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CEO John Krafcik says the company is now amassing 25,000 miles of autonomously driven test miles every day.
Danny Rand is back, and maybe this time he'll please critics.
Elon Musk's radically reusable rockets mean more dramatic droneship landings are in our future.
Here are 5 things we discovered about DC Universe's original shows, its price and how it ties into comics, revealed.
Seriously -- try it.
The ExoMars team has figured out how to avoid a Boaty McBoatface debacle.
A look at the top phones you can get with wireless charging built right in.
Driving experiences and plenty of accessories will help bolster N's presence.
Will Google play catch-up -- or leapfrog the iPhone X?
This pure-electric bubblecar from Switzerland looks like a cross between Steve Urkel's BMW and a Smeg refrigerator.
They may not be hybrids, but these gas-powered (and diesel!) vehicles will still save you money at the pump.
The Data Transfer Project could give you more control of your online data.
The carrier has named half the markets it expects to roll out the super speedy network to this year.
Moderators are being told to lock the accounts of those suspected to be children.
Let's take a look at Miles Morales, Spider-Gwen and the other characters ahead of their Comic Con panel.
Tracking your health and streaming music may get more expensive.
The 3.75-inch vinyl figures cast a large shadow over San Diego's massive geekfest.
The Korean automaker's new performance N division wants to make an exciting, range-topping model.
Normally $140, this luggable battery has two AC outlets, four USB ports and more.
The "well-planned" attack affected 1.5 million people in the city-state, officials said.