Friday 21st of July 2017
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By: Bill Murphy Jr.
By: Sonia Thompson
By: Moira Lawler, Monster
By: Peter Bright
(credit: Julien GONG Min) In the fourth quarter of its 2017 financial year, Microsoft posted revenue of $23.3 billion, up 13 percent on a year ago, with an operating income of $5.3 billion (up 73 percent), a net income of $6.5 billion (up 109...
By: Rachel Perlmutter
By: Andrew Nusca
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By: Raymond Wong
Mark your calendars! Samsung's just sent out invitations for when it will likely announce its next flagship Android phone, the Galaxy Note 8. As previously reported, the Note 8 will likely be announced next month on August 23 at Samsung's usual...
By: Shara Tibken
The company is expected to launch its big-screen phablet, the follow up to last year's ill-fated Note 7.
By: Chris Chavez
We received an invite today for Samsung's Unpacked event in New York where they say they'll be introducing their "newest mobile device": the Galaxy Note 8.
By: Brian Heater
Samsung’s next Unpacked event is arriving right on schedule — and all signs about to it bringing the Galaxy Note 8 along for the ride. The big show lines up with the phablet’s traditional release schedule, and the graphic...
Samsung's next large-screened phone is on its way, as invites have just gone out for the company's Unpacked event on August 23rd. A teaser image promises to "Do bigger things," which is about what we'd expect from the...
By: Chaim Gartenberg
Samsung has officially sent out invitations for an Unpacked event on August 23rd in New York City, where it will presumably reveal the next Galaxy Note device. While Samsung hasn’t quite outright confirmed the Note 8 will make an appearance, the...
By: Andrew Myrick
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has been rumored to be launching by the end of August, so we take a look at everything regarding the device to determine what's going to be coming.
By: Gordon Gottsegen
New unofficial images of the Note 8 pop up about a month before the phone's official unveiling.
By: Zoë Henry
By: Mark Sullivan
By: Dan Solomon
By: Kirsten Korosec
Earlier today, we reported that Elon Musk and The Boring Company had reportedly been given verbal government approval to build a Hyperloop that would connect New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington DC, according to a tweet posted by Musk.
By: Aric Jenkins
"This is the first we've heard of it"
“We have had promising conversations," the White House says of the project.
By: Eric Mack
Commentary: The Tesla and Boring Company founder says the government gave its blessing for an east coast Hyperloop. He just somehow failed to get it in writing.
By: Sean O'Kane
The verbal approval that entrepreneur Elon Musk said he received from the government to build an underground hyperloop from New York to Washington, DC apparently came from the White House, an administration spokesman has told Bloomberg. The official ...
By: Megan Geuss
Enlarge (credit: The Boring Company) Elon Musk has been talking about The Boring Company, his tunnel-digging endeavor, for months now. Today, he tweeted: “Just received verbal govt approval for The Boring Company to build an underground...
Known for his teasing tweets and ever-expanding list of high-tech ambitions, Elon Musk set observers abuzz again with a vague claim he received “verbal” approval for a high-speed, tunnel-based travel system along one of the busiest corridors in...
By: MAGGIE HABERMAN
Anthony Scaramucci, who successfully rebutted a CNN story about the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia, may lead the White House’s communications strategy.
Notable moments from the New York Times interview and their impact so far.
Anthony Scaramucci would replace Mike Dubke, who resigned in May.
By: Larry Alton
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