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Sprint Corp (S.N) has restarted talks to merge with T-Mobile US Inc.

A Piper Jaffray “Teens Survey” found that 82 percent of teens currently own an iPhone.

Reddit banned 944 accounts suspected of links to Russian propaganda efforts.

A federal jury rules that Apple must pay $502.6 million to VirnetX.

Huya, the Chinese online game streaming platform, has filed for a $200 million IPO on the NYSE.

San Francisco scientists erase Alzheimer’s causing gene in the brain.

Theranos lays off most of its remaining workforce.

While Mark Zuckerberg testifies before Congress, Facebook shares have their best day in two years.

Google is in talks to buy Nokia’s airplane broadband business.

Amid ad boycott, Fox news host Laura Ingraham says she won’t be silenced by “the left.”

New research shows successful founders are far older than the Silicon Valley stereotype.

No politicians, including Trump, have been invited to Prince Harry’s wedding to Meghan Markle.
Photo: The headquarters of Finnish telecommunication network company Nokia is pictured in Espoo, Finland April 27, 2017. Lehtikuva/Vesa Moilanen/via Reuters