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Commentary: Speaking at Stanford University on Tuesday, the former Yahoo CEO says Kalanick likely had no idea what was really going on at Uber.
Golden State Warriors star and tech investor to host show on Cheddar dishing about tech, sports and entertainment.
A viral video said the space agency would soon make a big announcement about aliens. NASA says forget about it.
The internet radio provider's only two non-US markets will be shuttered to focus on expansion at home.
With great power comes great responsibility -- especially if you're in charge of a big-budget Marvel blockbuster.
The social network says it has a lot of work to do despite deleting around 66,000 posts a week that it deems hateful.
The former driver takes a plea deal after issuing thousands of dollars worth of Uber credits to himself, family and friends.
Throw on some legwarmers, pop that collar, and watch scenes from the upcoming Star Wars film like we would've back in the Reagan era.
Commentary: In a baseball era in which every last piece of data is tabulated, the Red Sox pitcher shows no interest at all. A lesson for tech, perhaps?
Here's how Samsung Pay works and what you need to use the mobile payment system.
"Must consider yourself a maven, trend-setter or Czar of cool."
An experimental flexible solar array refuses to roll back up, so NASA sends it packing from the International Space Station.
Economies could grow by $15.7 trillion, according to a new report.
Yo, 175 million monthly Pinterest users. Listen up.
Facebook is still the most wildly popular social network, by like, a lot.
Ryan Reynolds shares a photo showing the Merc with a Mouth is on his way back -- if you can @#%! hang in there till next summer.
The cyberattack is moving quickly, locking down systems at an alarming rate.
Lucky customers in Taiwan will be able to pick up a limited-edition pink Galaxy S8 Plus.
A new service rolling out in 30 countries will make it easier to hail rides for people other than you.
If looking at a few ads is no big deal, you can save between $30 and $80 on five new Android phones.