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Should we be having sex with robots? It's a question that has sparked fierce debate among moralists and the robotics industry.
Gabe Blanchet, co-founder and CEO of Grove, delivers his 60 second pitch to a panel of experts.
Ginni Rometty discussed Tuesday how the tech giant is downsizing after 14 straight quarters of falling revenue.
A reptilian revolution has the potential to reshape manufacturing.
If you want help finding something to watch on the new Apple TV, Siri is at your service, Re/code reports.
Cambridge University chemists have created a battery that can hold five times more energy than today's batteries.
BSH Hausgerate (BSH) will sue Dyson, after the company accused the German manufacturer of cheating on energy consumption tests for it vacuum cleaners.
HELSINKI/ PARIS, Oct 29- Nokia, the world's No.3 network equipment maker, on Thursday reported stronger-than-expected profits as growth in China offset weaker demand in North America and Europe, and announced a new plan to return money to shareholders. The Finnish company also said it was on track to complete its proposed 15.6 billion euro Alcatel-Lucent...
Apple's iPhone 6S may be a letdown for the technology giant's suppliers, with analysts expecting cuts to production forecasts.
The company sold 48 million iPhones in the fiscal fourth quarter, as well as 9.88 million iPads.
Oct 22- Microsoft Corp reported a 6.6 fall in quarterly adjusted revenue, as a strong dollar hit sales from outside the United States and a weak personal computer market limited demand for its mainstay Windows operating system. Under Chief Executive Satya Nadella, Microsoft has been shifting its focus to software and cloud services as demand for the Windows...
Oct 22- Microsoft Corp reported a 6.6 fall in quarterly adjusted revenue, as a strong dollar hit sales from outside the United States and a weak personal computer market limited demand for its mainstay Windows operating system. The company's net income rose to $4.62 billion, or 57 cents per share, in the first quarter ended Sept. 30, from $4.54 billion, or 54 cents per...
With “Star Wars”, “Avengers” and “Spectre” hitting screens in 2015, the chief executive of IMAX is confident it will be a blockbuster year for cinema.
Tech start-up Zivix has found a way to string along guitar novices — with a new set of strings.
British vacuum brand, Dyson has begun legal action against German rivals Bosch & Siemens, claiming they've misled customers on their product testing.
Oct 21- Hard disk drive maker Western Digital Corp said it would buy memory chip maker SanDisk Corp for about $19 billion, the latest in a wave of consolidation in the chip-making industry. The cash-and-stock offer values SanDisk at $86.50 per share, or a total equity value of about $19 billion, using a five-day volume weighted average price ending on Oct. 20 of...
65 percent of Germans believe Volkswagen still builds “outstanding” cars and that the emissions scandal was overdone, a recent survey finds.
Hard disk drive maker Western Digital is in advanced talks to acquire memory chipmaker SanDisk, people familiar with the matter said.
Amit Daryanani, hardware analyst at RBC Capital Markets, explains why he expects IBM's transitional challenges to start easing at the end of 2017.
David Grossman, MD at Stifel Nicolaus, says that as the "legacy enterprise IT player," IBM has the most to lose as competitors transition to newer technologies.
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