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In a TV interview, Cook apologized but said Apple users may not have been paying attention when the company told them about the practice.
There are enough thrill-seeking teens biting into the detergent pods that the American Association of Poison Control Centers issued a warning Tuesday.
Ousted Uber CEO, while still leading company, had agreed to use his own money to pay Uber driver $200,000 after video of the two arguing went public: report.
The time the Oxford English Dictionary forgot a word because it was physically misplaced. A cafe in Southern California has opposing sandwiches: the Border Patrol and the Border Angels. How your...
Most items, such as water bottles and clothing, tended toward the higher end of the price range, but a 'Watermelon Coin Bag Purse Wallet' was only $3.
Were you duped by Russian-linked content during the 2016 presidential election? Twitter says it's going to help its users figure that out.
Amazon reportedly discreetly added the feature to Alexa due to "customer and engagement feedback."
Investor Roger McNamee, joined by former Facebook and Google employees, continue criticism of Facebook's role in spreading misinformation ahead of elections.
Immigrants want to be at the 'center of the action' but the ability of large companies to pay high costs of the H-1B visa is also a key factor, report says.
Some cryptocurrency analysts have pinned the bitcoin slump to the advent of Chinese New Year, which falls on Feb. 16 this year.
Banning books in prison, and some of the reasons officials use. When something gets lost in the translation of American movie titles to Japanese. Mr. Potato Head was a pioneer […]
Rep. Jerry McNerney, who represents parts of Contra Costa County, wrote a letter to the CEOs of Intel, ARM and AMD Tuesday to request a briefing.
A plant in China that makes parts for the iPhone, MacBook and other devices does not provide adequate protection and training, some workers say.
The artificial intelligence programs beat humans on a Stanford University reading comprehension test -- with more than 100,000 questions -- last week.
How war between humans takes its toll on animals. This plant that resurrects itself may be the right one for people with black thumbs, like me. Charting “Back to the […]
Tesla CEO Elon Musk responded quickly to a Model 3 fan's concern that drivers may have to spend too much time looking at car's screen and not the road.
The two massive microprocessor flaws leave nearly every computing device in the world vulnerable to hackers.
Early investor and adviser to Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook needs to make fundamental changes in the wake of fake news, Russian meddling in U.S. elections.
It took 40 minutes to rescind Saturday's false missile-attack alert in Hawaii.
A thriving internet sector, sometimes better compensation, plentiful funding, career opportunities and government incentives make returning to China attractive: report.