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If Amazon expands into food delivery, it will obtain a treasure of consumer information that it can use for its next expansion.
The social giant is working with media companies to find better ways to push Facebook users to pay for the articles they read.
IBM researchers used an exotic material known as a Weyl semimetal to confirm the existence of a gravitational anomaly predicted in equations that describe the universe.
After a two-year effort, the Open Container Initiative has its image specification and runtime spec ready for vendors and container users.
Making sense of data associated with customers, citizens and other individuals may seem simple, but it's possible that the records don't tell the real story.
What technology does our personal tech columnist use to solve readers’ everyday frustrations with gadgets, gear and apps?
Misscliks, a channel on the video game streaming platform Twitch, aims to be a safe space for underrepresented gamers, with no tolerance for sexism or bullying.
If you think it’s been a long time since the United States tackled a nebulous problem like climate change, you’ve forgotten the scramble to fix our old computers.
Online app stores can be a safer and more convenient way to add programs to your computer and devices, but you may not find everything you want.
November event will focus on attendee interaction, "blue team" best practices.
Potential societal benefits of artificial intelligence outweigh concerns, although people want some transparency.
Cloud outages do happen. So, how can you and your IT group minimize the impact on the company?
Some remember the computing scare as a bad joke. But the collective, worldwide effort to prevent it could be a model for handling global warming.
Apple has established a position overseeing operations in China in a bid to restore sales momentum and navigate new regulations in the country.
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.