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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.
Brute force was used to drag a paying passenger off one of its planes on Sunday night.
On May 22, Twitter shareholders will vote on whether to investigate a radical proposal: Turning the social network into a cooperative owned by its users.
The company is investigating a report that data for payment cards used at Gamestop.com has shown up for sale online.
The company's first production shoe with a 3D-printed design uses a technology that was originally conceived in the 1980s for rear-projection TVs.
It can no longer advertise its services or operate in the country.
If your kid is prone to falling asleep during a car ride, this crib could save you a lot of time -- if you can get one, that is.
The ride-hailing company admits it's still using off-the-shelf components.
Plan your next vacation without making it obvious to your boss that you're slacking off.
YouTube is restricting who can make money from their videos to people whose channels have at least 10,000 total views.
Twitter claims that the Trump administration is abusing its power by trying to find out the identity of an anonymous account that criticizes the president.
The hyperloop could take travelers and cargo between nearby cities in underground pods traveling at jet-like speeds.
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