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Several Amazon originals make their return, including the only superhero television show available online. Well, the only one with a sidekick dressed as a moth.
But the phone may still process power more efficiently.
Starting with race-prepped Tesla P100Ds, EPCS hopes to bring electric touring car racing to the masses soon.
As the home rental company's CFO steps down, Belinda Johnson is promoted to chief operating officer.
They say Jony Ive’s designs for Apple will reside in museums someday -- and that’s probably true -- but PC modders all over the world have raised their own computer cases to the level of art.
Smart speakers have grown in popularity over the past few years. But as cyber security and hacking scandals mount, does it concern you that they can hear everything you're saying?
Look out behind you, Curiosity. Mount Sharp wants in on your Mars selfie.
A trailer for the psychological thriller shows the gritty consequences of digital stalking.
Commentary: Here's what I hope the adaptation of the dystopian sci-fi novel keeps -- and cuts out. Yes to AI-controlled Hendrix Hotel. No to unsexy sex.
You can also, finally, play music from your own music library on Google's smart speaker.
No mods needed.
The company has spent the past year racking up partnerships with big names like Google, Amazon and Apple to make its smart appliances appeal to a broader audience than competitors.
Here's what the rumors and "leaked" renders tell us.
It claims all its AV work was done in simulations and something called "shadow mode."
The number of customers for the network's online channel has more than doubled since last year, says a report.
The app is part of YouTube's duel with Facebook, as the two giants race to lure video viewers in regions where mobile internet is more of a luxury.
Apple had temporarily pulled the encrypted messaging apps because of inappropriate content. They've returned.
On today's podcast, we talk about Facebook earnings, Twitter bots, home security for your internet of things gadgets, and Intel drones.
We visited Mazda's Irvine, Calif. R&D facility to check out the automaker's next-generation engine tech.
Heads up, y'all. A spot-on spoof video advertises a Southern version of Alexa with proper manners and a penchant for burlap.