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After a swift backlash, Verizon has removed a video highlighting the "first responders who rely on us" from YouTube.
The computer from the '80s comes back to life with 64 retro games.
Silicon Valley isn't as against defense projects as it might seem, if Luckey's new company is any indication.
This time it's Senator John A. Barrasso from Wyoming who's leading the charge.
From the co-creator of Android comes a phone that'll respond for you, according to report.
This may be the next Samsung Galaxy A9.
Air Force pilots share a grim inside look at the monster storm threatening Florida's Gulf Coast.
The AR headset maker will be able to test apps and devices on a 5G network.
Turns out a solar eclipse can have an unexpected effect on the little buzzers. "It was like 'lights out' at summer camp."
Manipulated hardware was uncovered in a corporate network server, according to Bloomberg.
The company has released a fix for iOS and Android users.
The latest batch of fast radio bursts could help us better understand the universe.
GM's all-new downsized engine delivers ho-hum fuel economy.
A patent filing from Amazon considers Alexa gaining awareness of your emotional and physical state.
Apparently we're all really into Ed Sheeran.
So that's why John Lithgow is trending on Twitter.
Intrepid livestream cameras in Florida are capturing the tense moments of Hurricane Michael's arrival.
The feature will be available to all PS4 users in early 2019.
The recall comes after a GT caught fire overseas.