Nobody wants these dumb meat-sack bodies anymore. Now TV is asking if what replaces them will be any better.
It might just buy exclusive rights to image it doesn't want out there.
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A new book presents a 30 day program for handling cell phone addiction.
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As concerns mount over the uses of data, some in the field are trying to forge ethical guidelines.
Google is leaning on Rick Osterloh to completely rewrite its strategy for hardware, with one core goal: Put its virtual assistant everywhere in people's lives.
The co-writer of Grateful Dead hits fought for the internet's highest ideals and co-founded the Electronic Frontier Foundation. He was also an unforgettable friend.
A calm ex-Uber CEO waves away suspicious communications, and Waymo hasn't quite connected the dots.
But CEO Elon Musk is as optimistic as ever that the problems are only temporary.
Infraud may not have been as famous as dark web markets like the Silk Road and Alphabay, but it far outlasted both.
A new twist on the classic Nigerian Prince scheme has jumped from gaming communities to Twitter. And now it's spreading.