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Samsung is expected to launch its Galaxy S9 smartphone on Sunday ahead of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Robotics firm Engineered Arts is less worried about robots replacing jobs than finding skilled workers in an increasingly automated economy.
Nissan and DeNA look to launch their autonomous taxi service, Easy Ride, to the wider public in the early 2020s.
Mobile technology is reshaping society and the global economy in ways that would have been unimaginable a decade ago.
Hosp has explained why a potential cryptocurrency bubble could burst in 2018, but these factors are keeping him invested in the space.
The global cost of cybercrime has now reached as much as $600 billion — about 0.8 percent of global GDP — according to a new report.
The lawsuit alleged that Palantir wrongly barred investors from selling stock in the privately owned company.
Sen. Maggie Hassan of New Hampshire is calling for further protections from "predatory" monetization practices in video games.
Current and former U.S. government officials said the flaws potentially held national security implications.
A Kylie Jenner bot latched onto a tweet by the real reality TV star, spamming her and her followers with links to a hazardous website.
He controls 48.4 percent of total voting power for the company, the annual report reveals.
The two stocks both just hit all-time highs, but some market watchers see one as the clear pick.
Brazil's defense minister said Thursday that SpaceX, Boeing and others have expressed interest in launching from the nation's Alcantara military base
A change could be announced as early as mid-March, BBC reports.
The Dell Technologies founder purchased the penthouse at the One57 skyscraper in 2014, sources told The Wall Street Journal.
Quantity and variety of Florida school shooting content suggest Facebook's fake-news problem is not going away.
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