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Commentary: Evan Spiegel doomed his app to fail the second he thought it deserved all the money it received.
Emergency dispatchers say they've received about 1,600 false alarm calls from the California center in the past few months.
Commentary: In a meeting with state and local officials in Florida, the president cites violent video games and movies as "shaping young people's thoughts."
Samsung is revealing its answer to the iPhone X on Sunday in Barcelona. Here's how you can follow along.
The "Parks and Recreation" team isn't happy about the NRA using a Leslie Knope GIF in its Twitter feed.
A remodel means the lodgings company will start catering to wealthier clients. It's also adding new rental types, like vacation homes and boutique hotels.
Elon Musk's company launches two prototype satellites it hopes will be the first of thousands more beaming internet access anywhere in the world.
A 600-horsepower electrified coupe will make any auto show better.
The M&O Electronics MOOH-BE00BT Beryllium Acoustic Bluetooth headphone somehow won over the hard to please Audiophiliac.
The upgraded headphones will have a wireless chip for managing Bluetooth connections. You'll also be able to call up Siri without tapping the AirPods.
The lawsuit follows a suit filed last month by James Damore, author of the infamous “Google Memo.”
The small Atlantic island of Porto Santo is getting a big technological leg up, thanks to a pilot program by the Renault Group.
The company released a headset reference design based around its latest chip for phones and standalone headsets for all your realities.
We'll have to wait at least one more day to see Elon Musk's planned "Starlink" global internet service get off the ground aboard a Falcon 9 rocket.
If Alexa isn't fitting well with your decor, wrap her in a lovely sleeve of Toast. Plus: return of the $10 label-maker!
ARM is introducing a new line of chips called Kigen, that will allow for SIM cards in IoT devices. That means connecting online without Wi-Fi, and possibly through 5G.
Ministry of Supply's thermostat-equipped Mercury Intelligent Heated Jacket promises to be ready by the holiday. Here's what it's like to wear.
The limited edition statue is designed by special make-up effects creator Rick Baker.
The metal is essential to production of batteries for smartphones and electric cars.
The show's geeks will do anything to meet the Microsoft co-founder -- even though he's gotten punchy with Sheldon before.