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Some people are complaining about the Pixel 2 XL's screen. But the issue isn't as straightforward as it sounds.
The actor credits the now-defunct Napster music-sharing network with spurring his interest in tech.
In response to reports Russians attempted to influence the election by buying online ads, Sen. John McCain joins two Democratic senators in backing The Honest Ads Act.
The US Federal Aviation Administration says the news network can make routine flights of unmanned aerial vehicles over people.
Commentary: Jonathan Mann took it upon himself to chuckle at how vulnerable the MacBook Pro's space bar is to, well, dust.
Reps. Keith Ellison and John Conyers send the social media company a letter asking it to outline its policies on hate speech and advertising.
The Samsung 360 Round is also about the size of a Roomba.
A tweet by a self-driving car engineer appears to show the system Apple is working on for its own Titan autonomous car project.
With iOS 11, the iPhone maker offers detailed airport floor plans for Miami, Portland, Chicago and more.
The first offering from Volvo Cars' new Polestar division will likely be offered for sale after all, and it'll probably cost over $150,000.
Twitter took nearly a year to respond to an alert about a fake account that sent divisive tweets claiming to come from Tennessee Republicans, says a report.
From a heartbreaking image of a rhino to a gripping view of sperm whales, the winners of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition will open your eyes.
The ads, designed to spread fear about refugees, were targeted to swing states during the US presidential election, reports Bloomberg.
Fewer new companies are being valued at $1 billion, and VC Jenny Lee thinks some existing unicorns won't survive.
Global warming is killing one of the world's natural wonders. Home to 9,000 species, the death of the reef could hurt more than its coral.
Along with unveiling its Bixby 2.0 digital assistant, the company says it's working on a project to make dumb products internet-connected.
We're killing one of the world's most spectacular natural wonders. It's not too late to change.
The Pixel 2 and the iPhone 8 Plus battle it out to determine which phone's camera does better portraits, landscape selfies and low-light shots.
A devastating view of a rhino wins the 2017 Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition and is joined by stunning images of elephants, bears and birds.
Fake news appears to be popping up everywhere, even on the websites designed to stop it.