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IBM shows off an artificial intelligence program that can engage in a debate, possibly pointing the way to the future of talking machines.
A brand-new sixth military branch lacks political support.
Revelation of contract with US immigration agency sparks criticism amid family separations
*Apple Inc. v. Pepper* could have wide-reaching implications not only for the Cupertino giant, but also for other companies like Amazon.
Forget memoji. Apple's push to transmit instant, accurate locations during emergency calls will have a profound effect for first responders.
If you want a fair fight between a lion and a human playing tug of war, you should give the lion a pair of tennis shoes.
Sure, the gaming event is a showcase for triple-A blockbusters, but a surprising number of small, thoughtful gems piqued our interest.
'Solo: A Star Wars Story' underperformed, but it's not a career-ender.
Square has always made hardware, but its new Android-based tablet shows it’s serious about controlling the payments experience.
Five years after showing off the Concept Coupe, Volvo has resurrected the much-loved design as the first offering from its newly electric-focused brand, Polestar.
No matter if you prefer Android, iOS, Chrome, or Windows—these are the best tablets we've tried.
Photographer Frank Kunert photographs miniature scenes of modern life—with a bizarre twist.
Opinion: Videos provide transformative new avenues for justice, often summoning well-deserved Twitter mobs. Deep fakes could change all that.
The Nutrition Science Initiative promised to study obesity and diabetes the right way. Now it’s broke, president-less, and all but gone.
Innovations in brain research and AI-fueled assistive technologies could level the playing field for those with language-based learning disabilities.
Cryptomania isn’t just a mad rush of scams and speculation. It’s a utopian dream. And a living nightmare.
As the series's second season wraps up, the wall between his real-life self and Westworld persona comes crashing down.
Plus: Volvo gets some lidar, Seattle's high-tech tunnel, and Boeing tries to make the future of flight a lot more fun.
Last week, social media was awash in commentary about the historic meeting between the US president and the North Korean leader.
It's like the designer *wanted* people to crash in excellent viral videos.