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AT&T CEO says he has no intention of selling CNN after DOJ demands sale as condition for Time Warner deal

AT&T has "no intention" of selling CNN despite the Justice Department's demand the company sell it in order to approve…

The iPhone 7 was the most popular smartphone in the world in Q3

New data from research firm Canalys suggest the Apple iPhone 7 was the world's best-selling smartphone during the third quarter.

Kroger is using Google and Microsoft clouds to avoid paying Amazon

As Kroger moves to cloud computing, the nation's largest grocery store chain is sending millions of dollars to Microsoft and …

Spotify could be valued at $20 billion when it goes public and eventually hit $100 billion, study says

Spotify could be valued at $20 billion when it goes public and eventually be worth $100 billion, according to one…

Cisco nears deal to acquire telecom software maker BroadSoft: Source

Cisco Systems, the worlds largest networking gear manufacturer, is nearing a deal to buy U.S. telecommunications software firm BroadSoft for…

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Apple retail chief Angela Ahrendts: We will not upsell customers to the iPhone X

Apple opened a new flagship store on Friday on Michigan Avenue in Chicago, its 497th in the world, up from…

Israel Facebook: Mistranslated post creates security alert

Israeli police arrested a Palestinian man last week after a Facebook post he made saying "good morning" in Arabic was…

Bitcoin smashes through $6,100 to hit a new record high

Alexander Demianchuk | TASS | Getty Images Bitcoin set a new record high on Saturday breaking through the $6,100 barrier.

Remove ads that appeal to children, gambling sites told

Online gambling companies have been urged to remove adverts featuring images likely to appeal to children.

1 billion users could be using 5G by 2023 with China set to dominate

The next revolution in mobile technology looks set to be led by China.