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We are building a 1-to-1 map of almost unimaginable scope. When it's complete, our physical reality will merge with the digital universe.
So get ready to see a lot more of the company's toaster-inspired, human-free robots roaming the street, delivering groceries.
What are the consequences (and conveniences) of the tech giant acquiring the home router company?
Many of the body cameras worn by police are woefully vulnerable to hacking and manipulation. Amber Authenticate wants to fix that—with the blockchain.
Blue is definitely not the warmest color.
Also, 'The Walking Dead' is losing a fan-favorite character and 'The Lego Movie 2' underperforms.
*The L Word* reboot has the opportunity to do something revolutionary. Again.
These are our favorite baby monitors and cameras to help you keep an eye (or ear) on your kids at night. Wi-Fi, radio, long range, audio, and app-based monitors included.
Opinion: With its American AI Initiative, the White House is devoting funding, research, and data infrastructure to boosting our prowess in artificial intelligence.
Where we live plays an enormous role in our emissions. For the Green New Deal to work, it needs to grapple with that fact.
As goofy as some of your smartphone keyboard's predictions are, at least it tries to not make you look bad.
Google and Microsoft have added warnings to their "risk factors" for investors about potential legal and ethical problems from their artificial intelligence projects.
A new research center will finally quantify cannabis' toll on the environment, as well as how existing rules affect the growers themselves.
The US will join more than a dozen other countries with national AI strategies when President Trump signs an executive order to create the American AI Initiative.
The logistics giant invests in autonomous vehicle startup Aurora, the micromobility world ponders its future, we review the new Porsche 911, and more.
The speech was very boring. The state of the world as a whole, though, is far from tedious.
Even with a few glitches, these cute wirefree, true wireless workout earbuds are still worth the price.
Humans interbred with Neanderthals and Denisovans, but were there others? Paleontologists are using deep learning to find lost branches of our family tree.
Squirrel monkeys don’t see color like people. But inject their eyeballs with a genetically engineered virus, and they suddenly can perceive a new rainbow. The same trick could someday be used on color-blind people.
The shutdown may have ended two weeks ago, but federal cybersecurity professionals will be coping with its impact for a long time to come.