Turkey Day steals some of Black Friday’s thunder with web sales in the US up 18 percent from last year.
Google’s new look app will help you find something to watch across all of your services, and refined sound controls set the stage for its new high-end Google Home Max speaker
Taylor Swift returned from her self-imposed social media exile with a single that's already breaking records. Her music video for 'Look What You Made Me Do' raked in over 31 million views on YouTube in its first 24 hours, surpassing Adele's previous…
Watch as 1,069 robots dance simultaneously in China to break the record.
Microsoft has released its long-awaited cloud-based bug detection tool, previously code-named “Project Springfield.” The Windows version became generally available, and a new Linux version became available as a preview last week. The tool, Microsoft Security Risk Detection, uses artificial intelligence to hunt down security vulnerabilities in software that is about to be released. Microsoft Security […]
A secret Amazon team, dubbed “1492,” reportedly has been working on a skunkworks project devoted entirely to healthcare. The unit has been developing hardware devices and software applications related to electronic medical records, telemedicine and other health-related issues. The “1492” moniker refers to the year that Christopher Columbus made his voyage to the Americas, but […]
For one moment on Monday evening, the prices of several stocks on Nasdaq — including those of Amazon, Apple, eBay, Google, and Microsoft — were all priced exactly the same, $123.47. From a report: In a statement obtained by the Financial Times, Nasdaq said the culprit was “improper use of test data” that was picked […]
Ikea designers are headed to a Mars-style habitat on Earth for insights on how you can better decorate your cramped living room.
A new US-based R&D facility will support Chinese genetics company BGI in its efforts to develop next-next-generation sequencing technologies. The post A Chinese Genome Giant Sets Its Sights on the UItimate Sequencer appeared first on WIRED.