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The rivalry to build the next-generation wireless network is partly a matter of national ego, but faster speeds and greater data capacity will give businesses real advantages.
While ditching TLS 1.0 encryption will benefit the payments ecosystem, it'll be rough going for those with older devices.
The applications of gene editing tech will be shaped by the values of the societies that wield it.
Nationwide, K-12 schools are leading an oh-so-green zero-energy building boom.
With broccoli being packed full of antioxidants and not enough Australians consuming their leafy greens, experts believe that adding a specially formulated broccoli powder to coffee will help.
The Facebook-owned company is considering a global extended 'vertical video' feature. The app's current video time limit is 60 seconds in Instagram feeds and 15 seconds in Stories.
Boston Dynamics CEO Marc Raibert, based in Waltham, Massachusetts, has given a rare interview on his plans to commercialise the firm's terrifying robots.
Popular genealogy site MyHeritage announced Monday that a 2017 breach compromised the emails and disguised passwords of 92 million users, but claims its DNA databases are safe.
At the automaker’s annual shareholder meeting, the CEO struck a conciliatory note while providing updates on Model 3 production, Autopilot, Tesla's Supercharger network, veganism, and more.
The skeleton of the extinct reptile was dug up at the Gogolin quarry fossil site in Poland by researchers from the Park of Science and Human Evolution in Krasiejow.
The Tokomak reactor hit 15 million degrees Celcius (59m°F) during a test at a facility in Oxfordshire as part of preparations to hook it up to the UK's energy grid by 2030.
A US Army research center has developed an algorithm that can figure out an ideal dosage of caffeine to maximize alertness when tired from lack of sleep.
Apple's Face ID could soon be able to recognize two different people. A look at Apple's new mobile software, iOS 12, reveals that it has the option for iPhone X users to set up another Face ID user.
Facebook has launched a new feature called 'Lip Sync Live'. Similar to how Facebook Live already works, the new feature allows a user to broadcast a live video to their friends list.
Humans take turns when talking and an international team of researchers, led by the universities of Sheffield and York, have found that many different species also have this 'turn-taking' ability.
A secretive unit of the internet giant is believed to be focusing on a variety of health issues, including cancer research and medical records, as well as other areas like logistics, CNBC reported.
No one onstage at WWDC yesterday used the phrase "smart glasses." They didn't have to.
A group of Google employees are calling for the firm to link executive pay with its ability to meet diversity goals. They will present the proposal at Alphabet's annual shareholder meeting.
A Chinese company developed $499 shoes with a hoverboard on each foot. InMotion Hovershoes X1 are essentially two self-balancing hoverboards.
Amazon pulled the smart toy CloudPets from its online stores after complaints. Mozilla contacted the company yesterday with evidence of new security flaws.