This year has been full of rumors that Amazon wants to open lots of new stores. The reality is likely different.
Apple wants you to watch movies on iTunes two weeks after they debut in theaters. Red could be the next color for the iPhone, and the Apple Watch has "record sales".
The tech giant closes its $26.2 billion acquisition of the business social network.
Facebook shareholders file a lawsuit alleging a conflict of interest between the social network's CEO and a board member.
The ride hailing service tells customers "behavior matters." No guns or sex in the car. Oh, and no barfing either.
Here's a look at some of our favorite images from the past 12 months.
First Apple and now Samsung. Get used to it now, because Samsung won't have a headphone jack on the Galaxy S8.
Apple could be in negotiations with Hollywood studios to offer movies on iTunes two weeks after they debut in theaters.
NFL players union creates OneTeam Collective to give sports tech startups access to do deals with NFL players.
Pontiff says using media to spread disinformation is tantamount to sin.
The home-rental service releases a Policy Tool Chest to help city officials decide how to regulate short-term rentals -- but it's still on Airbnb's terms.
The social network's CEO says having a direct line to the president-elect is "interesting and fascinating."
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