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Business news related to the technology industry, including Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, Google, and Facebook, plus consumer electronics, start-ups, cryptocurrency, media, advertising, streaming, venture capital, antitrust and regulation.
  1. Retailers are battling for shoppers' eyeballs and wallets amid an unusual holiday shopping season clouded with sky-high inflation.
  2. Soon most smart home devices from the biggest brands will work together if they don't already, thanks to a new standard called Matter.
  3. Elon Musk has announced big plans for Twitter since he took over the social network last month.
  4. A bruising year for technology has left investors and workers gasping for breath and wondering when the layoffs will end and IPOs will come back.
  5. Elon Musk said the Twitter "Verified" service would have a "gold check" for companies, a grey colored one for government accounts and a blue one for individuals.
  6. Digital currency lender Voyager Digital has been set back to square one after FTX, which had initially agreed to acquire the firm, filed for bankruptcy.
  7. There are so many TV terms that shopping for a new one can be overwhelming. Here's what you need to know if you plan to score a deal on a TV on Black Friday.
  8. Investors will be watching for any fallout for Tesla in China — a market that has become increasingly competitive with a number of domestic challengers.
  9. The boss of European digital insurance startup Wefox decried how tech companies have laid off workers en masse.
  10. Binance said it may increase that amount to $2 billion at a point in time in the future "if the need arises."