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Tesla’s not-so-happy start to the new year

Sometimes you can’t get enough good news. Just ask Tesla investors who began 2019 by hammering the automaker’s stock over…

Huawei launches next-generation chipset for servers as it aims to become a top 5 cloud player

Huawei unveiled on Monday a next-generation chipset for servers, potentially pitting it against the likes of AMD, even as the…

Ford unveils the new 2020 Explorer, the popular SUV’s first redesign in 8 years

With more and more consumers looking to buy a midsize SUV, Ford is rolling out a fresh version of its…

Apple analysts have let down their clients but this shouldn't be a surprise

Apple analysts, huh, what were they good for? Absolutely nothing. Say it again... Yep, that's right, I just butchered one…

After Samsung’s guidance miss, South Korea’s LG warns profits likely fell 80 percent in fourth quarter

South Korea’s LG Electronics said on Tuesday its fourth-quarter operating profit likely fell 80 percent from the same period a…

Uber’s air travel partner unveils its air taxi at CES

Uber is using CES to promote its vision for a future of on-demand air travel. The ride-hailing company said in…

How Microsoft bounced back

Over the weekend, a 2007 blog post entitled "Microsoft is Dead" from Paul Graham, co-founder of Silicon Valley start-up factory…

Facebook is separating Workplace from the main Facebook site to appease business customers concerned about security

On September 28, the day that Facebook disclosed a security breach impacting millions of its users, the head of the…

Google employees around the world are walking out today to protest the company's handling of sexual misconduct

Hundreds of Google employees in more than 20 offices around the world are staging walk-outs to protest what organizers describe…

Twitter stock soars after strong earnings beat

Twitter shares was up as high as 13 percent in pre-market trading after reporting higher than expected earnings and revenue…