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Boxes of equipment needed to install Google Fiber sit on a couch.
Google’s ultra-fast Internet delivers download speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second. Now these communities on the Eastern seaboard are getting it.
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Apple’s flashy new timepiece is coming soon, and chief executive Tim Cook “can’t live without it.“
The 74.5 million iPhones sold in the last quarter of 2014 were more than 5 million more than industry watchers had predicted and led the company to a record $18 billion profit.
The prospect of Title II hasn’t affected Google Fiber’s investment decisions, the company said.
Twitter has started to roll out new features, while Snapchat gets into the business of news.
The Colorado Democrat wants to give Rubio a taste of the surveillance policies he supports.
Andrea Peterson and Brian Fung
Consumer protection agency releases new report on the Internet of Things.
Workforce diversity can help prevent unconscious bias in our everyday technology, says Edith Ramirez.
Advances range from snow removal algorithms to sidewalks that melt snow with solar power.
We don’t need to wait for a person to count hundreds of containers to know there’s a food shortage.
Gaming is one area in which Microsoft is already innovating.
What Apple watchers are expecting from this past quarter -- and the next one.
Expensive fees are on the way out as savvy start-ups shake up the financial industry.
A night with OK Go and the drone enthusiasts who love them.
Incident comes at an awkward time for drone supporters, who led a charm offensive in the city last week.
A robot at Germany’s Bielefeld University is modeled after a stick insect, with six limbs that it can move independently. Researchers are working to give the robot feelers and a camera system that would allow it to see.
Industry lobbyists are launching preemptive arguments against FCC rules as Cablevision introduces a new, WiFi-only service.
As technology gets cheaper even small start-ups can realistically plan to travel to the moon.
The battle over U.S. smartphone customers is getting heated, and resulting in some excellent promotions.
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The coffee giant’s mobile app helps build customer loyalty and collects data about them.
Scientists at the University of Rochester are using lasers to transform metals into extremely water repellent, or super-hydrophobic, materials instead of using temporary coatings.
Really, he meant it will be more ubiquitous than ever.
Try your eye at shadow puppets.
Chip away at some language barriers.
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