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Apple has nixed plans to build its much anticipated AirPower wireless charging pad, the company said Friday. “After much effort, we’ve concluded AirPower will not achieve our high standards, and we ha...

In their latest video, a Boston Dynamics robot can be seen working in a warehouse. The birdlike machine, called "Handle," left many observers wondering about whether it might take human jobs.


Vijaya Gadde, Twitter's head of legal, policy and trust & safety, made the revelation on stage at a Washington Post-sponsored event in San Francisco.

The Dept. of Housing and Urban Development charged Facebook March 28 with violating the Fair Housing Act, alleging that the company’s targeted advertising discriminated on the basis of race and color.

Facebook announced on March 27 it will ban praise, support and representation of white nationalism and separatism on Facebook and Instagram starting next week.

Computing's 'Nobel Prize' winners Yoshua Bengio, Geoffrey Hinton and Yann LeCun helped lead to breakthroughs in computer vision, speech recognition and robotics.

Facebook is revising its rules in response to criticism that a loophole had allowed racism to thrive on its platform.

The decision is the latest in a slew of unfavorable rulings against Apple in a sprawling and international legal battle between the two technology giants.

The demonstrations in San Francisco and Los Angeles were meant to send a message ahead of the company's IPOs this year.

The vice president said if NASA cannot pull off the monumental feat, "we need to change the organization, not the mission.”

Services “is what today is all about,” Apple CEO Tim Cook says.

Don’t hold your breath.

Apple revealed a new service called Apple News +, a $10 a month subscription service that will include magazines like Sports Illustrated and The New Yorker.

In January, 25 autonomous delivery robots descended on George Mason University’s campus. Today, the company that managed the machines, Starship Technologies, revealed how they've changed student behavior.

Apple announced Apple Card at its event on March 25. The service will allow people to pay for products using their phones and watches. With the backing of Goldman Sachs and Mastercard, Apple hopes to cut out some of the middlemen in payment transactions.

The anonymous message board houses some of the most controversial content online. Here’s a look behind its rise in influence.

The food industry is adjusting to an influx of robots. The latest example is Briggo, a fully automated, robotic coffee machine that can push out 100 cups of coffee in a single hour –– the equivalent of three to four baristas, according to the company.

The tech giant, in a tectonic shift, is diversifying beyond hardware into services — and paying stars more than $1 million an episode.

To experts in online extremism, the continuing celebration on the Internet message board 8chan of last week's slaughter in New Zealand echoes another brand of terrorism — that carried out by Islamic militants who've long used the Web to mobilize followers and incite violence. The persistence of the talk of violence on 8chan has led some experts to call for tougher actions by the world’s governments.

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