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The company says it expects to become Austin's biggest private employer.
A leaked email sent to Uber bosses by a staff member arrived days before a car hit and killed a pedestrian.
Beliebers voting against YouTube Rewind seem to have helped the video rack up negative feedback.
Superfast 5G mobile connectivity may not be able to reach inside buildings. Could light help?
The president says he could act for the good of US trade, as Canada releases Meng Wanzhou on bail.
The woman says if companies were able to spot she had been pregnant, they should also have realised she was bereaved.
A robot has featured on Russian TV but turns out to be a man in a suit.
The struggling retailer posts a £440m loss after it writes down the value of its Carphone Warehouse brand.
A government-backed scheme for supplying medicine brings accusations of a "high-tech vanity project".
What is a digital certificate and why do they expire?
Evelyn Berezin put the Data Secretary on sale in 1971, creating a new industry.
Twitter's chief executive says he needs to learn more about the plight of the Rohingya in Myanmar.
A question about why typing "idiot" into Google throws up pictures of President Trump sees the term trend.
But uSwitch survey says homes in a Birmingham avenue have the fastest access.
The BBC investigates a $10bn (£8bn) Pentagon contract to store sensitive data in a cyber-cloud.
Google's Chief executive Sundar Pichai answered questions about the company in front of US lawmakers.
The photo network’s filters don’t always halt posts that can promote anorexia and bulimia.
Firm's UK search results also featured the World Cup, Bitcoin and Black Panther highly.
A Canadian court releases Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou on bail, as the US seeks her extradition.