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Two official trials have begun for AirGig, technology to send internet data along power lines and into your home.
The antivirus software has been prohibited on US government networks due to concerns of Russian government influence.
It's fun, but it doesn't work beautifully on Microsoft's game console yet.
The first space rock to visit from beyond our solar system looks a little bit like a spaceship, so scientists are checking it for alien signals.
The president reinstates FAA rules struck down by an appeals court earlier this year.
GM's luxury brand rages against bland interiors with this sporty new setup.
At the Inclusion in Tech conference, a panel says that though women are speaking up about harassment in Silicon Valley, there’s still a ways to go.
Some familiar faces will be along for the ride, as well.
"Star Wars: The Last Jedi" spoiler-free review: Heart-rending yet seriously funny, director Rian Johnson's visually stunning addition to the beloved franchise will be hard to top.
The translucent substance literally offers a window for seeing back millions of years. Here, a few of the most amazing sights the fossilized resin has sealed in time.
Previewing the new G’s roomier confines before its Detroit Auto Show debut.
Synaptics announced that its new scanner is entering mass production with a top-five manufacturer.
Fascinating amber samples from 99 million years ago show even dinosaurs weren't immune to the blood-sucking pests.
The ride-hailing company works to make things better with drivers by asking for their opinions and advice.
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The Beijing giant positions itself to comply with tough new air quality goals.
Chamath Palihapitiya says social media sites "are destroying how society works." His former employer disagrees.
Apple's new feature can be used by developers for new apps that haven't been published in the App Store before.
Surge pricing rears its ugly head for one unfortunate Canadian.
We talk about Thursday's FCC vote, the Google Home Max and Apple buying Shazam.