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The program ended in early 2016 to focus on Internet delivery via balloons instead.
Mayer, the CEO, was expected to remain with the company after its sale to Verizon closes.
In Denver, Silver Spring Networks is demonstrating how a smart street light network can improve cities.
Amazon's voice assistant may provide clues in an Arkansas case in which a man was found dead in a hot tub.
The company's first research paper is a sign that it wants to shape the future of AI.
Guess what, Sen. Stevens? The Internet really is a series of tubes.
They would rather resign than be forced to work on such a project.
The Facebook-owned app is further encroaching on Snapchat's territory.
It is ramping up investments in wind and solar power for its data centers.
Launching this week, DirecTV Now is poised to be a catch-all solution for TV aficionados who have yet to cut their cord.
But he acknowledges the fight to ensure people's privacy from government snooping won't get any easier under Trump.
Following the announcement of Vine's shuttering, Giphy wants to enable Vines to live on as GIFs.
Future posts might not be removed even if they violate Facebook's guidelines, as long as they are considered newsworthy.