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With his new concert film 'Kevin Hart: Now What?' hitting theaters, the indomitable funny man talks about how he maintains that grind.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued recalls for battery packs, snow blowers, hoverboards, flashlights and power recliners in the past year, all because of fires caused by lithium-ion batteries.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said on Thursday the Note 7's 'battery can overheat and catch fire, posing serious fire and burn hazard to consumers.'
The second spot for this December's 'Rogue One' just dropped, and it fills us with 'hope.'
The tech titan has reportedly hired joke writers to infuse the AI with a funny bone.
For business leaders, the harsh reality is that the email hacking is not a headache just for politicians.
It's the 32nd prototype out of 33 made, has just 18,000 miles and was never originally sold to the public.
Many will compare Spectacles to Google Glass, but that's not the case.
Ikea displayed a photograph of a young boy with his finger under his nose as a "pretend mustache" -- reminding customers of Adolf Hitler.
The new streaming service, called 'Amazon Music Unlimited,' lets users access a vast catalog of songs on demand, similar to Spotify and Apple Music.
The longest downturn in PC sales history might not be a bad thing.
The Shenzhen hub follows a similar plan for a center in Beijing, and comes as Apple is looking to bounce back in China.
It took hitting rock bottom for the war vet Earl Granville to take back his life.
It's accusing the controversial blood-testing company of lying to get its money.
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