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Sony isn't pulling any punches when it comes to exclusive PS4 content in 2017.
Amazon says Alexa's responses are protected by the First Amendment in its battle to protect Echo data from government overreach.
The ink wasn’t even dry on the stunning deal that made Magic Johnson the Lakers’ new president of basketball operations when reporters, pundits and talking heads threw up their hot takes about how this will end in disaster for Los Angeles. Cartoon by Rob Tornoe.
You don't need to quit your job to travel the world. This digital nomad created a community to help you travel and work remotely.
Corporate finance can no longer simply provide an accurate accounting of the past; it has to provide the right data and analysis to drive future decisions.
Collaboration is becoming more complex, more connected and (some might argue) more convoluted. What collaboration is definitely becoming is more custom-tuned and 'composable'. Microsoft is currently in preview with Teams. This is a chat-based workspace designed to operate inside Office 365.
How Asian governments advance humanity’s infrastructure in outer space demands attention as never before.
The latest advances in data processing enable assisted or even autonomous driving. However, the big question is whether it should be our obligation to give up driving completely - not only in the interest of convenience but to save thousands of lives each year.
In the first of a four-part series, George Ziets, the Lead Area Designer for InXile's 'Torment: Tides of Numenera', talks about how a video game writer contributes to game development.
Telecom operators have saturated markets, and technologies like the smartphone have exponentially increased demand for wireless data. Only by choosing a strategy that plays to their strongest, most distinctive capabilities can operators hope to grow in this environment.
How the power of the cloud makes it possible to sentiment mine, machine translate, geocode and map a quarter billion news articles to map global happiness in 2016 as seen through the eyes of the world’s press
A dead watch wouldn’t reflect on HTC per se. World demand for wearable devices fell short of the widespread marketing-driven hype in 2014 and 2015.
New leaks of Samsung Galaxy S8, LG G6 and Huawei P10 show that phones always look better in black
This voice-controlled interactive whiteboard by Ricoh uses artificial intelligence by IBM-Watson to take notes, translate words into other languages and brings a new way to work collaboratively in corporate meetings.
Tesla says Model 3 production is on track for summer, with a ramp up to 10,000 cars per week by next year. If it delivers, that'll be the first time the company has hit delivery and production targets. But with an end to tax credits looming, will doing so make buyers happy?
Elon Musk's maverick car company plans big production push for first mass-market model, but avoids issuing production and sales guidance
Over the course of my work, I meet other entrepreneurs that inspire me. I'd like to share those stories with you. #LessonsFromInnovators
The wearable fitness tracker company expects declining sales and additional losses in the year ahead.
Fintech to a 20-something Londoner, or any young city-dweller, in my opinion, is commonplace and pedestrian. Checking your bank account or transferring money across accounts using a cellphone application has become as easy as posting a Facebook status or ordering an Uber.
Olya Petrova Jackson's Ab[Screenwear] makes wearable tech cool. She also poses an incredible amount of philosophical questions regarding our relationship to our own skin, technology, and the world around us.