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By Daniel P. Collins | October 14, 2015
By Murray A. Ruggiero Jr. | September 2, 2015
We’ve been here before: Computers poised to replace human trading ingenuity. Is this time different?
By Murray A. Ruggiero Jr. | April 1, 2015
The trading tools available today are largely shaped by patent law. Here, we assess the current legal landscape for technology and glance toward the future.
By Supriya Kurane, Reuters | March 6, 2015
Developers continue to finetune in top-secret conditions ahead of next week's Apple event.
By Paul Carsten, Reuters | February 25, 2015
China has dropped major tech brands from its state purchasing lists, a move that could either lead to innovation or disaster.
By Aki Ito, Bloomberg | February 5, 2015
For anyone bearish on the progress made by the U.S. economy, consider this: Computers are now one-1,100th of their price 35 years ago.
By Mike McAra | January 30, 2015
Bitcoin is far from general acceptance. Could the road to getting there cause its disappearance?
By Dina Bass, Bloomberg | January 27, 2015
A slump in China and Japan combined with a strong dollar are hurting business-license sales. Microsoft is being hit especially hard.
By Mike McAra | January 23, 2015
Could Bitcoin's brief heyday be slowing down after security risks?
By Dina Bass, Bloomberg | January 22, 2015
Microsoft seeks to use Windows 10 to win back users and keep business customers happy. The new operating system also eliminates much-disliked browser Internet Explorer.