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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg isn't Billy Crystal, but he was the most famous celebrity at Sunday night's 'Oscars of science.'
China is tightening control of online music, paying particular attention to content and jacking up already tight censorship of the Internet.
Apple said its iPad Pro will be available to order online on Wednesday and arrive at stores later this week.
Monday's Google Doodle celebrates the beauty and brains of actress and inventor Hedy Lamarr, who would've turned 101 on Nov. 9.
The entertainment industry always loves a good comeback story, and music's latest resurgence is no exception.
A company whose name is synonymous with eyeballs on the Internet is turning its attention to hearts.
Employees sued to be reimbursed for the time taken by Apple to search their bags to ensure they did not steal any merchandise.
The FCC decided Friday that it can't force Internet companies like Google, Facebook and ad providers from tracking users online.
The investment underlines the Japanese automaker's determination to lead in self-driving cars and apply the tech to other areas of daily life.
Many businesses purchase insurance policies hoping they never have to use them. Turns out that hasn't been the case with cybersecurity insurance.
Alien hunters have been training their telescopes on the mysterious KIC 8462852 star system for longer than than two weeks.
Spacewalking astronauts encountered leaking ammonia and minor glove damage while performing plumbing work outside the ISS on Friday.
When Amazon announced its drone delivery service two years ago, some people were convinced it was a marketing gimmick.
The Federal Bureau of Prisons is looking for help in keeping pesky drones out of the airspace of its incarceration facilities.
A new type of stomach-filling balloon can help people drop pounds, and it doesn't require any surgery to place it, researchers report.
Finland is proud of its culture, its climate and its history, and it plans to show them off in a rather unique fashion: emoji.
Jetpacks may not be an everyday commuting tool, but they do exist — and they're capable of some impressive aerial acrobatics.