Buying the Dubai-based company expands the e-commerce giant's footprint in the Arab world
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When it comes to digital currency, bitcoin has grabbed most of the headlines, but have we been missing the real story?
The answer depends on which one has a stronger strategy for growing well beyond their already titanic status
With its first big launch since the Note 7 recall, Samsung delivers a "simply gorgeous” phone – but can it earn consumers' trust?
China's Tencent took a share of Tesla worth $1.8 billion
These 12 video games are under consideration to be inducted in May
The companies join a growing list of brands suspending ads over concerns about offensive YouTube videos
Company executives Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg updated their bestselling book with a chapter on “How Alphabet Works”
The latest versions, though more powerful and cheaper, aren't likely to end the long trend of falling shipments
The company announced the device, to cost $329, after 12 quarters of dropping iPad sales
Google-affiliated group markets software to protect election-monitoring groups and journalists from hackers
U.K. suspends advertising on search giant after it allowed ads to appear next to homophobic and anti-Semitic videos
Though the industry lost video customers overall, big players such as Comcast, DirecTV and Verizon FIOS posted gains.
Wall Street's hottest tech launch in years cools off, with Snapchat parent's stock down a third from big first-day IPO pop
The Justice Department announced charges in the mega data breach at Yahoo that affected at least 500 million users
She'll step down as CEO after Verizon completes its $4.4 billion purchase of the internet company
As the FCC and Congress revisit rules on data privacy and regulations on broadband providers, CNET looks at how consumers may be affected
Insurers are among the scads of companies adding "skills" to Alexa's repertoire, which can sell you as well as serve you
Released documents purportedly show how the U.S. intelligence agency turned TVs into "listening devices"