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Amazon's latest Echo smart speaker.

In a rare move, Apple, Amazon, and Google just announced a major partnership

The three tech giants are often competitors, but in the case of the smart home, they're unlikely bedfellows.

The biggest game company in the world is helping Nintendo break into the Chinese market, but it may be making a bold play for Nintendo’s beloved...

The world's biggest game company isn't Nintendo, and it isn't Microsoft or Sony either — it's a Chinese company named Tencent.

Facebook now blocks people from sharing links to notorious piracy site The Pirate Bay

Facebook no longer allows its billions of users to share links to world's most well-known piracy website, The Pirate Bay.

A Trump-Xi meeting on trade is reportedly being pushed back until at least April

President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping won't meet this month on a possible end to the trade war, Bloomberg reported.
Climbing the slippery Great Wall of China.

China stocks rally to a 9-month high after Beijing promises trade secret protection for foreign companies

Beijing promised to prop up its economy and protect foreign companies' technology secrets in a bid to cool trade tensions with the US.
Will Smith and Alfonso Ribiero.

Why is the guy who played Carlton on ‘Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’ suing the makers of ‘Fortnite’? The lawyer behind the lawsuit e...

Alfonso Ribeiro played Carlton on "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," and he's suing the makers of "Fortnite" over an in-game dance move. Here's why.
Kodak wants photographers to register their photographs with its new blockchain platform, which will track down unlicensed images, so that the photographers can get paid for their work.

Kodak’s the latest company to benefit from jumping on the blockchain bandwagon — but its move actually makes sense

Kodak says it will use blockchain technology to power a new rights-management service for photographers.

Analyst: Apple is marching to ‘war’ with a ‘direct assault’ on Qualcomm’s business model

Apple is "directly attacking the structure that underpins Qualcomm's business."