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Blue Origin will attempt the 10th launch of its New Shepard rocket on Tuesday, in a mission which will send nine NASA research and development experiments into space.
Lovot was designed "to enhance levels of comfort and feelings of love," according to Groove X, and has can react to people's moods.
They say revenge is a dish best served cold. But for YouTube star Mark Rober, it's far better smart, stinky and covered in glitter.
A new report from the World Economic Forum found that the U.S. has the largest AI workforce, but also one of the largest AI gender gaps.
Following protests and Congressional queries, Google has effectively shelved its Dragonfly project to build a censored search engine in China, according to a new report by the Intercept, which first broke news of the project.
The deal could help medical distribution giant McKesson get a leg up in blockchain services.
Instagram could continue to be used by Russian trolls, researchers warn.
A report compiled on influence operations in the 2016 elections points to a wholesale effort to inflame sentiments on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Twitter, with some campaigns dating back to 2009.
The same tools that made Facebook effective for marketers enabled abuse by Russians.
Robinhood's attempt to launch a disruptive product offers some lessons for fintechs trying to break into a highly regulated industry.
Google will invest $1 billion in a new campus in New York City, the company announced on Monday.
Facebook and Twitter first disclosed Russian-bought ads last fall, revealing posts paid for in rubles and ratcheting up the number of users who saw the advertisements in the months that followed.
When reporters began to uncover evidence of Russian disinformation efforts, the trolls kept trolling, according to researchers who wrote two new reports prepared for the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Tech companies such as Facebook and Google did the "bare minimum" to comply with requests for data on Russian misinformation campaigns.
High-momentum FANG stocks have been hammered for months. If the market continues to pull back, one of those names could be setting up for an even bigger fall, says Todd Gordon, founder of TradingAnalysis.com.
Colin Kroll, the co-founder of Vine and HQ Trivia, has died of a suspected drug overdose in New York City.