How Apple reinvigorated its AI aspirations in under a year
It's amazing what a nearly limitless R&D budget can accomplish.
$300 will get you a two-octave Seaboard that works with your iPhone.
Now owners can download a software update to watch Dolby Vision UHD discs.
They're now available for pre-order from Amazon.
A 'crime of piracy' on its state news agency spurred a rift with neighboring countries
Its creators have explained how they built a sci-fi racing classic.
Smart vehicles will talk to infrastructure on a stretch of Route 33.
The vehicle doesn't have a driving column -- or even a steering wheel.
They profited by putting sensitive info on the black market.
Oops! Russia did it again.
The company’s Science for Social Good program will use AI, cloud and deep science to solve global challenges.
AT&T's streaming service will drop Safari and Internet Explorer support at the end of the month.
If you live in California, that is.
The social networking company will share the tech with Unicef and the Red Cross.
It's another example of the company's ongoing leadership crisis.
Someday, it will automatically plan flight paths for a sky full of drones.
Hosts can create walkthroughs to make your stay a pleasant one.
The 22nd group includes engineers, military medics, pilots and scientists.
Congress to vote on extending FISA Section 702
Apple, Google, Microsoft and Facebook are part of the 'We Are Still In' movement.
They could become a source of clean energy in the future.
At least, according to a study by the Union of Concerned Scientists.
Dell’s 15-inch Alienware is a solid machine, but it’s a little on the large side.
Apparently, the secret to a long-lasting battery is to be a plain old watch.
The Galaxy Book doesn't do anything badly, but it also doesn't really stand out.