- AT&T's $85.4B deal for Time Warner: A new bet on synergy
NEW YORK (AP) — AT&T's $85.4 billion purchase of Time Warner represents a new bet on synergy between companies that distribute information and entertainment to consumers and those that produce it.
- Attacks on the internet keep getting bigger and nastier
NEW YORK (AP) — Could millions of connected cameras, thermostats and kids' toys bring the internet to its knees? It's beginning to look that way.
- A giant nude statue in California is stirring controversy
SAN LEANDRO, Calif. (AP) — There have long been complaints about the lack of women in the tech industry. Now there's a towering female figure, in a tech park across the bay from San Francisco, although not quite what some people had in mind.
- Microsoft 1Q profit tops views, lifting stock to new high
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Microsoft's focus on business software and online services paid off with a surprisingly high profit in its latest quarter, putting its stock on a trajectory toward its all-time high.
- India launches phone app to monitor New Delhi's pollution
NEW DELHI (AP) — India's capital, laboring under the label of being the world's most polluted city, is trying something new to help clean up its air.
- Nintendo combines portable and home gaming with Switch
REDMOND, Wash. (AP) — Nintendo has announced a new gaming system that combines a portable handheld device with a dock to use at home.
- Russians seek answers to central Moscow GPS anomaly
MOSCOW (AP) — Joggers, taxi drivers, players of Pokemon Go and senior Russian officials are seeking an explanation of why mobile phone apps that use GPS are malfunctioning in central Moscow.
- Russian indicted on charges he hacked LinkedIn
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A Russian man has been charged with hacking and stealing information from computers at LinkedIn and other San Francisco Bay Area companies, federal prosecutors announced Friday.
- Amazon streaming TV devices won't be so Amazon-focused
NEW YORK (AP) — Amazon's own video store will no longer have the starring role on the company's Fire TV streaming devices.
- Apple: Many 'genuine' Apple products on Amazon are fake
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Apple says it has been buying Apple chargers and cables labeled as genuine on Amazon.com and has found nearly 90 percent of them to be counterfeit.