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The newly-minted Amazon-owned eero is reiterating pledges to ensuring customers' privacy while they use their mesh Wi-Fi networks.
Spotify hsa boosted its podcast creds with the buyout of Gimlet, a big-time content producer, and Anchor, a distribution and adserve platform.
With nearly $250 billion in liquid money, Apple surely can afford to extend its revenue paths away from the iPhone. This past quarter made it a big point.
Sources have claimed that the Korean tech giant has picked up an Israeli imaging startup with its hands on a 10x optical zoom camera for phones.
It's not exactly clear how the acquisition of a cloud email company will immediately benefit Essential, but there are longer-term strategies at play.
GitHub, the world's top software development platform, will soon become Microsoft's third costliest acquisition in history, behind LinkedIn and Skype.
Just five months after the two wireless networks decided to walk away from the negotiation table, they are said to be back at it. Again.
Broadcom's recent "best and final offer" for a record-breaking Qualcomm takeover was not final after all, but it may well have been the best the potential seller will ever see.
They say Qualcomm's management is opposed to any Broadcom deal right now, but $130 billion sounds like an offer the semiconductor giant can't refuse.
Health monitoring is clearly a bigger and bigger research focus for both Apple and Google, with the latter now the proud owner of an impressive startup.
Apple may have just moved one step closer to finalizing its long-rumored smartglasses, acquiring the tech behind some German eye-tracking products.
Owlchemy Labs, a relatively small video game studio behind such successful VR titles as Job Simulator and Rick and Morty, is now a Google subsidiary.
Premium sound system manufacturer Harman isn't Samsung property yet, and it may never be, if a number of litigious stockholders get their own way.
Wearable market leader Fitbit continues its acquisition spree by adding Vector's software expertise to a portfolio also consisting of former Pebble assets.
In exchange for a whopping $8 billion, Samsung will soon be able to release Harman-powered phones, wearables and connected car solutions.