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Snap CEO Evan Spiegel became a billionaire by proving people wrong. Now the fate of his company may rest on doing it again.
Dropbox, the cloud storage company, filed paperwork on Friday to raise $500 million in its long-awaited initial public offering.
Dara Khosrowshahi told a business summit in New Delhi he worries that the Trump administration is ruining the American Dream with its attitude toward immigration.
Amazon is the world's largest online retailer, but it's much more than just Amazon.com.
The Trump administration is making it even harder to secure an H-1B visa for third-party companies and staffing firms in a bid to crack down on abuse.
Kylie Jenner's tweet about Snapchat's redesign sent the company's stock tumbling Thursday. The update has been under fire from users who dislike the new layout.
Consumer Reports named Top Picks in 10 different vehicle categories, including
Airbnb is adding more lodging types to its site, such as boutique hotels, bed and breakfasts and high-end rentals.
While some people are rushing to invest in cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and ethereum, other experts believe that the real value lies in the underlying technology, known as blockchain. CNNMoney's Ramy Zabarah explains how it works.
SpaceX launched its Starlink satellites Tintin A and Tintin B into orbit. These prototypes will test the company's plans to provide high-speed internet around the world via satellite.
Car washes have been automated for decades, but companies developing fully autonomous vehicles must rely on a human touch to keep their cars and trucks in working condition.
Snapchat may have struggled during its first year as a public company, but you wouldn't know it from the CEO's pay.
SpaceX on Thursday launched a rocket carrying three satellites from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The company confirmed that one satellite, Spain's PAZ, successfully made it into orbit.
The end of net neutrality is officially set to come this spring.
Hackers have a new trick up their sleeves: hijacking computers to generate digital coins.
Tech biggest companies failed to prevent the spread of false information about the Parkland school shooting.
Tim Chevalier, a former Google engineer, is accusing the company of firing him after he spoke out about repeated incidents of racism, sexism and harassment.
Signal is getting a boost from a billionaire tech founder with a history of bringing secure messaging to the masses.
Conspiracy theories about a Florida school shooting survivor received prominent placement on Facebook and YouTube on Wednesday.
In a bid to cripple spam bots on its platform, Twitter says users will not be allowed to post identical or substantially similar content across multiple accounts at once.
Uber Express Pool, the company's answer to the city bus, launches in select US cities.
Snapchat is making a tweak to its platform in response to backlash against its newly redesigned app.
Outliving its original 90-day lifespan, the Opportunity is still fulfilling its core mission -- looking for evidence that Mars once supported microbial life.
AT&T said it plans to offer mobile 5G to parts of Dallas, Atlanta and Waco, Texas by the end of the year.
Canadian government-backed researchers are teaming up with India's vast IT industry to promote the technology behind bitcoin.
Uber has new shared ride service called Express Pool. Fares will cost as much as half the price of Uber Pool.
A report published by Cambridge University says malicious use of artificial intelligence by rogue states, criminals and terrorists could wreak havoc around the world.
WeWork is looking to hire at least two senior-level employees to spearhead a push deeper into retail and e-commerce.
Facebook's efforts to prevent people from using its platform to meddle in U.S. politics will rely in part on one very low-tech tool: postcards.