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The company's huge installed userbase is its secret weapon.

Confusion reigns over how Twitter's changes affect real-time updates

Apple is facing a class action lawsuit over the phone-bricking "Error 53," which has left some customers in need of a new phone.

The cable giant famous for pushing boundaries, on TV and on the Web, could be in for a brutal fight.

The sale makes a private equity firm one of the largest suppliers of military robots to the government.

The ride-booking company is settling two massive class-action lawsuits.

The United States' "first nerd president" is happy to have more company.

Column: The old, quirky Twitter is gone. And that's ok.

Fifteen percent of all Americans have used some form of online dating, but certain demographics are growing more quickly than others.

The Internet giant is getting interested in building next-gen cable boxes.

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