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The head of tech giant Microsoft says faster machines are needed to solve difficult computing problems.
Several vehicles from the 1990s were discovered during work to dismantle Edinburgh's "car park of the future".
DJI releases a drone that it says is about half the size and weight of its bestselling Mavic Pro.
The streaming service adds more than 8 million members in the last three months of 2017.
The Amazon-owned games streaming service wins a court battle versus a service selling fake views.
The company's chief operating officer, Anthony Noto, joins social lender SoFi as chief executive.
The flick is the smallest unit of time larger than a nanosecond.
Elon Musk's Boring Company has presented its LA transport tunnel plans for Culver City.
Healthcare providers can choose to store patient data overseas in Europe and the US.
With more than 100m subscribers, Netflix has come a long way since starting as a DVD rental company in 1998.
The chip maker tells customers to stop installing patches for two serious flaws that expose key data.
The capsule can measure gas levels and transmit this information to a mobile phone app.
Hawaii's governor says a failure to remember his Twitter details delayed a corrective message.
Graphics-card makers seek to limit sales of hardware as crypto-coin miners snap up supplies.
Logan Paul's brother Jake has spoken for the first time about a controversial video Logan put on YouTube.
The move is aimed at preventing cryptocurrencies being used for crimes such as money laundering
Gender equality is high on the Davos agenda this year, but does the elite gathering have its own issue?
For many people in remote regions access to healthcare is limited, so tech is coming to their aid.
Rupert Murdoch says newspapers are not being properly paid by the social network for their content.
No tills? No problem. Inside Amazon's new, fully automated store, which has no checkouts.