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Apple will unveil a luxury iPhone on Tuesday that will feature innovations like facial recognition, but its price could be an issue in global markets.
Amazon is on the forefront of automation, finding new ways of getting robots to do the work once handled by human employees.
Amazon’s warehouses, which now employ more than 125,000 people across the United States, are being outfitted with the latest in robots and tech, but not at the expense of human jobs.
As the first reports of eclipse eye damage emerge, a reporter attempts to get to the bottom of the shady shades fiasco.
Equifax’s main job is to collect and maintain data. Now the hacking at the credit agency uncovers a gaping flaw in regulation over data storage.
In another legal headache for Uber, federal investigators are looking into a past program called “Hell” that the ride-hailing company used to compete with rival Lyft.
Artificial Intelligence: Sexism and Shopping: Female Players Get Most of the Odd Questions at the U.S. Open
A study casts a light not just on gender bias, but also on how algorithms work.
The 20-year-old YouTube megastar is mining a summer of controversy to build a social media empire.
A spreadsheet created by employees to share salary information shows pay for women is falling short of what men make at various levels.
With her new book, “Reset,” a thwarted Silicon Valley power player hopes to do for gender discrimination what Anita Hill did for sexual harassment.
While some wish to view OpenStack as a failure, the open source initiative serves a purpose and is a fit for a growing number of organizations.
Three apps that make it easy to connect with locals — without having to talk to them in person.
Apple lets you download your iTunes purchases to multiple devices, but you don’t have to do it one song at a time.
Once again, the tech industry tried to get the president to change his mind. Once again, they failed. Plus a look at the week’s other tech news.