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Thursday's government launch is even more hush-hush than before: Reports simply say that Zuma is bound for low-Earth orbit.

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This phone cribs the same features from every other phone on the market—except it's half the price.

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The makers of conversational bots like Alexa and Siri insert unnecessary conversational fillips. "OK, here's what I found..."

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Arm Holdings, whose chip designs are in 95 percent of smartphones, diversifies into traffic sensors and factories under new owner Softbank.

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San Francisco's Vision Zero truck can maneuver in tighter, slower pedestrian-friendly streets.

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With mass shootings becoming a regular occurrence, there may never be a good time to release a show about a gun-toting vigilante.

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Opinion: It's time for the government to establish a Federal Platform Commission and treat companies like Facebook as a state.

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After hackers exposed a way to freeze the delivery service's security cameras, Amazon will push out a fix later this week.

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The Federal Communications Commission Thursday is expected to repeal a 1975 rule that bars TV stations from owning newspapers in the same city, opening the door to media consolidation.

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Yes, it will probably run on batteries, but what is Elon Musk going to do about charging them? Here's how to watch.

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The transmission, Sónar Calling GJ273b, explains Earth's concept of music, from basic addition up.

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Bryan Johnson wants to build a "neuroprosthesis," or a brain-computer interface, to help humans “coevolve” with artificial intelligence.

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Behind many consumer websites, software companies track users' moves, potentially exposing personal information such as medical conditions or prescription-drug use.

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A new charter for the Vulnerabilities Equities Process sheds some light, but doesn't fix the underlying problems.

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The pro skater also has some tips for doing eggplants.

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Your state's gun laws might protect you—but the laws of neighboring states could put you at risk.

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We've got deals on Dell, Samsung, LG, and other great name-brand products.

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Bigfooters flocked to the town of Willow Creek, California last month to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the infamous Patterson-Gimlin footage.

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Whether they use batteries, fuel cells, or jet engines, cleaner, quieter big rigs are about to hit the road.

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A selection of gifts for the Apple, Mac, and iPhone faithful.

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The world's most popular search engine became a verb, at the cost of the romance of the early internet.

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Royalty-free composers don’t have any control over what happens to their work—even if it ends up scoring hate speech.

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Anthony Levandowski, the engineer at the heart of the Uber/Google lawsuit, is serious about his artificial intelligence religion.

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Facebook Live may have found its ultimate purpose as a social sales tool. That is, if Facebook doesn't put a stop to it.

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