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West makes his bromance with the president official on Twitter -- and even manages to rope in Silicon Valley. But is he really losing Twitter followers?
Lightroom profiles offer new color editing and styling options, and now you can create your own profiles for the photo editing and cataloging software.
Ten years ago, the first Iron Man film opened with an un-ironic MySpace reference. Oh, how times have changed.
The maker of wireless speakers could have a market value of $3 billion after going public, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Mark Zuckerberg’s social network is going through the biggest crisis of its existence. But it’s still making gobs of money.
The company is committed to increasing profit margins by focusing on more popular trucks and SUVs going forward.
The company sees a reversal of losses from a year ago, with a strong number of new prepaid customers. And its DirecTV Now service is gaining momentum. Earnings, however, missed expectations.
The social network takes its first steps to send video using a new technology that can cut your data use, improve quality, and deliver videos faster.
A company in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, makes artisan wood cases that aren't cheap. But they are unique.
After a controversy over disturbing clips on the child-focused app, Google-owned YouTube says it's rolling out new safety options.
The first vehicle from the new brand is an electric crossover that appears to be based on the HR-V.
Kanye West’s return to Twitter after nearly a year away has taken a very unexpected turn.
Winds of Winter won't be out this year, but a massive Targaryen history will hit bookstores before the end of 2018.
The OnePlus 6 (and its notch) debuts on May 16. Here's what we expect to see.
Former Republican FCC Chairman Kevin Martin will take the lead on US lobbying efforts for Facebook in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Whatever Apple goes with, analysts say the names will be nice and simple.
When you're Elon, there's no reason stop with electric cars, rockets, flamethrowers and tube transportation.
An AI system called Corti listens in on distress calls for signs of a heart attack and feeds info to human dispatchers. It's headed for wider testing later this year.
Two lucky winners will be able to project their navigation, infotainment and more, all within their line of sight with Hudly Wireless. This promotion ends May 9, 2018.
The German technology supplier believes it has nailed the problem of diesel emissions using artificial intelligence.