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he says that facebook is developing ai to create a global democracy—kind of.
“assume both of us thought the airport issue was settled,” e-mail to mayor said.
company says it is on track to attempt a second launch on sunday.
fan noise and weak gpus are the biggest problem with an otherwise intriguing pc.
incredible box, and promising twist on "programmable" cards, aren't quite enough.
tech blog's founder says lawsuit seeks “to stifle debate, silence criticism.”
gm won’t sell self-driving cars to individuals, wants to deploy them in fleets.
public relations nightmare strikes just when drug makers try cleaning their image.
fda asks public for help as new food industry-funded org fights food-industry sway.
the media and pewdiepie keep calling each other out, and neither is totally wrong.
save on xps, gaming, ultra-portable and every other laptop you could want.
dems won when a judge ordered trove of pruitt e-mails released, but it didn’t last.
kaspersky researchers find android apps for connected cars soft targets for hackers.
nasa scientists took pains to emphasize the benefits of a longer orbit at jupiter.
foreign titles give the game away: episode viii will feature multiple jedi.
one-line fix for character model syncing error went undetected for a decade.
judge: "cox knew... its behavior was wrong, and continued in spite of that."
video losses in former twc areas offset by internet subscriber gains.
new jersey officer becomes enraged that he is being filmed during traffic stop.
the company has replaced the parts at issue with the second stage steering issue.
the company has replaced the parts at issue with the second stage steering issue.
spacex could pass a number of significant milestones in 2017.
"pro_mast3r" takes over server associated with campaign donations.
could be a fake, but chinese teardown lines up with official specs and older rumors.
rep. ted lieu and others ask chaffetz and cummings to look into "troubling reports."
case is far from over: dotcom's lawyers vow to press on to court of appeal.
you’ll remember new hero aloy—and her massive, explosive journey—for a long time.
the company has replaced the parts at issue with the second stage steering.
new 7.9, 9.7, 10.5, and 12.9-inch models are all said to be on tap.
roborace brought two devbots to buenos aires for a demonstration run.
susan fowler: during my first week, my manager wanted to sleep with me.
priced for professionals, velop only offers consumer configurability with so-so software.
deal struck after lengthy spat between search engines and entertainment industry.
video analysis at digital foundry confirms how square enix screwed this one up.
it looks like facebook, owner of whatsapp, is continuing to come after snapchat.
shooter sent selfie to gamer via snapchat—leading to his arrest.
all the evidence backs up a strong connection between guns and suicide risk.
switch carts take up only 1 percent of the space in their retail box.
critical infrastructure, media, and scientists targeted by suspected nation-state.
besides trade issues, manufacturers have also been opening southeast asian factories.
you don't need wireless earbuds yet, but you probably will in a few years.
yes, blizzard was still supporting xp and vista for the likes of wow and starcraft 2.
tech giant claims the ec isn't playing fair over its demands to pay ireland $13.7 billion.
despite early success, md anderson ignored it, broke protocols, spent millions.
you don't need wireless earbuds yet, but you probably will in a few years.
more flexible use of unlicensed lte spectrum helps speed up downloads.
can bigger roles for chris harris and rory reid save the ratings? we hope so.
new horizons followed five failed proposals to send hardware to pluto.
at&t says you'll love "more relevant" ads, but senators warn of higher prices.
foia request documents detail babies losing consciousness, seizing, dying.
company knocks $350 million off its purchase price.
the tally of "planets" under the proposed definition would be 110—and rising.
three ways to look at a topic that's notoriously hard to research: medicinal pot.
this modern-day version of the repo-man raises both safety and privacy concerns.
new modem keeps qualcomm a step ahead of intel and others.
its new flagship coupe comes as a roaring v8 or v6 hybrid.
oil giant and automaker hedge their bets on fossil fuel dependence.
in a series of studies, scientists got mixed results but the same conclusion.
samsung’s design department did some serious work to slim down the bezels.
lawsuit: “drivers are paid less than they are contractually entitled to.”
seriously, the polar caps are pretty interesting features.
$2,000 is a lot to ask for an i7 + gtx 1080—but few systems are this small and quiet.
details are scant, but a new project neon visual refresh is likely.
a 7-time astronaut has a nasa contract and is ready to prove the doubters wrong.
lawsuit: “drivers are paid less than they are contractually entitled to.”
in a series of studies, scientists got mixed results but the same conclusion.
coupon follows new lower price for free standard shipping without prime.
as google fiber scales back fiber builds, signs point to wireless expansion.
fourteen-episode 11th season of the show raised $6.5 million from fans.
purchases can apparently only be on one system at a time.
great science fiction has more than just technobabble and pretty special effects.
seriously, don't post violent threats on "anonymous" messaging apps.
days after the former oklahoma ag became epa administrator, the job gets complicated.
filming cops, 2-1 court rules, ensures that they "are not abusing their power."
and deals on 4k laptops, gaming bundles, cameras, and more.
law professor ahmed ghappour tells us about changing rights at the us border.
dell project will recycle “ocean plastic” into product packaging.
a small nonprofit caught these "dark" ocean vessels used for pirate fishing.
main headquarters replaces the '90s-era infinite loop campus.
less than 40 light years away, trappist-1 hosts a plethora of planets.
it's a uniquely challenging race, and that applies to broadcasting it, too.
finding "room for positivity and inclusiveness" in "a dark situation."
a cut corner, a retraced route on a bike, and the garmin tracker that exposed the lies.
t-mobile deploys lte-u tech that shares unlicensed spectrum with wi-fi.
and deals on 4k laptops, gaming bundles, cameras, and more.
tesla plans 3 more gigafactories, will have service, manufacturing expenses.
"such fourth amendment intrusions are [not] justified based on the facts articulated."
fiddling with a solid tablet, tiny joy-cons, and one extremely flimsy kickstand.
algorithm underpinning internet security falls to first-known collision attack.
verizon and t-mobile each claim best network, pointing to different tests.
forget 6-digit 2fa codes, just plug in a usb stick!
if you like running bleeding-edge software on expensive hardware, this one's for you.
search giant celebrates the discovery of an unusual planetary system.
it's called steam audio—but it doesn't even require steam to work.
rift-maker is working with khronos on developing a set of common vr apis.
in alleged fraud case, the two want to be separated so they can blame each other.
halo team leader says removing split-screen from halo 5 "eroded trust" with fans.
the man who once pretended to be a doctor explains identity theft to the health industry at himms.
lap times should be 3-5 seconds faster, but will the racing be any better?
as warmer arctics let killer whales roam farther, the effects could be dramatic.