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The new feature will list local officials based on your location and provide fast access to follow or contact them.
The league's owners approve the Oakland Raiders relocation to Sin City and fans take to Twitter to share their joy and pain.
Social Cues: After United refuses to let two girls board a flight because they're wearing leggings, a battle breaks out on social media.
Amazon has reportedly delayed launching its physical retail store in Seattle due to technical difficulties.
Whatever this thing is, it looks like it might be all screen.
A collision between one of the company's robocars and a human-driven vehicle prompted a brief pause of Uber's autonomous program.
For our 200th episode, we talk about the story that NEVER DIES. Also, our wish list for the Galaxy S8.
The new feature creates a list of local officials based on your location and provides fast access to following or contacting them.
Hundreds of hours of work went into building a motorized Lego version of the Red Keep from "Game of Thrones" designed to move like in the show's opening credits.
The new connected home products focus on lighting, and should start showing up on Ikea showfloors as soon as this week.
Samsung opens the door to selling the Note 7 -- the device it recalled twice -- as a refurbished model overseas.
Say hello to his little friend.
Samsung may repair your cracked Galaxy S8 through its "Samsung Guard S8" program, according to a report.
Samsung hoped its new battery safety procedures would inspire the phone industry. Good luck with that.
"American Horror Story" plans to center an entire season around the 2016 election, and one previous cast member hopes to tackle Trump for her greatest role.
Jesse Custer, Tulip and Cassidy make their way to Hulu along with a boatload of movies.
A new Messenger feature announced Monday updates friends' locations on a map as they move.
It's possible to hook your red iPhone up with a totally black screen, but you'll need some parts, some tools and a willingness to void your warranty.
The Virtual Reality Company has announced its first family-friendly VR series will rollout to VR devices and cinemas in Spring 2017.
Amazon Prime sees the return of several Amazon originals including the critically acclaimed comedy, "Catastrophe."