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The Cassini spacecraft is long gone, but it's still helping scientists make new discoveries about the giant planet.
It's a bit different than the grocery delivery robots we've covered in the past.
Spoiler-free: Twenty years in the making, the sequel to Unbreakable ain't no Marvel movie.
Apple is the only smartphone company that buys a standalone modem, CTO James Thompson testified in the FTC case Friday.
The Ram HD's new Sport package ditches some chrome and adds parking sensors.
The retail giant will focus on its Vudu division instead.
Germanium, discovered in 1886, is not included on the chart.
The official week 7 Fortnite challenges are here and we can help you get through a few more tiers of your Battle Pass.
Sophie Alpert, a Facebook engineering manager, said in an internal post that she was targeted for calling out the company's lack of diversity, CNBC reports.
The car sharing will require a number of owners to get on board with the idea.
Verizon customers will be able to sign on starting in March.
The Chinese telecom giant's 5G tech sales have come under scrutiny.
"We'd certainly talk about it," Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey told The Huffington Post.
We don't yet know when the cars will hit US dealers, but we'd guess that it's coming soon.
The CEO says the cuts are related to challenges with the Model 3 last year.
From Las Vegas to Chattanooga, Amazon starts the new year evangelizing all things Alexa.
A federal appeals court denied the FCC's request to delay the suit challenging the agency's right to roll back net neutrality rules.
Samsung Galaxy S10 rumors and facts: Feb. 20 launch, Snapdragon 855, 5G possibilities and everything we know about specs, features and price - CNET
Will screen protectors block the rumored in-display fingerprint scanner?
It also packs a portable energy storage system based on used Leaf batteries.
The US courts' investigation into criminal matters stemming from the VW Group's emissions cheating scandal has expanded dramatically.