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Dallas, Atlanta and Waco, Texas, are the first of a dozen markets to get 5G later this year.
Commentary: "The Push" tries to see if social pressure can convince someone to commit murder.
Its new magnet technology dramatically reduces the need for expensive rare-earth minerals with little to no drop in performance.
AT&T won't get access to communications between the Justice Department and President Trump it claims influenced the decision to block its merger with Time Warner.
The show's geeks will do anything to meet the Microsoft co-founder -- even though he's gotten punchy with Sheldon before.
Everything from colors, camera upgrades to internal components are potentially exposed in this German report.
The Japanese automaker is investing heavily in a new test facility in its home prefecture in Japan.
Matt and Ross Duffer, the creators of the supernatural streaming hit, won't be moving out of Hawkins, Ind.
If they're right, we're looking forward to the camera most.
Seriously McD's, stop toying with us. Either release The Sauce, or don't.
The first Starlink satellites are set to launch aboard a Falcon 9 on Wednesday. It could be the start of a whole new way to share Elon Musk memes.
FurReal Friends Ultimate Co-pilot Chewbacca responds to your voice and touch and looks so cute when sleeping.
Humans are still in charge in a new video showing Boston Dynamics' SpotMini robo-dog getting yanked around with a hockey stick and a butt leash.
It's got more of what matters -- NACA ducts, mostly.
A study suggests take-home robots can help patients with COPD, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, stay on track.
The powered-up role-playing item includes sounds from "Avengers: Infinity War," Infinity Stones and articulated fingers.
We talk Samsung Galaxy S9 and 5G, as well as bitcoin and the "Free Money" guy from the '90s.
A week after the indictment of Russian nationals, the US attorney general requests a report on the risks of "the malicious use of technology."
The backlash against the crowdsourced navigation leader is reaching critical mass. Brian Cooley investigates.
The tweets came Friday. President Trump cited them Saturday. The apology came Monday.