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The company's stock fell more than 2.5 percent Wednesday morning.

T-Mobile CEO John Legere speaks to guests during their company's Un-carrier 9.0 event in New York, March 18, 2015. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)

The quiet holiday is attracting a growing wave of digital ads, but not everyone is happy about marketers co-opting the day of thanks.

In the race toward rocket reusability, both billionaires' space companies are trying to dramatically lower the cost of spaceflight.

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Cities and states know self-driving cars are coming, but it's tough to plan for a future that's yet to be invented.

It's full-on Tony Stark vs. Steve Rogers in this long-awaited showdown.

A new report warns it is largely undetectable by current anti-virus scans.

Incident comes just before one of the busiest shopping times of the year in the U.S.

Google's really gotten in the spirit of the holiday. The "Star Wars" premiere, that is.

The agency's newest hire is a privacy practitioner who's shined light on questionable corporate practices.

Blue Origin successfully launched an unmanned rocket to space -- and then landed it safely in what's considered a game-changer in space flight.

A conversation that's dominated academic circles is distracting from what really matters.

Can artificial intelligence really predict what we’re going to buy this season?

Google's Street View goes to Jordan, cataloging 30 historic sites with the help of Queen Rania.

Here's what Clayton Christensen misses about recent innovation.

A task force to recommend rules for registering drones officially shares its findings.

Samsung U.S. CEO Gregory Lee said the company's takes a long-term approach to charitable work

As smart toys spring to life this holiday season, the cool factor isn’t an accessory — it’s personality.

A seat belt issue is the latest headache for the automaker.

Another luxury hotel chain admits to a credit card breach.

It's basically a "shell game," privacy experts say.

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