Amazon is creeping up on Google and Facebook in digital advertising.
BlackBerry is declaring war on some major tech companies.
Snap's chief strategy officer, Imran Khan, joins a growing list of executive departures.
Will crowdsourced deliveries help the two companies counter Alibaba?
People still aren’t crazy about “voice shopping” — but Amazon probably doesn’t care.
Altria claims FDA's proposed measures would wipe out 589,000 retail jobs, 317,000 "indirect" jobs, 34,000 "other" jobs, and about 11,000 tobacco grower jobs.
The social network grows up and flushes out millions of fake accounts.
The social network buries three failed attempts to counter Google, Fitbit, and Snap.
The tech giant could launch a cloud gaming service and console soon.
The telco’s spending spree could continue as it beefs up its advertising technology.
A gaming hub could soon appear in the mobile messaging app.
JD gains a valuable ally in its escalating war against Alibaba.
The tech giant’s cashierless system could help traditional brick-and-mortar retailers.
YouTube’s original content chief admits that Netflix is “too far ahead.”
The chipmaker gets caught in the crossfire again.
Thirty-four percent of U.S. adults over the age of 65 still don't use the internet.
The two companies are the streaming music company's biggest backers.
Apple and Microsoft trail Google in the U.S. K-12 education market.
Chipotle, eBay, Uber, and Airbnb could all be left behind this upcoming tech curve.
It seems to be taking some early steps toward such a move, but Facebook often stumbles when trying to expand beyond its core social network.