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There is nothing to suggest that LinkedIn’s problems in Russia reflect a politically-motivated crackdown, an end to basic internet freedoms, or the start of a wider anti-US corporate campaign.
The new "Star Wars: Rogue One" content for "Star Wars: Battlefront" is beautiful, dynamic but misses the mark in some key ways.
Final Fantasy XV has a never-ending litany of sidequests, which are genuinely some of the worst the RPG genre has seen in years. They’re so shockingly dull, uncreative and repetitive, that they may make your interest wane in the game overall.
The tech giant still isn't talking about what its automotive plans -- and who is on its auto team.
There are fewer 2017 I.I.H.S.Top Safety Pick+ winners due to headlights. When cars come with sophisticated safety features such as automatic emergency braking and some headlights swivel to see better around curves, why don't more headlights simply light up the roadway better without excessive glare?
Donald Trump has tapped a climate change skeptic to fight the wrong battle at EPA. Jobs will not come back to the coal or natural gas industries as long as fracking keeps getting more efficient and cheaper. The real growth opportunity is in clean energy.
I’ve skated, but I’m no skateboarder. I grew up a hockey player, so I’m used to ice skates and roller blades on my feet. In fact, my parents bought me a skateboard for my 14th or 15th birthday. After trying it several times without success, I wound up demoting it [...]
As the holiday season nears, don't forget something for those who dream of space, the stars and the Universe beyond this world.
The video streaming site DailyMotion has reportedly been hacked. A password dump is being circulated that contains details on around 85 million of the site's registered users.
The EU Commission is taking action against seven countries, including Germany, to force them to comply with EU emission rules in wake of damning Dieselgate revelations of cheating by automakers.
Not all app ideas have to be unique. In fact, if you discover your app idea is already taken, that could be a good thing. Here's why.
Enabling virtually any mobile device with the ability to run not only Windows 10 but also any native Windows software you own currently, is the proverbial holy grail for Microsoft.
Astronaut Mike Massimino will debut his new tome, "Spaceman: An Astronaut’s Unlikely Journey To Unlock The Secrets Of The Universe" at The Explorers Club Friday evening, Dec. 9, in New York. In addition to being first to “tweet” from space, the colorful spacemanhas appeared in six episodes of the TV sitcom [...]
If Colbert is PlayStation and Kimmel is Xbox, then Jimmy Fallon is certainly the Nintendo of late-night hosts, and he got the chance to show off 'Zelda: Breath of the Wild' running live on Switch for the first time.
Socialfly co-founder and co-CEO Courtney Spritzer explains the benefits of the service to Forbes contributor Simon Constable.
The landscape for chips in consumer PCs and servers is changing, and Qualcomm is becoming a bigger potential threat to Intel than ever before.
Sleep is a powerful ally when we're trying to remember, but an enemy when we'd rather forget, according to new research
Pebble is dead, but I just bought one anyway
Thanks to Amazon Go, grocery shopping is about to get a whole lot easier.
If you believe your people are a bottom line cost, then you are hiring the wrong people. A new report from Korn Ferry revealed employers now value technology over all other assets, including their employees. I’d like to counter this: I believe people are still your greatest and most valuable asset.