A clinical trial uses deep brain stimulation for patients suffering from drug addiction. A former high school football star is the nation's first patient.
Poor brushing habits can only be corrected so much by expensive toothbrushes. A better brush can train you to do better, but don't opt for overkill.
Are Apple, Google, Facebook and Amazon and government doing enough to protect your privacy? Is 2020 the year we'll see a federal privacy law?
5G will support more than just phone devices. The latest generation of PCs from companies like Intel, AMD and Qualcomm will support 5G.
Former Vice President Joe Biden and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi used to be Facebook's friends. Things have changed.
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Guitar sales are up, thanks to YouTube and Spotify where interest in classic rockers Tom Petty, Jimi Hendrix and Prince lives on.
You already know how to do lots with your iPhone. But there's more features and life hacks you can use to make texting, navigating and gaming easier.
If SpaceX's in-flight abort test goes well, it could beat out Boeing to be the first private company to launch astronauts to the International Space Station.
Pediatrician Nicole Baldwin's TikTok went viral. Then she faced backlash from thousands of people associated with the anti-vaccine movement.
An Morgan Stanley analyst suggests a iPhone with 5G or a better battery may shorten the smartphone replacement cycle under the current four years.
Throughout the weekend and Martin Luther King Day, you can shop incredible deals and sales on products like mattresses, AirPods, TVs, and more.
Robocalls continued to rise in 2019. While Washington, D.C., and Louisiana averaged most per person, Texas got the most; West Virginia increased most.
Amazon is kicking off MLK Day weekend by slashing the prices of best-sellers like Black and Decker waffle makers, Anker power strip cubes, and more.
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Pinterest's slow progress in building a more diverse workforce is a sign that racial equality is not coming anytime soon to Silicon Valley tech.
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's not so friendly remarks ratcheted up already fraught tensions between Facebook and the Democratic leadership.
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Trump, the king of branding, is miffed that anyone but him is profiting from autographed items like MAGA hats selling on eBay and other marketplaces.
PBS cut a deal to be on YouTube TV, but its missing many shows. A better deal: the free streaming app for Roku, Amazon Fire TV Stick and others
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Microsoft has released a patch for a Windows 10 vulnerability that could expose you to breaches or surveillance, the National Security Agency says.
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Attorney General William Barr says Apple hasn't provided substantive assistance to the FBI in the Pensacola case. Apple pushed back.
In the trending coming out video, NikkieTutorials shared what life was like growing up in the wrong body after revealing that she's transgender.
Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa will fly on SpaceX's first tourist voyage to the moon in 2023 and is looking for a partner to join him
Wars, stock market drops, natural and human-caused disasters, as well as science and tech advances rank among top stories from every year since 1950.
Mark Hamill, who plays Luke Skywalker in Star Wars, says he quit Facebook because it allows political ads to spread misinformation and falsehoods.
It's unclear how many customers received the email on Friday, or exactly how many employees were terminated for such offenses.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said the tech giant is donating $690,000 to Australia wildfire recovery efforts, but many critics are saying it's not enough.
Samsung on Sunday launched the Galaxy XCover Pro, asmartphone that features a removable battery. It will be priced at $499.
Many of the products introduced at CES won't be released this year, but here are some that will.
Y2K bug fix is causing glitches in computers and software in 2020 because some windowed systems are outmoded.
Amazon said its Ring investigated reports of employees viewing doorbell camera video and dismissed those involved after finding company violations.
The OCEARCH Shark Tracker app has been updated to make it easier to see marine life activity.
Sony CEO Kenichiro Yoshida sees a future in cars, envisions challenges selling 8K and talks about its prospects in streaming.
As Iran attacked Iraqi bases housing U.S. troops, a stealthier form of warfare struck Americans: disinformation on Instagram and social media.
With so many streaming choices Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, YouTube TV and prices going up, can cord-cutting save you money? Yes, but hurdles remain.
Prominent Andreessen Horowitz general partner Ben Horowitz made controversial remarks at Pinterest comparing prison culture to corporate culture.
The telecom company hopes to shake up the industry by unbundling broadband, pay TV and phone services, a nod to those looking to cut the cord.
Tesla is a sales leader in the electric category but doesn't show at CES, which left open space forother battery-powered rides to have a big moment.
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