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They are yet to hit the shelves, but activists are already campaigning against the sale of so-called sex robots.
XQ's 'Super School Project' wants to redesign high school education for a more tech-focused, innovative world.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos on Tuesday unveiled plans to build a rocket manufacturing plant and launch site in Florida.
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New York City will be the main testing ground for a smart device installed in vehicles to warn motorists of impending dangers and congestion.
Two men have been charged with helping to run a "cramming" scheme that defrauded unsuspecting mobile phone users of tens of millions of dollars.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will make a guest appearance at Facebook's Menlo Park, California, headquarters this month.
President Barack Obama will raise concerns about cyber security with Chinese President Xi Jinping when they meet in Washington later this month.
Intel has announced a task force to prevent hackers from accessing vehicles connected to the internet.
Hackers made a "very powerful" attack on the Kremlin website on Sunday, the Russian government said on Monday.
Google has appointed a former auto executive as its first CEO for its driverless cars division on Monday.
Sales of Apple's new iPhones were on pace to beat the 10 million unit sales it logged during the first weekend of sales last year.
Nintendo has appointed a new president following the death of its former boss as the video games maker tackles the challenge of pushing into mobile.
Altschool is backed by Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, as well as VC firms Andreessen Horowitz and Founders Fund.
CVS says investigators have confirmed that the company that manages their photo website was indeed hacked this summer.
Apple's latest line of devices is expected to require a six-digit code, and sometimes a fingerprint, to access the features.
Fourteen years after the Sept. 11 terror attacks, people on Twitter are sharing their stories with the #WhereWereYou hashtag.
Nintendo's enormously successful Pokémon franchise is coming to mobile devices in a free-to-play, augmented reality game due in 2016.
China reacted angrily on Friday following a call by America's top intelligence official for cyber security against China to be stepped up.