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The senators want the e-commerce giant to share anti-union materials that it reportedly distributed to Whole Foods management.
Actors Charlie Cox, Deborah Ann Woll, Joanne Whalley and Elden Henson hint at the hell their characters will go through in the Netflix show.
Adobe Max sneak peeks show AI and automation abilities for font styling, video cropping, illustration morphing and video subject selection.
A lawsuit says the social network knew about the inflated metrics long before admitting it.
The TV streamer is adding a dark theme to its web experience.
From brainwave-controlled cat ears to a USS Enterprise sushi set, these weird Amazon Black Friday sales are way better than a discount TV.
It wasn't easy to get that goo where it needed to go. Venom's VFX supervisor, Paul J. Franklin, explains it all for you.
This kid-friendly version of the King Arthur legend promises Picard, but the preview doesn't deliver.
The M1 Abrams is one of the most formidable vehicles in military history, and a new generation is on the way with massive tech upgrades.
The so-called HD-LCD headlights are being tested now.
How would you like a supercharged 6.8-liter V8 in your Camaro?
The biggest music-streaming service comes to smartwatches running on Google's software.
The Safety Toolkit is heading to two dozen countries.
The new browser also has better web apps, fingerprint authentication and AV1 video.
Spoiler: Not so great out the gate. Also: How Pixel 3's camera stacks up, and Netflix's earnings.
The Big Lebowski, Married With Children, and a bonanza of Bond films.
Less weight, more downforce and more exclusivity.
The state's attorney general has subpoenaed several industry and advocacy groups.
You won't find glacial flour at a bakery.
The move comes after Facebook revealed hackers stole personal info from 29 million of its users.