- The 2016 Nobel Prize winners and their work
STOCKHOLM (AP) — This year's Nobel Prizes will be handed out Saturday for ground-breaking work ranging from the development of the world's smallest machines to song lyrics that have touched generations of fans.
- Snapchat: How the vanishing-photo app managed not to fade
NEW YORK (AP) — Snapchat has managed to build something lasting out of photos that vanished almost instantly.
- Gov't proposal envisions phone calls on airline flights
WASHINGTON (AP) — Airlines could let passengers make in-flight phone calls using Wi-Fi under a proposal from federal regulators.
- Apple chief Tim Cook picked to give MIT commencement speech
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has chosen Apple CEO Tim Cook to deliver its 2017 commencement address.
- Sources: Google to give Cubans faster access to content
HAVANA (AP) — Google and the Cuban government have struck a deal giving Cubans faster access to the internet giant's content, two people familiar with the agreement said Friday.
- Pebble discontinuing smartwatches after its sale to Fitbit
PALO ALTO, Calif. (AP) — Pioneering smartwatch maker Pebble is no longer manufacturing or selling any of its devices after the bulk of the company was bought by Fitbit.
- Banking on change: Tech startups target financial services
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — It may not be much longer before bank branches join video-rental stores and record shops as relics of a bygone era.
- Innovation or monopoly? Panel looks at ATT-Time Warner deal
WASHINGTON (AP) — Senators questioning the logic of a proposed merger between AT&T and Time Warner turned their focus to the nickels and dimes of the issue, at least as to how the $85.4 billion mega-deal would affect Americans. OK, you say this huge merger will enhance, not quash, competition and benefit consumers. Will it actually reduce prices that consumers pay?
- German intel agency: Russia is trying to destabilize Germany
BERLIN (AP) — Russia is trying to destabilize German society with propaganda and cyberattacks ahead of the country's general election, Germany's domestic intelligence agency said Thursday.
- Sandberg: False stories on Facebook didn't sway election
NEW YORK (AP) — Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg says she doesn't think misinformation spread on the social media platform swayed the election in favor of President-elect Donald Trump.