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Certain Amazon products have an Amazon's Choice label. But how specific products get that designation remains something of a mystery.
Eye tracking and full-room motion sensing: Qualcomm's dev kit reference design for standalone VR could be a peek at where 2019 heads.
Growing buzz suggests new iPads before the end of the month.
Commentary: Suffering from Star Wars withdrawal symptoms? The new season of Disney's animated micro-webseries "Forces of Destiny" reveals some interesting secrets.
Wildlife officials at Ol Pejeta Conservancy euthanize the rare rhinoceros due to severe pain from health issues affecting his muscles and bones.
Brian Acton, who co-founded WhatsApp and sold it to Facebook for $19 billion, sent out a short tweet in which he said, "It is time."
You'll be seeing a lot less Pepe at Overwatch events, and from Overwatch pro players.
"Facebook's current app permissions leave billions of its users vulnerable," the nonprofit argues as a privacy crisis engulfs the social network.
Among his greatest contributions, Haro discovered the existence of flare stars -- red and blue stars that experience dramatic increases in brightness.
After a woman is killed by a self-driving car in Arizona, police investigate whether a human or the car was at fault.
During a London press conference, Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Chris Wylie talks about Facebook’s massive power.
The lawsuit accuses the company of making misleading statements that have led to a steep share price drop.
It’s GDC week, so we joined forces with GameSpot to give away consoles, SCUF Infinity1 controllers and even a PUBG crate. This sweepstakes ends March 31, 2018.
Commentary: Yesterday, it was a walk with a robot dog and beer pong. Now, Bezos appears to be stepping up his game.
Fans have been waiting for years to see Banjo-Kazooie in Super Smash Bros. Maybe now is the time?
The world's largest social network is at the center of an international scandal involving voter data, the 2016 US presidential election and Brexit.
The company, at the heart of the scandal involving the misuse of Facebook data, says Chief Data Officer Alexander Tayler will be acting CEO.
Commentary: A Bug's Land is out, Avengers are in. I've been on Hong Kong Disneyland's Iron Man Experience, and Disney has earned my trust on this one.
More than 400 tech executives and company founders have formed a coalition to push for more diversity in tech's venture capital industry.
The massive social platform appears to have lost control over user data, leading to a firestorm of red-hot #DeleteFacebook tweets.