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It could give Google's Duplex a run for its money.
If we're talking "tap-to-pay" services, anyhow.
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The CEO tells EU leaders the social network will continue to allow for a range of political views while combating bullying and hate speech.
"I asked you six yes and no questions and I got not a single answer."
A Falcon 9 from Elon Musk's rocket company aims to deliver seven satellites to their new home in space.
What happened in the US won't happen in Europe, the CEO tells EU leaders.
Scuf's Vantage controller packs in extra buttons like the Microsoft Elite does, and it ain't cheap.
The CEO of the world’s largest social network answers questions about the Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal.
What's even more gorgeous is the idea of a pan-European network of fast chargers.
Maybe it'd be easier for Matt Damon to grow potatoes there.
Are American drivers ready to accept autonomous cars and everything that comes along with them?
The retailer's new Total Tech Support membership program offers Geek Squad assistance for all of your gadgets and appliances -- no matter where or when you bought them.
The organization is working with Xbox for the event.
This is a super interesting and super sketchy look at the guts of a Tesla Model S battery pack that spent 10 whole days submerged in fresh water.
The classic shooter Unreal is 20 years old today, so Fortnite developer Epic is giving it away for free.
If there's a dinosaur in Loch Ness, they'll find it.
A new accessory called Bloxvox a muffles your phone conversations in an open office. Just don't share it.
And it will bring back Marc Summers along with new host Liza Koshy.
Why Apple needs a Watch face store, Zuck heads to the EU and Intel reveals a new flaw.