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A theme park in Japan is opening a high-tech hotel that will be staffed by robots, according to the hotel's website.
Amy Pascal will step down as co-chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment and start a production company at the studio that was hit by a major hack.
"The airlines are saving billions of dollars and it's time that consumers get a little bit of that back in some sort of relief," advocates say.
Proponents of "net neutrality" scored a victory today as FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler announced his plan to reclassify Internet service providers.
SkyRise tower will be the gateway to U.S. citizenship — not for the huddled masses, but for foreign investors who have at least $500,000 to pay.
FCC head Tom Wheeler will circulate proposed net neutrality rules this week to members of the Federal Communications Commission, he writes in Wired.
The three richest men in the world — Bill Gates, Carlos Slim and Warren Buffett — now have a combined $244 billion.
Marijuana history is being made in Seattle: the first vending machines to dispense pot flower buds debuted Tuesday.
With the ruble tumbling and their economy in tatters, Russians are wavering between despondency and defiance in the face of sanctions.
A federal jury has ordered Toyota to pay $11 million to victims of a fatal wreck after deciding the design of the '96 Camry was partially to blame.
If you know what to look for, you can make sure what it says on the bottle is actually what you're putting in your body.