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Web-storage company Dropbox Inc. raised the curtain Friday on its long-awaited initial public offering, which is set to be one of the biggest tech debuts of the past few years.
Huawei Technologies Co., a Chinese maker of smartphones and telecom gear, is seen in Washington as a potential tool of state-sponsored spying, but Britain and several other U.S. allies are embracing Huawei’s technology.
The two companies created from the old Hewlett-Packard have surprised investors—but they still need to prove the growth is sustainable.
Xcerra Corp. has agreed to terminate its sale to a Chinese group, citing difficulty in securing federal approval for the $580 million deal.
Rising sales of storage and networking devices powered Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s core business during the holiday quarter, helping the company raise its annual profit targets while boosting planned returns to shareholders.
It’s never been easier to launch your own show. But it’s tough to persist when you’re speaking to an audience of one. We asked the pros to debate both sides of the question.
Airbnb Inc., looking to solidify sales ahead of an expected IPO, is adding more hotels to its site, along with a loyalty program and new tiers of listings that include luxury and more budget-friendly offerings.
SpaceX launched into orbit a commercial payload with two prototype communications satellites intended to pave the way for an eventual constellation of thousands of similar internet-via-space satellites.
Facebook is culling its list of metrics and better labeling some of them after coming under scrutiny from marketers for a series of measurement mishaps and learning that some advertisers were confused about its data.
Tesla for the first time is notifying some reservation holders new to the electric-car brand that they can begin configuring and ordering their Model 3 sedan.
These innovative digital alarm clocks offer novel ways to rise and shine. Electric shock, anyone?
This use of doctored images was a crucial and deceptively simple technique to spread fabricated information during the 2016 election. Tech companies, which are increasingly under fire, struggle to screen for indications photos might have been distorted or taken out of context.
Dell Technologies founder Michael Dell quietly paid $100.47 million for a penthouse at Manhattan’s One57, setting a record for the city.
Shares in Rovio fell by more than 40% after the company behind “Angry Birds” missed fourth-quarter sales expectations and warned revenue would be flat or lower in 2018.
The hottest thing in China’s online shopping world is bricks-and-mortar stores. Inman, which started as an online-only women’s fashion brand but has now opened 450 shops, shows why.
HP Inc. is scheduled to report fiscal first-quarter results Thursday. Investors will watch for news on the company’s share of the personal-computer market, its printer business and effects of the new tax law.
Responding to industry complaints that federal rules increasingly hamper private ventures in space, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has emerged as the deregulation czar of the heavens.
Google’s video site and other social media struggle to suppress misleading and false content on their platforms.
Three technology titans have powered nearly half of the S&P 500’s advance this year, a worrying sign for investors expecting a strengthening economy to lift shares of manufacturers, oil companies and other firms whose fortunes typically improve with growth.
SpaceX’s proposed internet-via-space project is slated to launch two experimental satellites on Thursday, even as the company tamps down expectations such prototypes will quickly evolve into a functioning global system.