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The confirmation of the affair and investigation come two weeks after Gates and Melinda French Gates announced plans to divorce.

Nearly 2,400 health care facilities, schools and governments in the United States were hit by ransomware attacks last year.

The "deepfake" allegations became a symbol of the dark power of computer-generated video. A lawyer for the suspect, a 50-year-old mother in suburban Pennsylvania, argues the case “ruined her life.”

The fatal crash May 5 was the latest of four U.S. deaths involving the electric car company's Autopilot partially-automated driving system.

The hacker group said it was shutting down, though some suspect it could be a ruse.

A surprising number of Americans can get $50 each month from the new $3.2 billion Emergency Broadband Benefit. That includes tens of millions who lost work during the pandemic.

This is not a regular review of “Mass Effect Legendary Edition.”

Playing as Ethan feels like sending Mr. Bean into Transylvania to kill Dracula.

Tesla is bringing the strategies pioneered by Apple to the auto industry. Consumers are learning that’s not always a good thing.

While most facial recognition tools are reserved for police or government use, PimEyes is open to the masses, whether they’re hunting down U.S. Capitol riot suspects or stalking women around the Web.

Zenimax Online Studios Director Matt Firor told The Post "the community will tell us" when it's time to start closing down Tamriel.

The Epic Games vs. Apple court trial is producing a slew of memes. Do they matter to the outcome?

“We know this sounds simple, but when people get desperate they stop thinking clearly,” the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said.

Sen. Maria Cantwell proposed spending an additional $10 billion on NASA's moon program in a move that calls on the space agency to select a second company to build a lunar lander.

The villains of "Village" aren't just scary. They're charming and complex, the developers say.

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The game tackles the challenge of welcoming first-time players to a franchise already familiar to millions of fans.

IBM's two-nanometer test microchip might power smartphones and autonomous cars in the decade ahead.

The middle-aged father’s big reveal sparked a debate over identity in the Internet age: ‘The only thing I’m creating is … my appearance. Everything else is me.’

Nelson tells The Washington Post he plans to spend much of his time and energy lobbying Congress for the money to land astronauts on the moon.

Schreier, a video game reporter for Bloomberg, has a new book coming out May 11.

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