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The synthetic opioid has been at the center of a nationwide overdose epidemic. Its ban on a popular vending site has spurred a debate on free market ideology.
A coalition of advocacy groups says only a tiny fraction of the 58,000 cars dispatched by the ride-hailing service across New York City are wheelchair accessible.
After inventing her remarkable self-cleaning house, Frances Gabe, who has died at 101, was granted a patent by the federal government. Here are some of her submitted designs.
Cloud-based application development has taken big strides, and it's delivering benefits for enterprises such as federal agencies.
The K5 has a passing resemblance to R2-D2 — and a dash of Paul Blart, mall cop. Its creators took the online mockery in stride.
Facebook’s last major consumer product in China was partly blocked as Beijing increases its grip on the internet.
Most of Hampton Creek’s board resigned last month, another setback in Silicon Valley’s push to innovate beyond the high-tech industry.
Facebook’s mobile app can automatically play news feed videos with the sound turned on, but you can turn it all off.
What you will be discussing about big data in a year will be very different from today's conversations.
Amazon's online ordering started the company's success; efficient distribution will continue to expand its retail footprint.
The company’s acquisition of Whole Foods sets up a clash between two vastly different visions for the future of labor.
Four resignations last month left the company’s chief executive as its only board member. Hampton Creek did not say why the board members resigned.
Have you felt left out of the emoji world? That might change as Apple prepares to roll out new symbols. There’s even one for vomit.
For Arcade Fire, Balenciaga and more, website designs are evoking the days of GeoCities, Windows 98 and flashing banner ads to be cool.
Your desktop operating system includes a wide variety of typefaces to use in documents and other design projects, but you can always add more.
Bryson Koehler, CTO of IBM Watson/Cloud, predicts a more unified face, powerful compute engine for IBM Cloud in coming year.