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The AI company Elon Musk co-founded two years says the move will "eliminate a potential future conflict."
Snowman's sequel to the already amazing Alto's Adventure from 2015 has finally arrived, and new tricks, new scenery and an amazing soundtrack make it worth the wait.
Luke Skywalker's come a long way from Tatooine. The actor who plays him will be honored on a famed L.A. landmark.
Qualcomm says a revised acquisition offer from Broadcom makes a bad deal worse. A successful buyout would create a chip behemoth.
Once the agency publishes its order repealing the 2015 rules, it starts the clock for legal challenges and last-ditch congressional action to preserve the old regulation.
Updated guidance offers suggestions on how and when public companies should disclose breaches and risks.
Commentary: In an interview with Fast Company, Apple's CEO insists that what other companies do is irrelevant to Cupertino.
Talk-show host Ellen DeGeneres quizzes the Microsoft co-founder on grocery store prices. Man knows his dental floss.
WhatsApp co-founder and former Facebooker Brian Acton is putting millions into the encrypted-chat app and will head up a new foundation devoted to furthering privacy.
Commentary: A Brigham Young University invitation for women to come and learn more about math has a singular focus. And it gives the math department a good laugh.
The Seattle-based startup, which debuted its sous vide device on Kickstarter, will close over the next 12 months.
NASA's Phoenix lander is long dead and now the Martian elements are giving it a good dusting over.
Heart-rate-sensing games, audio feedback loops, and dangly food helmets: Welcome to Game Night 2018.
Why? Because the digital era has made crime easier than ever, says a new report from McAfee and the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
ITM removes the need to attach an EZPass or FasTrak to your windshield.
Scientists have looked into the feasibility of lovable droids like BB-8 and R2-D2, and find they're good for more than just pushing a plot forward.
Pups are peeing on the computers and life at Pied Piper is pretty much its normal chaotic state as season 5 approaches.
The company is adapting the first book in Iain M. Banks' Culture series for Prime Video.
The social network’s big conference is where CEO Mark Zuckerberg gives his biggest speech of the year.
T'Challa's world, and the huge crowds eager to visit it, inspire a voter-registration drive dubbed "Wakanda the Vote."