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Robert Scoble, center, resigned Sunday following multiple allegations of sexual assault.

Tech evangelist Robert Scoble has resigned from his VR startup after several women accused...

Scoble's co-founder Shel Israel says he feels "hurt and angry toward Robert" in a resignation announcement on Facebook.

Three years after it launched, Apple Pay is finally starting to gain traction with...

Mobile wallet adoption has been slow, but Apple Pay leads the way over competitors like PayPal and MasterCard.

These 11 startups are re-inventing how money works and they’re worth more than $1...

Fintech startups in the US have raised around $18 billion since 2015, and these unicorns prove why.

San Francisco’s housing market is so dire, a burned-out home is selling ‘below market...

A home in San Francisco was completely gutted in a fire in 2016. Now the owners want nearly $1 million for it.
You've got to know how to navigate the secret job market, says ExecThread founder Joe Meyer (pictured).

An Apple alum is helping people land secret gigs on the ‘hidden job market’

Apple alum Joe Meyer has established ExecThread to help senior employees discover better job opportunities.

Google’s Pixel 2 smartphone uses the same waterproofing material that off-road cars use

Google made its new Pixel 2 smartphones water-resistant, but they also took it a step further.
The legendary Fubo Chavez

Why sports streaming service fuboTV made ads deliberately designed to offend people

Why the sports streaming service fuboTV deliberately made ads designed to offend people. The upstart has created the character Fubo Chavez to nab attention.
The Saber comes in black, blue, and red.

A battery company boasting former SpaceX and Apple engineers just released their first product

Romeo Power has released its Saber battery pack that it says can charge a laptop twice.

Facebook tests burying posts from media outlets in a separate News Feed — unless...

With the new Explore tab, Facebook is currently testing a change that would force news publishers to pay for their posts to be shown in News Feed.

Facebook’s technology can be used to stoke divisions all over the world

Facebook's advertising problem isn't just a national political issue; it's a global one.