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High-tech, sphere-shaped arena coming to Las…

An 18,000-seat, sphere-shaped venue that will host concerts and other entertainment events on the Las Vegas Strip will break ground this summer

Phone data-leak company: No record of…

Phone data-leak company: No record of location-data abuse

Don't Throw Your Phone Away! The Battery Inside…

Improper disposal of lithium-ion batteries has become a real hazard for waste disposal plants. Tony Spitz has the details.

Want Better Sleep, Clearer Thoughts, Less Stress…

Maybe it's time to unplug.

Gay-friendly Apple weighs North Carolina despite…

Gay-rights advocates are divided on a potential marriage between one of the corporations most friendly to LGBT workers and causes and North Carolina, where they say discrimination remains despite efforts to end a boycott over the so-called bathroom bill.

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Trudeau touts Canada's AI credentials at MIT tech…

Canadian computer scientists helped pioneer the field of artificial intelligence before it was a buzzword, and now Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is hoping to capitalize on their intellectual lead

The Latest: Trudeau touts Canada's AI potential…

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada is "investing massively in AI," building on decades of research by Canadian computer scientists who helped provide the "modern underpinnings" advancing the field of artificial intelligence

Flying from NYC to LA in Less Than 3 Hours is…

Soon enough you’ll be able to jump on a plane and go cross country in less than 3 hours just in time for dinner. Susana Victoria Perez has more.

Owners of Mugshots.com Just Got Mugshots of Their Own

The owners of the website Mugshots.com are getting mugshots of their own. California authorities have arrested Sahar Sarid, Kishore Vidya Bhavnanie, Thomas Keesee, and David Usdan on charges of extortion, money laundering, and identity theft, Attorney General Xavier Becerra said in a statement . Mugshots collects individuals' names, booking photos...

Air Force Apologizes for Yanny-Laurel Tweet

The Air Force has apologized for bringing the "Laurel or Yanny" debate into an update on a battle in Afghanistan. "Taliban Forces in Farah city #Afghanistan would much rather have heard #Yanny or #Laurel than the deafening #BRRRT they got courtesy of our #A10," the Air Force said in a...

German-Russian pipeline takes shape despite US…

A vast undersea pipeline to bring gas from Russia to Germany from next year is taking shape, amid concerns from some of Berlin's allies that it will give Moscow too much leverage over Europe's energy supply

Wifi Troubles? Google's New App Will Soon Be Able…

A new update to Google's app will pinpoint bottlenecks in your network. Tony Spitz has the details.

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Man sentenced to 15 years in prison for hacker sabotage

A New Mexico man accused of paying hackers to sabotage websites affiliated with his former employers and state agencies has been sentenced in Minnesota to 15 years in prison

Clocks may go a little cuckoo with power grid…

Some clocks in U.S. may be running too slow or too fast because of a change to a power grid rule

Toshiba's chip sale to consortium wins regulatory…

Japanese electronics company Toshiba Corp. says the sale of its computer memory chip business to a consortium led by Bain Capital Private Equity has cleared all anti-trust regulatory approval, including one it was awaiting from China

PayPal gains bigger in-store presence with $2.2B acquisition

PayPal is buying financial services startup iZettle for $2.2 billion to expand its digital payment service into thousands of brick-and-mortar stores in Europe and Latin America

Kroger, fending off online rivals, ups stake in UK's Ocado

Kroger is increasing its investment in Britain's Ocado by 5 pct

Kroger, fending off online rivals, ups stake in Ocado

Kroger is increasing its investment in Ocado by 5 pct

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In Denmark, Airbnb to report hosts' rent to tax authorities

Denmark says online room-rental platform Airbnb will start to automatically report its users' deals to taxation authorities, the first country to do so.