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Wednesday September 13, 2017. 12:45 PM
Artificial intelligence bots can ignore a job applicant's gender, age, and ethnicity. But there's no such thing as bias-free data.
We recap all of the news from Cupertino, offer analysis of the iPhone X, and give you advice about which iPhone to buy.
SoFi CEO Mike Cagney resigns amid harassment allegations, but it's hard to know why.
Tuesday September 12, 2017. 11:44 PM
After spending a few minutes with iPhone X, I understood what Tim Cook meant when he called it 'the future of the smartphone.'
It's not all iPhones: Apple showed off a brand new Apple Watch, upgrades to Apple TV, and a host of other features coming to Apple's ecosystem.
Apple priced the Macintosh sky-high, too, and it didn't go so well. The new iPhone may not be any different.
The iPhone X replaces TouchID with FaceID. Here's what kind of security trade-off you can expect.
Apple announced three new iPhones today: iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and the new iPhone X.
Bringing him on to direct 'Star Wars: Episode IX' makes complete sense, from a certain point of view.
The latest streaming box from Apple finally gets 4K support, with iTunes content to match.
In a letter to the Federal Trade Commission, Yelp says Google is scraping photos from Yelp's listings for its own search results
It starts at $329 without cellular coverage or $399 with, and is coming September 22.
Lots of people do it, but does that mean they shouldn't feel bad about it?
The Equifax breach wasn't the first mega-breach. But there are some steps that could help make it the last.
The original game, for all its excellent moment to moment experiences, felt like it was largely a series of menus. 'Destiny 2' feels like a place.
The 22-gallon suitcase packs down to the size of a shoebox when it's empty.
The HBO series' showrunners used a creative challenge to make one of the most potent shows ever. Other shows should follow its lead.
Twice the spinning arms means twice the physics fun.
Apple's big fall event kicks off this morning. Here's how to watch it on Safari, Apple TV and more.
The Mountains of Kong are magnificent, impassable and totally not real.
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