The biggest news of the day: Why you’re probably missing out on the most interesting tech news of 2017

There’s been a lot of hype lately about the tech industry’s future, and a lot that hasn’t quite come to pass.

But that doesn’t mean the past has been forgotten.

From the rise of the social media platform Snapchat, to Apple’s impending arrival in the smartphone market, there’s been plenty of tech news to take in.

Here are some of our favorites.

What to watch: Tech is all about the data.

We’re increasingly obsessed with data, and as it pertains to the digital world, we’re obsessed with it more than ever.

So what are the biggest stories of the year?

Tech is about to get a whole lot bigger, and there’s no shortage of exciting new technology coming out every day.

We’ve got a full list of the biggest tech stories of 2017 here.


Facebook, Inc.: Facebook will spend $1 billion to buy Instagram for $1.6 billion, according to The Wall Street Journal.

This comes after Facebook agreed to buy WhatsApp for $19 billion in March.

Instagram is a messaging app that uses Instagram’s user base to organize photos and videos, and Facebook said that it wants to monetize that.

Instagram has nearly 1 billion users, and it’s the fastest-growing social media app on the app store.

It’s worth noting that Facebook has no plans to monetizing WhatsApp.

It doesn’t have a major advertising business, and Instagram is the company’s first-ever acquisition.

There are also reports that Facebook will buy Instagram to boost its video-sharing business.

Instagram already has a huge audience.

According to The New York Times, it has more than 5 billion daily active users.

Instagram’s mobile app is the third-most-popular app on Android, behind Snapchat and Instagram Stories.

It was also ranked #3 in the top 10 most-popular mobile apps by the app analytics company App Annie.


Intel’s $7 billion acquisition of Altera: The acquisition of Intel is a major one, but it’s not the only one that’s coming.

Intel has been a big player in the consumer chip industry since the 1980s, when it first opened its doors.

The chipmaker has been the biggest buyer of mobile processors and other mobile devices, and the company is now also the largest chip manufacturer in the world.

Intel currently has a market value of more than $300 billion, and analysts predict that it will increase that number by another $100 billion by 2020.

The deal will create a $7.2 billion chipmaker, and Intel’s chip division will expand to include more than 200 companies in various areas.

The company also plans to make significant acquisitions in the future.

Intel plans to open two new labs in Shanghai, China, in the coming years.

3. Inc.: Amazon will acquire a company that makes a cloud-based software platform called AWS for $739 million, according the Wall Street Post.

The purchase is one of the largest tech deals of the summer.

Amazon bought a company called CloudFlare for $5.9 billion in 2016, and AWS, which stands for “Amazon Web Services,” is a cloud computing platform that’s used by companies like Netflix and other online services.

The cloud-computing company offers a platform for developers and corporations to manage their data centers and services.

Amazon also acquired CloudFront, a cloud software provider that was acquired by Amazon in 2014.

Amazon is looking to get its own data centers to run its cloud services, and Amazon has a $9.7 billion market cap.


Intel Corp. to invest $1,100 billion in research and development: Intel has announced that it plans to spend $2 billion on new research and innovation this year.

The investment will focus on improving the technology that makes computers, software and devices.

The technology will help Intel customers, including businesses and consumers, build better products, faster and more cost-effectively, the company said.

The new Intel investment will also support research and technologies to help businesses, like research into cybersecurity, that can help companies reduce costs and increase profits.


Facebook will open its new headquarters in China: Facebook’s decision to open its first ever Chinese headquarters comes a day after the company announced it would open a new research facility in Shanghai.

Facebook is opening its headquarters in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen, which is already home to some of the most highly-profitable technology companies in the country.

The Chinese government has been slow to open up its economy and is reportedly hesitant to allow foreign firms to set up in the nation.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has also said that the new campus in Shenzhen is part of a larger plan to bring more of the world’s technology to the U.S. 6.

Facebook’s $100 million deal with Cisco: Facebook will get $100m in funding from Cisco in the company on a $500m cash infusion, according The Wall St. Journal.

The funding will be used to build an innovative platform for