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Google has been asked several times since 2012 to help unlock Android phones, just days after a tussle between Apple and the FBI ended.
The world has yet to see Tesla's latest vehicle, the Model 3 — but that hasn't stopped everyone from lining up to order it.
Two hedge fund "quants" have come up with an algorithm that diagnoses heart disease from MRI images.
Early indications of stronger-than-expected sales of new Galaxy S7 smartphones suggest Samsung is emerging from a two-year decline in mobile.
Microsoft's artificial intelligence (AI), Tay, reappeared on Twitter on Wednesday after being deactivated for posting offensive messages.
Taiwan's Foxconn Wednesday agreed to acquire Sharp at a big discount to its original offer after a month of wrangling.
Sony is launching a 4K Ultra High-Definition movie-streaming service next week but it's not cheap.
Big-cap tech innovators are poised to reap benefits from the commercialization of artificial intelligence and machine learning, Cathie Wood says.
Instagram users can now post videos of up to a minute in length as the Facebook-owned social service looks to lure in advertisers.
French newspapers are banning people using adblockers from accessing their sites, a move denounced as "hysteria" by one adblocking firm.
Apple refused to help the FBI crack an iPhone out of fear that a backdoor would exist for hackers. The government's workaround is a concern.
Nearly 30 percent of requests to remove copyrighted material are of questionable validity.
The Uber business model, it seems, is losing some of its sheen and isn't one size fits all. Inside the shifting American workforce.
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