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Zume, a Silicon Valley startup aiming to be the "Amazon of food," is taking on Domino's and Pizza Hut with a small army of pizza-making robots.
It's one final hit of the "eject" button for the VCR.
Eager Japanese rushed to their phones on Friday to start hunting as Pokemon Go finally launched in Japan, home of the colorful cartoon characters.
The overriding perception among Republican tech workers was that Thiel's focus on tech, the economy and small government, was a resounding success.
James Stumbo and Kevin Norton's lawyers have argued the online remarks were idle chatter.
Two 'Pokemon Go' gamers who were attacked by armed robbers earlier this month have started raising money to buy pepper spray for fellow players.
Solar roofs are just one part of Tesla Chief Elon Musk's plan for the car manufacturer.
Pokemon Go has kids all over moving around, but it's a special treat for kids stuck in the hospital.
Now, you can use Tinder to plan a night out and take along your friends to meet strangers.
In sometimes apocalyptic tones, Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk has finally revealed the broad corporate strategy he has been promising for several weeks —
The government will not abandon efforts to speed the development of self-driving cars, despite a fatal accident involving a Tesla on autopilot.
Tesla Motors' founder and CEO released Wednesday a second installment of Tesla's 'Master Plan," a sequel to comments he posted online in 2006.
Prosecutors on Wednesday filed charges against a Ukrainian man accused of running the world's most often-visited website for illegally sharing movies.
As cars become more autonomous, liability will be absorbed by the manufacturer — creating challenges for the insurance industry.
On July 21, 2011, Atlantis landed in Florida, ending NASA's space shuttle program after captivating the world for 30 years.
Sandals company Birkenstock is pulling all products from Amazon, saying the online retailer is plagued by counterfeits and unauthorized selling.
Protests are not the only way people are taking action following the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile.
Enjoying "Pokemon Go" but a little tired of all that pesky outdoor walking or playing? Well, now you can hire someone to do it all for you.
Facebook's Messenger has more than 1 billion users, the social media company said on Wednesday, making it one the world's top three apps.
Two people have been found guilty in connection with a Massachusetts rape posted on the social media app Snapchat. NECN's Abbey Niezgoda reports.