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You'll be able to walk into your room and say 'Alexa, open the curtains,' or 'Alexa, lower the temperature.'
Influential websites have a responsibility to act against online intimidation and fake news, even if Steve Huffman was wrong to change a few critical posts as a joke.
A lot is riding for the Japanese company on Super Mario Run, which is being released in 151 countries and regions on Thursday.
The photo-sharing app added 100 million users since June.
The number of affected accounts was double the number implicated in a 2014 breach that the internet company disclosed in September.
The company launched its self-driving car fleet in San Francisco despite a warning from state regulators.
Twitter's platform played a big role in Trump's ability to speak directly to millions of voters.
The software giant has entered in a partnership with a California company specializing in regulatory compliance for an industry that isn't entirely legal and can't use banks to do business.
It's perfectly possible to travel around the world even if you have no money. Here are some ways to do that.
Gates told CNBC that 'there can be a very upbeat message' about a Trump administration.
Brendan Iribe will head a newly created personal computer-focused VR division within Oculus.
The search giant released its top queries of the year.
The 31-year-old restaurant owner insists the branding is more about turning a profit than endorsing politics.
Alaska Air completed its $2.6 billion acquisition of Virgin America to become the fifth-largest U.S. carrier.