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PC sales are continuing to slump -- fewer are sold now than when the iPhone launched


We're spending more time with smart speakers instead of with radios, TVs -- and smartphones


The nanny of former Uber engineer Anthony Levandowski claims he stole trade secrets from Tesla



The former nanny for Anthony Levandowski, the fired Uber engineer at the center of a trade secrets lawsuit, said he talked about 'fleeing to Canada' to avoid potential prison time


Tech elites pay thousands of dollars a year to hang out at this ultra-luxe club -- take a look inside


You may soon be able to use the blockchain to formally consent to sex



This Japanese pop group is singing about cryptocurrencies and getting paid in bitcoin


Streaming services are killing off the DVD and Blu-ray industry


Television has entered a golden era thanks to a boom in new scripted series


Venture-capital funding in 2017 was the highest it's been in the past 10 years


You can now get a Lyft beer -- and a discounted ride to go with it


What it's like to walk away from a job at Google to pursue a career in stand-up comedy



4K televisions are starting to look like the biggest hit among new tech products


The mysterious bitcoin tycoon who promised to give away an $86 million fortune just made another donation


Here's how technology is shaping the future of education


This thimble-sized gadget is the world's smallest fully-functional mobile phone



To lure Amazon's HQ2, Detroit would free it from many taxes -- and allow it to pocket employees' state income taxes for 20 years


Amazon filed a trademark for a YouTube-like competitor -- even as it was feuding with Google about access to the video site


San Francisco is getting a new mayor after Ed Lee's death, and the tech industry's cosy status in the city may be finished


Billion-dollar lip-syncing app Musical.ly is passing out $50 million worth of grants to support its users