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As air travel gains some steam and coronavirus-related shutdowns return in pockets of the country, one of the latest iterations of virus-fighting tech at the airport is a germ-zapping robot at San Antonio International Airport.

Comcast will charge customers in the Northeast more if they exceed 1.2 terabytes of data in a month.

Millions of Americans now have access to free, anonymous coronavirus exposure notifications. Too bad so few people use them.

The action against OAN, which President Trump’s allies have praised in recent weeks while raging against Fox News for supposed disloyalty during and after this month’s election, was the latest sign that Silicon Valley remains prepared to enforce policies against false and misleading information.

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This delightful platformer is much more than just a technical demo.

It started with a confusing tweet from the former Florida governor, but it turns out a lot of people have critical opinions of the Twitter account.

Thomas Moyer, Apple's global head of security, was indicted on bribery charges. According to the Santa Clara County district attorney's office in California, Moyer promised Apple would donate $70,000 worth of iPads to the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office in exchange for concealed weapons permits.

Workers at a new Amazon facility in Bessemer, Ala., filed a notice with the National Labor Relations Board to hold a union election at a time when the company's warehouse employees around the world have raised concerns about the spread of the coronavirus.

The vulnerability demonstrated another pitfall of our increasingly connected cars.

The pro-Trump Internet can’t stop talking about their exodus from Big Tech. But very few of them have actually abandoned their long-time social media homes.

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"Demon's Souls" looks like something that would be produced late in the PS5's generational cycle, instead it's here at the start.

Apple wants to water down key provisions of the bill, which would hold U.S. companies accountable for using Uighur forced labor, according to two congressional staffers.

From a player to management and ownership, Bjergsen has made a career of his passion for "League of Legends."

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President-elect Joe Biden and top congressional Democrats are laying the groundwork to seek a massive increase in federal broadband spending next year, hoping they can secure billions of dollars in new government aid to improve internet access and affordability -- and help people stay online during the pandemic.

State and federal investigators are preparing to bring antitrust charges against Facebook that will challenge the tech giant’s acquisition of two rivals, Instagram and WhatsApp, alleging that the deals helped create an anti-competitive social networking juggernaut that has left users with few quality alternatives.

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There are a number of early glitches and a definitively different multiplayer pacing than "Modern Warfare," but nothing new shines particularly brightly.

Facebook said about one out of every 1,000 things users see on the flagship site contains hate speech.

During their first news conference since arriving at the International Space Station, the astronauts who blasted off Sunday said their escape from Earth’s gravity was a thrilling ride atop a spacecraft that on the ground appeared restless, grunting and vibrating before being unleashed into the skies.

E-scooter accidents were a big problem for metro areas before the pandemic. One company sees computer vision as a partial solution.

Leaving the social network has been a rallying cry for years, but the company's Groups feature make it difficult for many people to say goodbye.

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