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The Echo Show clarifies Amazon's vision of the future of computing, the NYTimes reports.
Deepak Krishnamurthy told CNBC that blockchain will complement SAP's supply chain business.
Yao Zhang, the founder of robotics firm RoboTerra, says companies need to get serious about data.
Western Digital has put in a new bid for Toshiba's memory business ahead of the latter's annual meeting. Michael Robinson, Moneymorning.com, weighs in.
Elon Musk's company proposes building a 67,222-square-foot hanger south of its Cape Canaveral launch site to turnaround recovered Falcon boosters.
$50 for 130 games, starting in August.
The company’s Watson team is embarking on a lobbying push to address what it sees as an incorrect, “dystopian” view of AI.
The company's Board of Directors will begin searching for his replacement immediately.
The company plans to appeal the fine and penalties levied against it by the EU on Tuesday.
André Borschberg, chief executive of Solar Impulse, says electric propulsion technology can address criticisms of the aviation industry.
The political pressure on the companies has raised the prospect of new legislation at EU level.
Ask not what you must do for your gadget, The Verge Reports.
Google's Tango is about the future whereas Apple's ARKit is about the present. The Verge Reports.
Iridium's chief lauded Elon Musk as a visionary and disruptor as SpaceX's completed its 2nd launch in 48 hours.
Amazon will know what's in your refrigerator already, and can send it to you automatically.
Elon Musk's space company is attempting to be the first to both launch and land two different rockets within a 48-hour window.
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