Box, Black Mirror: Bandersnatch and/or re-watching The Office for the hundredth time, Netflix Inc was playing out a corporate drama of its own – poaching Activision Blizzard Inc chief financial officer Spencer Neumann to be its new CFO.