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State officials expressed concerns about technology giants’ market dominance and user-privacy practices at a meeting hosted by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Instagram’s co-founders increasingly clashed with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg over a range of issues, including recent changes to the photo-sharing app that appeared designed to promote Facebook’s growth at Instagram’s expense.
Uber Technologies scored a legal victory over drivers after a federal appeals court dismantled the class-action status of a lawsuit that had sought to reclassify independent contractors as employees.
Mary Ritti, one of Snap’s earliest hires, announced she is leaving from top communications job, after announced exits of company’s strategy head and CFO
Qualcomm accused Apple of funneling proprietary information to rival chip maker Intel, broadening a long-running legal battle.
Lack of makeup and shaved beards can throw off the increasingly popular facial-recognition technology on devices, leading users to wonder what’s so wrong with how they look; “It was an existential crisis.”
After selling Instagram to Facebook, Systrom vaulted the platform past Snapchat and had been gearing up to take on YouTube. WSJ. Magazine interviewed the CEO before he announced his resignation.
Verizon, looking to trim its workforce, has offered early-retirement packages to thousands of staff, as part of a broader cost-cutting effort.
Kevin Systrom and Mike Kriege, the two co-founders of Facebook’s popular Instagram app, are stepping down, a move marking continued tumult at the social-networking giant.
SoftBank Group is doubling down on one of its biggest bets in India by leading a $1 billion investment in hotel-booking startup OYO.
Silicon Valley tech giants can’t be trusted to police themselves and should be subject to tougher regulation, including around their pattern of acquiring competitors to accumulate ever-larger stores of user data, according to a critical new report released Monday.
Apple and Salesforce.com said they have formed a partnership intended on improving apps for businesses.
Subscription radio company Sirius XM is buying music-streaming firm Pandora in an all-stock deal the companies said they value at about $3.5 billion.
The Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore fined ride-hailing firms Grab and Uber and imposed operating restrictions on the former after ruling that a merger earlier this year was anticompetitive.
New web browsers present the perfect reason to test what a modern browser can do and even consider making a change.
As card companies, banks and vendors change how they verify identities and transactions, Europe offers a glimpse of what’s to come.
With a generation of old coders leaving, companies are scrambling to find those who know the decades-old program.
High-tech analysis is helping investors decide what to buy—and how much to pay.
Consumers in Asia are leaving behind the local shops their families have used for generations and buying more gold bullion online.
Digital publisher Vox Media is expected to miss its revenue goal for this year by more than 15%, adding to the list of new-media companies struggling to live up to lofty growth expectations.