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The German company is aiming to create a one-stop shop for seeds, crop chemicals and computer-aided services to farmers.
The space services company suspended Falcon 9 flights while it investigates why the rocket burst into flames on Sept. 1.
What's surprising about riding in an autonomous car is how boring it can be.
Facebook, the world's largest social media network with about 1.7 billion users each month, has been criticized for its role in spreading fake stories.
An independent NSA could free up DOD resources for more cyberattacks, assuming they can find enough programmers.
Explore interactive stories from experts, photos and videos and visual tours of the prehistoric world.
A new platform will whitelist pre-approved ads, boosting AdBlock's revenue.
Have a favorite YouTuber? Soon, it may be a lot easier to interact with them.
Look to swimmer Ryan Lochte, for instance, for a lesson about fabricating the truth.
You'll need technology for sure, but don't toss out traditional values just yet.
The Bolt EV will be launched in a few months, nearly a year before the Tesla Model 3, with a starting price for U.S. consumers of $37,500.
That's longer than nearly every U.S. mass transit route, its maker says.
James Chambers will resign at the end of September after three years on the job following a 'joint decision' from the board of directions that he should leave.
All users can now blacklist specific words and phrases to ensure they will not appear in comments.