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Yubico has finally gotten the green light from Apple to make a hardware authentication token that works on iPhones and iPads.
In the sea of consumer products that is CES 2019, a few gems stand out. This is the neatest tech we've seen at the show.
That number has doubled since 2015, but Uber and Lyft have made little progress on their bigger goal: attracting regular riders.
Sensors embedded in the hive let beekeepers assess the health of their pollinators via the internet.
From fantastic IP-crossing adventures to all-new exosuit epics, our consoles and PCs have plenty to look forward to this year.
As federal scientists sit at home, the many industries that rely on them are already beginning to feel their absence.
The glass company can't just melt silica. The process involves glass soot particles and a grain silo of sorts.
Gathering health care data is much easier for Chinese companies than for their US counterparts—a boost for machine-learning algorithms.
The special counsel has lots of unfinished business on his to-do list this year, including a final report. Here's a rundown.
Weeks after introducing Foveros, its 3-D logic stacking technology, Intel has shown off a motherboard that puts it to use.
The automaker's CES concept uses multiple modes of locomotion to move through any territory.
The company behind the V-22 Osprey and V-280 Valor brings its experience to the pie-in-the-sky flying car industry.
Unveiled today at CES, the LiveWire will hit 60 mph in 3.5 seconds and cover 110 miles between charging stops.
From 'Pose' to 'Jane the Virgin', mothers on TV are getting much more complex—and that's a good thing.
And 'Aquaman' continues to rule the box office.
This year's CES, one of the biggest consumer tech showcases in the world, starts Monday morning. Join us for live updates from the show in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Using the videogame's training mode, you can figure out the rules governing how the various characters jump and move.
Bitcoin is a prime example of how Silicon Valley touts "democratization" and "decentralization" as righteous motives when wealth is the ultimate goal.
Is your New Year's resolution to consume more 'Star Wars' content? The universe has delivered.
Samsung shows off new televisions at CES, and says iTunes will soon join its smart TV offerings.