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Monday April 22, 2019. 12:00 PM
Fully autonomous cars may never arrive. But we'll all benefit from self-driving tech while we wait.
The world's premier traffic-busting app has a plan for when traffic never ever gets better: get us all to share commutes, and become... friends?
Companies use recommendation engines to tell you what to buy, read, and watch. But those algorithms aren’t your friends.
A nearly endless array of game options helped the cartridge-fed console dominate the living room for years.
The AI engine that powers this stunning TV can transform any HD or 4K content into impossibly detailed 8K nirvana.
Welcome to Internet and Technology Addicts Anonymous.
A explosion of new technologies has companies flooding the auto industry en masse—again.
Need to rent a car for the day? Take mine. But my bed? I'd rather sell a kidney.
At a startup run by autonomous vehicle mastermind Sebastian Thrun, the dream of flying cars is starting to become reality. But expect flight delays.
Clip you phone into one of these controllers to play _Fortnite_ and more—with no latency and plenty of joysticking.
Ridership on the city's bus system is plummeting, so the transit agency is redesigning it—with the help of location data from about 5 million cell phones.
A back seat that transforms into a throne, front seats that swivel to face one another—Nissan's IMs concept shows what designers do when tech liberates them.
A surfeit of ugly knowledge is a feature of our age. But when information is everywhere, some things are better left buried.
Despite the hype and excitement surrounding the first batch of foldable smartphones, the image of the Samsung Galaxy Fold has been tarnished before the device has even launched. There have been numerous reports of serious problems with handsets sent out for review, and now...
'I want to just take my Chromebook back and tell them I'm not doing it anymore,' said Kallee Forslund, 16, a 10th grader in Wellington. The New York Times reports on a 'rebellion' that started in Kansas against an online 'personalized learning' program funded by Mark...
'Back in 1976/77, I worked at the Rustler Steak House in Alameda, California,' writes Take2MarkTV. 'One night, I took my Super 8 camera with me to document a typical shift.' Growing up, my family preferred the local Ponderosa Steakhouse over Rustler, and even Bonanza and...
Huawei has had a rough time of things when it comes to international relations, with the US and others implementing various bans on the use of the company's products. It all stems from fears about Huawei's alleged connections to the Chinese government and the potential for...
eWEEK IT SCIENCE: Desigual had a five-month runway to deliver an assisted-shopping application and one additional month to roll it out. With Docker's help, it was delivered and deployed on time and efficiently.
CNN tells the story of 24-year-old 'social media influencer' Rossi Lorathio Adams II who'd wanted his domain to be the slogan of his social media sites (which at one point had over a million followers on Snapchat, Instagram and Twitter). Unfortunately, that domain was...
In a piece for The Cut, Senator Elizabeth Warren (presidential candidate and HBO fan) shares her love for Game of Thrones. It's loaded with spoilers and political metaphors, so proceed with caution if you're not caught up or allergic to allegory. Dany believes fiercely in...
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