Marble wants to make these things proficient enough to find their own way around the people and the buskers and the intersections.
The news aggregator is focusing on human curation at a time when people distrust the news.
Opinion: Until consumers can easily control their data, competitors to Facebook won't thrive.
Add Alexa to your home, or accessorize your GoPro Hero camera on the cheap this week.
In an excerpt from his book, "Measure What Matters," venture capitalist John Doerr describes introducing "Objectives and Key Results" to Larry Page and Sergey Brin in Google's early days.
The ride-hailing company announced last week that it plans to become one of the largest voluntary purchasers of carbon offsets in the world.
Facebook's newly public, 27-page community standards document reveals the hard work of balancing toxic content with free speech.
A tea kettle surrounded by rose gold, white leather, and lots of swanky features.
Whether to pay ransomware is a complicated—and costly—calculation.
There are lots of possibilities when it comes to bringing AR into museums like MoMA—but will they embrace them?
The second season of the HBO show opens on a world where the moral truths of the first are gone.
Get ready for more dramatic shifts between severe drought and record-breaking rainfall.
It's more of a tale of how Han became Han, you know?
Scientists reach a milestone in establishing a captive coral population that could reproduce year after year, allowing researchers to perform crucial studies.
Companies like Uber and Spotify don’t need IPOs anymore, and that's turning the finance industry on its head.
Facebook says users own their data and touts its "download your data" tool. But the download doesn't include everything Facebook knows about you.
Last week fired FBI director James Comey went on a massive media tour—and the internet followed every minute of it.
Stop talking about saving the world, and focus instead on making tangible improvements to people's lives.
The mythical creature's popularity says a lot about the psychology of password creation.
The best way to mark the space telescope’s birthday is by looking at nebulae.