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The agreement between Facebook's Building 8 and the universities comes as the social media company seeks to find new revenue streams in virtual reality and artificial intelligence.
The order on Yahoo from a secret court last year resulted from the government's drive to change decades of interpretation of the Fourth Amendment right of people to be secure against 'unreasonable searches and seizures.'
The legal action by Nokia and Apple appear to mark a revival of the "smartphone patent wars" that began five years ago.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles said on Wednesday it revoked the registration of 16 Uber self-driving cars because they had not been properly permitted.
Similar lawsuits in the past have faced an uphill fight because of strong protections in U.S. federal law for the technology industry.
The company allegedly runs an internal spying program and even prohibits employees from writing a novel about working in Silicon Valley.
According to the plaintiff, the fast-food chain's 'Extra Value Meal' costs 41 cents more than it would if you just ordered each item individually.
Several mocking tweets were sent from the Netflix U.S. Twitter account.
Super Mario Run is free to download on the App Store where, in Japan, it is rated 2.5 stars out of 5 based on 1,095 reviews.
This new option is perfect for those times you have something to say but don't want to show your mug.
The Facebook co-founder shows off his new AI, Jarvis.
Banks and credit unions often cite "reputational risk'' as a reason for not working with cannabis businesses but research shows there is little risk they would be stigmatized.
The company has said that the $159 headphones can be returned to it for recycling.
In the previous quarter the company's loss significantly exceeded $800 million, including its Chinese operations.
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