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What's on your weekend shopping list? Roku, Apple, and Nintendo have a few ideas.
The car company says it developed its own computer chip, taking it one more step toward vertically integrating its autonomous driving technology.
Disinformation, misinformation, and social media hoaxes have evolved into high-stakes information war. But our frameworks for dealing with them have remained the same.
A new partnership with GlaxoSmithKline drew intense scrutiny from customers, reflecting eroding public trust in companies' ability to protect private information.
SpaceX and Boeing are vying to take the first US crew members to the ISS. Now they know who'll be on board.
The string of breakthrough products has slowed, and history shows it's hard for the winners in one era to succeed in the next era.
Facebook is the latest tech company to hop aboard the “digital wellness” train. We discuss on this week's Gadget Lab podcast.
And his 'Christopher Robin' costar Hayley Atwell doesn’t know if she’s rejoining the Marvel universe, either.
Packed with automated features that make flying and filming fun and easy, the $800 DJI Mavic Air is our top pick.
There's plenty to catch up on, including Valve remembering that they can actually make games.
Urgent care centers, emergency departments, and clinics are over-prescribing antibiotics. Can they reform without alienating their "customers": patients?
For companies like JPay, the business model is simple: Whatever it costs to send a message, prisoners and their families will find a way to pay it.
A software program from Primer scours news articles and scientific journals for women scientists who don't have entries in the online encyclopedia.
Airbnb: great for travelers, and even better for putting a robot's new manipulation skills to the test.
Brookstone has declared bankruptcy, and will shutter its 101 retail locations in malls across the United States.
No matter how long the hiatus, you're just one book away from reconnecting with reading—and the key might just be a failure past.
The Democratic National Committee will award $500 to the child who comes up with the best defensive strategy for state election websites at Def Con next week.
These headphones won’t fail—or fall out—when you’re dripping with sweat on the final sprint.
Covering hateful memes plays into their makers’ hands. But not covering them seems neglectful. So what's to be done?
Is it fast? No. But Microsoft's Surface Go packs in tons of features you'll love.