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How much would you pay to go to space with Jeff Bezos? For at least one person, the answer is $28 million, an astounding sum that won a live auction Saturday.

The rare cooperation between Republicans and Democrats underscores the mounting bipartisan interest in overhauling federal competition laws to address long-running allegations that Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google have engaged in monopoly-style tactics.

In recent years, E3 has faced big questions, chiefly: Is the event still relevant?

Where can I watch E3? What's the schedule? What games should get shown? Launcher answers your questions.

Tesla debuted the world's quickest production car on Thursday, in an event just as notable for what it did not include.

Facebook is expected to soon announce how it plans to handle a number of policy recommendations from its Oversight Board, including what to do about former president Trump’s suspended account.

The Day of the Devs event was a chance to take a closer look at upcoming games. We’ve highlighted a few titles that caught our attention.

"What I take from the game is that it’s for anyone, there’s no bar that you have to hit to be creative."

Uber uncoupled driver earnings from the price customers pay just as a driver shortage hit, part of a pattern of eroding driver control.

“Game Builder Garage” is more of a supplement than a full education in programing.

A longtime passion for backwards compatibility informed Xbox's future.

The e-commerce giant is contributing $12 million to the National Safety Council to conduct research and develop technology to reduce musculoskeletal disorders, a frequent injury in its warehouses.

The world's biggest meat supplier confirmed it made a payment to hackers after a cyberattack shut down some of its operations.

Apple paid a sizeable settlement after iPhone repair techs posted explicit photos of a young Oregon woman, according to legal documents uncovered by the Telegraph.

Senators stripped a measure intended to protect consumers from counterfeit and dangerous items sold online after aggressive Amazon lobbying.

Not every first-person shooter title needs a battle royale mode.

A look at who can fly, what it costs and what sort of training is involved for space tourists.

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