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Look for new Pixel smartphones, connected home products, a 4K Chromecast and more.
A highly modified Beetle LSR reached 205mph.
Posting latergrams just got a lot easier.
A standards document offers guidelines on robot-human relationships and more.
The search engine's algorithms accidentally blurred a cow's face in the name of privacy.
An independent NSA could free up DOD resources for more cyberattacks, assuming they can find enough programmers.
A new platform will whitelist pre-approved ads, boosting AdBlock's revenue.
That's longer than nearly every U.S. mass transit route, its maker says.
The quality of Facebook's trending stories has suffered after it replaced human editors with algorithms.
Intel's goal in acquiring McAfee was to sell security software for more than just PCs.
Rumors that Twitter could be acquired have been swirling for years, but they may finally come true.
To hear AT&T tell it, Google Fiber has a long history of over-promising, under-delivering and threatening city governments.
Ads will soon roll before some videos on the microblogging site, with part of the revenue going to the uploader.
Drive.ai's digital signs will let pedestrians know when it's safe to cross in front of the car.
The Facebook CEO is eager to help people mark themselves as safe and show off his automated home.