Both the U.S. Department of Justice and the SEC have subpoenaed Snapchat parent Snap, looking for information regarding its March 2017 IPO and whether it misled prospective investors.
The Swedish music-streaming company just launched its service in the Middle East and North Africa.
Apple has shifted all of its new business to rival Intel, although Qualcomm still sells modems for older iDevices.
Fitbit Coach has a tiny subscriber base.
He pins Facebook's future on video, messaging, and Stories.
Google is showing it can develop and design compelling gadgets across a growing number of product categories within its portfolio.
Tencent Music, which is a subsidiary of Tencent, has now officially filed to go public in the U.S.
Facebook's CEO is increasingly pressuring WhatsApp and Instagram to make more money.
Google subsidiary Nest is still firmly in growth mode, and expanding into digital health products could accelerate that momentum.
Justifying the iPhone XS and XS Max's hefty cost, Tim Cook said iPhones have replaced a broad range of other product categories, from cameras to music players, among others.
Apple kept the iPhone XS at the same $999 price point while positioning the iPhone XS Max even higher at a whopping $1,099.
The Mac maker scoops up the rights to two original films amid its ongoing push into original content.
The virtual reality market fell for the second consecutive quarter.
Facebook has long used Onavo Protect as a way to spy on what its users are doing, a use of the data that is well beyond the scope of what a mere VPN is intended for.
European regulators are reportedly about to sign off on the deal.
Those popcorn margins are a big opportunity for Amazon.
WhatsApp is betting that businesses will pay to connect with consumers.
Deduplication is a good thing.
Walmart is partnering with the software giant to power its cloud computing operations.