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At a splashy event in San Francisco, the Facebook-owned photo service announces a bigger push into video.
Leaders across Silicon Valley called the policy "cruel" and "heartbreaking."
The president signed an executive order that changes the administration's application of immigration rules.
Show him the money? Wait, wrong Tom Cruise movie.
If the report is true, don't expect to see more standalone films such as Solo: A Star Wars Story hitting your galaxy any time soon.
Puppets are coming to Apple's growing slate of original content.
The game is a reward for fans -- if you can stay alive.
Machines that think better are a huge deal in computing these days.
The California State Assembly had a proposal with the strongest net neutrality laws ever. But key amendments have "mutilated" the rules.
Will the fourth time around be the biggest change ever?
The actor gives the president's thoughts a menacing supervillain vibe at Stephen Colbert's request.
Genesis, Kia and Hyundai sweep the metaphorical podium with 1, 2 and 3 rankings.
Instagram taps longer videos, California's net neutrality bill may get watered down and Disney comes back with a richer Fox bid.
Plus, you get $100 credit if you preorder either phone.
Meanwhile, Silicon Valley leaders have spoken out against the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy toward migrant families crossing into the US.
The game has been pulled from multiple platforms.
Governor John Hickenlooper signed an executive order setting the state down the path to more stringent emissions standards.
Using a physical keyboard again is going to be harder than I remembered.
Martin Tripp is accused of hacking into systems to steal "several gigabytes of Tesla data."
You won't find a notch on this phone.