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The new $100 Xbox Adaptive Controller lets you plug in the gadgets you need. It's all about accessibility.
Samsung wants you to appreciate the little things in your smartphone.
The White House, much like the world, is split on the whole "Laurel or Yanny" fiasco.
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Service sought to incorporate viral meme into tweet about killing Taliban militants.
Gates was speaking to a crowd about his first two meetings with the US president, neither of which seemed to go too well.
Allegedly a part of the Syrian Electronic Army, they're also accused of targeting news agencies and NGOs.
This is a test, this is only a test, Verizon says.
In an about-face, Uber shows it's #TimesUp for forced arbitration that kept claims out of court. Still, class-action suits are off-limits.
The tests begin Thursday in the US, Mexico and Brazil.
Unlike Laurel and Yanny, you'll almost certainly be able to hear both.
Panel unanimously approves amendment upholding sanctions against the Chinese phone maker.
From an Xbox adaptive controller to Apple bringing coding tools to the blind and deaf, inclusivity is the topic of the day.
The meeting comes hot on the heels of Senate Democrats' vote to turn back the FCC's repeal of net neutrality.
This niche phone should now be easier to get.
Apple already said it was discontinuing its AirPort line. Now the AirPort Extreme Base Station is beginning to sell out for good.
As if ash and lava aren't enough.
This off-road overlanding SUV was designed based on input from Nissan’s online fans.