The Internet search giant doesn't quite know what it wants to be when it grows up, and that leaves investors and analysts struggling to place a value on the stock.
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The mobile heavyweight takes the wraps off its fifth-generation Android flagship phone as well as three new wrist computers.
The iPhone maker addresses a worrisome vulnerability in its latest mobile operating system. A fix for Macs is yet to be released, but coming 'very soon.'
The social media giant has built its fortune on targeted ads to its 1.2 billion users. But its new $19 billion acquisition, the messaging service WhatsApp, is fundamentally opposed to them.
The struggling Japanese tech giant will lay off 5,000 workers as it looks to spin off its money-losing television and computer businesses.
The frequency with which companies tweet apologies can make it seem like they're not doing much of anything else on social media.
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