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SpaceX’s Internet satellites are part of a wave of new tech that could give you more choice...
Getting a new iPhone battery is often a frustrating, weeks-long process
Google’s Chrome ad blocker means the Web’s largest ad company is also now advertising’s big...
This gutsy tactic could make or break the AT&T-Time Warner court fight
Apple's Siri isn't very smart in the HomePod
Siri, already bumbling, just got less intelligent on the HomePod
Salon.com wants to fight ad-blockers by using your PC to mine cryptocurrency
Uber CEO plays it safe in risk-loving Silicon Valley
His wireless Apple headphone started smoking during a workout. Then it exploded, he said.
Microsoft is trying to kill passwords. It can’t happen soon enough.
Uber and Google’s Waymo reach surprise settlement in a lawsuit over self-driving technology
Apple explores the possibility of a rebate over battery issue for some iPhone owners
Apple is looking at complaints that some iPhones are making people miss their calls
We’ve reached peak smartphone. What are Apple and Samsung going to do now?
Google parent Alphabet reports soaring ad revenue, despite YouTube backlash
Apple sees record profit, despite selling fewer iPhones
Microsoft’s cloud continues to grow as it chases Amazon
Taking a closer look at Trump, taxes and Apple
Why you cannot quit Amazon Prime — even if maybe you should
Google’s new ad reckons with the dark side of Silicon Valley’s innovations
Facebook is banning ads for bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies
Kodak’s cryptocurrency announcement sent its stock soaring. Now a KodakCoin co-creator says...
Do iPhone X sales spell trouble for Apple?
Intel says updated chips coming to protect against Meltdown, Spectre
Shake-up at Facebook highlights tension in race for AI
Replace your iPhone battery now. Here's why.
Google outspent every other company on federal lobbying in 2017
Apple's HomePod is finally coming. Here's how it stacks up against Amazon and Google.
Inside Facebook’s year of reckoning
Apple CEO Tim Cook says he wouldn’t let a child use social media