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Snap says Justice Department is investigating its IPO

The US Government is investigating whether Snap Inc. manipulated its $3.4 billion initial public offering.

Toyota is using Microsoft's HoloLens to build cars faster

In the nearly three years since Microsoft introduced its HoloLens augmented-reality headset, consumers have largely forgotten about it. But now it's gaining traction among an unlikely audience: car makers.

WeWork is getting $3 billion more from Softbank

WeWork, the New York-based coworking giant, is getting another major investment from Japanese conglomerate SoftBank.

Spotify makes a play for the Middle East with an Arabic service

Spotify is bringing its services to the Middle East where it will compete with Deezer and local startup Anghami.

Facebook: Free speech and privacy will inform any decision to return to China

Facebook says it won't return to China without considering how to square that with its commitments to free expression and the privacy of its users.

Tencent shrugs off gaming troubles with 30% increase in profit

Tencent reported net profit of more than 23 billion yuan ($3.3 billion) for the three months ended in September, up 30% and higher than analyst forecasts.

Google wants its virtual assistant in every room of your house

The Google Assistant Smart Home is a beautiful multi-million-dollar home outfitted with every Google device and connected home gadget imaginable.

Nvidia stock plummets after 'crypto hangover'

Bitcoin's slump is causing a big headache for one of Silicon Valley's top tech firms.

Amazon HQ2 process highlights the company's data obsession

Amazon's search for a second headquarters was never just about finding a new home. Throughout the process, the company obtained a wealth of data about 238 cities and metro areas in North America.

Facebook unveils new way for users to appeal content removal

Facebook is admitting it needs oversight with content moderation.

Bitcoin plunges below $6,000 to lowest level in more than a year

Bitcoin's price plummeted more than 10% on Wednesday, with industry experts saying it was hit by uncertainty surrounding the expected split of another major cryptocurrency, bitcoin cash.

Facebook goes on defensive over New York Times investigation

Facebook and its CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, have spent much of Thursday swinging back after a New York Times investigation published Wednesday suggested that the company had not been forthcoming enough about Russian interference on its platform and reported that it had hired a firm that dug up dirt on its competitors.

Uber losses top $1 billion on road to IPO

Uber continues to bleed money as it races toward a much-hyped public offering next year.

Lime is under fire over broken scooters

The scooter-sharing startup Lime continues to clash with its suppliers amid questions about the safety of its scooters.

Amazon HQ2 plans get mixed reaction in New York and Northern Virginia

The news of Amazon's massive expansion in New York City and Northern Virginia is already stirring strong feelings from local leaders and communities.

Thousands of Americans were following suspected Russian pages on eve of midterms

The network of pages and accounts that Facebook began to take down on the eve of the midterm elections over possible connections to a Russian government-linked troll group was followed by more than 600,000 Facebook and Instagram users in the United States, Facebook said Tuesday.

Firm that worked for Facebook tried to plant story alleging liberal bias at Apple News

The conservative public affairs firm that worked for Facebook, and spread opposition research about the social media company's critics and competitors, tried to get at least one journalist to do a story suggesting that the editors of Apple's news application were biased against Republicans.

Uber's CEO wants to 'get the facts' on Khashoggi killing before rethinking Saudi ties

Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi says he's waiting for more information about the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi before adressing the Saudi government's significant investment in the startup.

Don't panic about iPhone sales just yet

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