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Infrared sensors working with its front-facing camera could play a role in facial recognition or iris scans.
The refurbished devices would allegedly arrive as early as June.
The shipping giant outfits an electric truck with a drone launch pad to test drone-assisted delivery.
The Aura quadcopter ditches a traditional stick controller or smartphone for a glove that lets you fly with a wave of your hand.
Computer networks at the Department of Homeland Security's appear to experience a hiccup of unknown origin.
Virtual navigation buttons would show up on the screen's bottom edge.
Here's a picture of a bunch of people who are about to start running for their lives.
DC's "Justice League", Disney's Star Wars franchise along with many other films and TV shows are getting toy incarnations that are being shown off at the New York Toy Fair.
The famed entrepreneur, rapper and author will invest in other entrepreneurs. When does he sleep?
You can almost hear the shade Uber's throwing at the state of California.
"Alexa, reassure me that buying this new gadget won't harm the environment."
The store of the future might not have human cashiers, but people will be there to make sure your alcohol purchase is legal.
She even got to drive the BladeGlider! No fair.
Michael Paull, one of the minds behind Amazon Prime video, will now be in charge of Major League Baseball's popular streaming service.
Some fans are uncertain about the upcoming stand-alone film, but at least we can recognize Chewbacca.
Forget unboxing videos. An egg-opening video caught the internet's attention with a bizarre secret.
After its disclosures about massive security breaches, Yahoo apparently wasn't worth the original $4.83 billion price tag.
Also on the show: another Uber scandal, and Verizon and Yahoo agree on new deal terms.
Social Cues: Also trending on Twitter are a riot in Sweden and deaths along Libya's shore.
You... probably don't want the front driveshaft disconnecting at speed.