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Amazon is refusing to give authorities investigating a murder access to data from Alexa.
Waymo, which took over Google's self-driving car project, says its trade secrets are now in Uber's hands.
A closed network of verified commenters will rate the authenticity of the web pages they visit.
You'll still be able to buy the VR headset at Best Buy, but many stores will no longer offer demos.
Push it to donate $5 to the ACLU.
Currently available in Ireland, Stories lets people update their friends on their activities throughout the day.
The move aligns it more closely with the Google Play store.
The company wants to build a supercar's supercar, but it apparently is unable to pay its bills for lavish expenditures.
Snapchat's Discover section is often full of gossip and clickbait.
The FTC settlement is the latest in a string of enforcement actions against the ride-hailing startup.
The chip manufacturer's exclusive agreement with the iPhone maker unfairly locked out competitors, the FTC said.
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.