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The Instagram founders' goodbye letter to Facebook suggests the parting was not a happy one.
Instagram cofounders Mike Krieger and Kevin Systrom attend the 16th Annual Webby Awards at Hammerstein Ballroom on May 21, 2012 in New York City.

Both Instagram&...

The news comes after months of turmoil and scandals for Facebook, which owns Instagram.
Google Inc. CEO Sundar Pichai

Google CEO Sund...

Google CEO Sundar Pichai will meet privately with Republican Congressmen and again at a public hearing later this year, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai.

Google’s ...

A security researcher learned that Google has quietly begun logging people into Chrome without their knowledge and this threatens their privacy. Google managers have denied that anyone's privacy is at risk. The internet is divided about whether Google has done something unsavory.
CEO and founder of Amazon Jeff Bezos participates in a discussion during a Milestone Celebration dinner September 13, 2018 in Washington, DC.

Amazon held acq...

Uber has reportedly held early talks with Deliveroo as it attempts to build out its take-out delivery service — but it's not the only company to have expressed interest. Amazon, too, held acquisition talks with Deliveroo, not once but twice.

A revolutionary...

The treatment involves the installation of an implant that delivers electrical stimulation directly to the the spinal chord — along with a whole lot of training where researchers help patients go through the motions of standing and walking again.
The new Roku Ultra.

Roku just relea...

The new Roku Premiere, Premiere+, and Ultra devices are available for preorder, and will be shipped in October.

Snapchat’...

When Snapchat users spot an item they want more information on, they can point the app’s camera at the product or its barcode, pressing down on the screen until the app recognizes the item. They will then have the option to buy the product from within Snapchat.

Google is 20 ye...

Google has changed a lot in 20 years. While the company's primary colors in the logo and the search engine's name has stayed the same, the company has added a ton of new products, including Gmail, the world's most popular webmail product, and Android, which powers most of the world's smartphones.

A controversial...

A startup called Ambrosia that charges $8,000 to fill your veins with the blood of young people plans to launch its first clinic in New York City. Founded by Stanford grad Jesse Karmazin, the company just completed the first clinical trial designed to test the benefits of young blood transfusions.