Losing customers in the private sector is no big deal. That's just one of the tech business heresies delivered by Alex Karp during the WSJD conference.
The big news is Microsoft's newest piece of hardware, an all-in-one PC. While Microsoft is making progress, Alphabet's internet service is pausing future plans.
The app is one of the first to graduate from Google's Early Access open beta program.
The Silicon Valley giants are embracing users with disabilities, resulting in tech and features that everyone can appreciate.
Technically Incorrect: The billionaire, who supports Hillary Clinton for president, acknowledges that Donald Trump represents nearly half the country and that technology worries job seekers.
Despite selling millions of iPhones, Apple's financial figures don't stack up against its past. Meanwhile, AT&T's DirecTV Now service looks very wallet-friendly.
Retired LA Lakers great talks about how his 20-year NBA career prepared him to be a venture capitalist.
Messaging app co-founders say that users communicating with businesses will not attract spam.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is coming. Google's mixed AR/VR headset is happening, and the Google Pixel phone is a winner.
Masayoshi Son, CEO of Sprint owner Softbank, likes the carrier's gains but calls for US government pressure against rival AT&T's expansion plans.
Serving up 17 million rides a month, the ride-hailing service says it continues to take market share from competitor Uber.
New Mastercard-powered banking and retail chatbots are expected to hit Facebook Messenger sometime next year.
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