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According to CNBC, Apple has a secretive team working on blood sugar monitoring.
Bots from Marble, a San Francisco startup, are now delivering orders from Yelp's Eat24 app, dodging pedestrians and other obstacles along the way.
You really can build your own iPhone with a little patience and a trip to Shenzhen, China.
Qualcomm is also the recipient of a lawsuit from Apple and the subject of multiple government investigations into its business practices.
It appears Google has stopped the fun (or aggravation) but for awhile, Google Home responded to a Burger King TV ad with Whopper facts.
Dorothy Mengering, a beloved 'Late Show' fixture, dies at 95.
If you order online, but opt to pick up your items from a local store, Walmart will lower the price.
The virtual pet key chain is reborn in a smaller form, but staying true to the original.
Not everyone can draw, so Google created an AI that turns our terrible sketches into works of art.
The company pushes back on a Department of Labor report, and says it 'conducts rigorous, annual analyses' to make sure it adheres to equal pay practices.
A new poll finds that lopsided majorities in Alabama oppose the get-tough enforcement favored by their former senator.
The feature, available first on the Cadillac CT6, will allow drivers to take their hands off the wheel and let the car steer itself on the highway.
From Don Rickles to Chuck Berry, a sad look back at this year's losses.
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