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One of the new iPhones unveiled Sept. 9.
The company has moved quickly to address privacy concerns that consumers might have about its new health product.
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The contract represents a significant shift for NASA, which has long owned and operated its own rockets. Now NASA’s astronauts would essentially rent space on vehicles provided by Boeing and SpaceX.
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China’s experiment is the latest attempt at adapting cities for the way we use technology.
Xeros uses a fraction of the water of a traditional machine, all thanks to tiny nylon balls.
Comcast is being accused of targeting subscribers who are using the Tor anonymization service. But take the reports with a huge grain of salt.
The senate version of the USA FREEDOM Act has advocates and opponents in privacy and civil liberties circles.
The nation’s secretive surveillance court recently released a redacted opinion that addresses the scope of First Amendment protections in terrorism investigations.
The official count is now more than double what it was just a week ago.
Craig Timberg and Christopher Ingraham
Proposed Justice Department fines could have bankrupted the company within a few months.
A student researcher from Arizona State University has developed a jetpack to help soldiers run faster on the battlefield.
Could this idea bring net neutrality advocates and industry together?
A University of Washington law professor makes the case for a federal agency charged with understanding our robot future.
Meet the woman behind the slick photos of Lockheed Martin military planes as they fly high in the sky.
A British company is selling floor tiles that generate power.
Meet Minecraft, the newest addition to the Microsoft family
United Way Worldwide said Monday that it will begin accepting donations in Bitcoin.
Funder Ron Bouganim wants to back companies intent on upgrading “the technology infrastructure that runs the day-to-day of government.“
Apple says the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have set a new pre-sale record.
Fighter jet manufacturers often have teams of photographers and videographers to record images of the planes it produces.
Here are four start-ups looking to help large companies use the cloud.
Belkin hires lobbyists to advance new products that allow people to control Crock-Pots, lights from their phones.
Former Google executive could spur government to adopt new technology, trade groups say.
Apple Pay, which debuts next month, will allow users to pay for purchases using iPhones and Apple Watches.
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