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Yes, another one, but these have the all-important earloop to keep them in place during vigorous exercise. Plus: the cable-management board returns, a Bloom County comics bundle arrives and a sweet giveaway, er, arrives also!
No, Nissan will not build one for you, no matter how much you ask.
Its most expensive trim leapt upward more than $1,000, though.
The device, code-named Knight, could make the Echo more useful for video chats and online shopping.
Thankfully, a very small number of vehicles is believed to contain the defect.
The Cassini spacecraft lives on after an audacious plunge through the narrow opening between Saturn and its rings.
This minivan is as American as apple pie, baseball and heated political arguments on social media.
More than 800 companies and groups from the startup world sign a letter saying they want net neutrality rules to stay in place.
After fielding criticisms of mistreating their drivers, Uber will extend a benefits package to its drivers in the UK.
Vizio unveiled its 2017 range of audio gear this week which includes a portable wireless speaker in addition to new sound bars.
After discovering a problem with the latest Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft is temporarily blocking downloads of the update for some people.
Get the highlights before it's decided whether this high-stakes case will play out in private arbitration or public court.
Commentary: Expectations are high for Amazon's newest generation of voice-activated gadgets. With Google Home nipping at the Echo's heels, can Alexa rise to the occasion?
Swedish automaker's most important model will soon have a price tag.
Preorders for the ambitious Android phone with the QWERTY keyboard will begin as early as May 18.
As more videos involving murder and violence crop up on the social network, pressure is mounting for Facebook to gain control.
Commentary: My love affair with bike sharing was an emotional roller coaster ride that crashed.
A new report details how hackers could use your smart meter to figure out what you're doing at home -- and when you're out.
The average price to free your computer from ransomware used to be $294. It's more than tripled in the last year.
NextVR made sports history by broadcasting weekly NBA games in virtual reality. The next step is getting people to watch.