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HP CEO Dion Weisler said Q2 marked the first time in seven years that revenue from both PC and printer sales increased over the same quarte
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A week after introducing the Surface Laptop to the world, he's sitting in a room in Microsoft's Building 88 ready to show off his team's la
President Trump ignited a national discussion of blue-collar jobs. Truck driving, once a road to the middle class, is now low-paying, grind
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It sounds like Cassandra — with her illness, mother and deadbeat boyfriend — can't catch a goddamn break.
After helping drive many US bookstore chains out of business, Amazon has been opening its own retail stores.
Apple and Microsoft are psyched Intel will build Thunderbolt into its chips. That could help with VR, big monitors and fast external drives
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Price of Bitcoin has doubled in 2017, and other currencies have jumped even more.
Coyote Peterson thought he was getting a standard bee beard — until the honey bees turned on him and started stinging him.
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Almost half of China's 730 million internet users use live video streaming sites and apps, according to authorities.
Sending a Lego Porsche 911 GT3 RS through a crash test sounds like a wonderful idea.
Scientists at IISc etch titanium surface with nanopillars
Schiaparelli flew to Mars with the Trace Gas Orbiter, which is studying gases in the planet's atmosphere from orbit.
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Schiaparelli flew to Mars with the Trace Gas Orbiter, which is studying gases in the planet's atmosphere from orbit. The lander cras
New research out of Florida State University shows that the strength of a tornado has a significantly larger effect than population on the
A NASA-led effort to advance our ability to monitor changing Arctic and boreal ecosystems has started its second season, with the first air
U. S. stocks were volatile but still slightly higher on Wednesday after minutes of the Federal Reserve's latest meeting showed policymakers
This million-pound weight is used to calibrate force transducers that make sure powerful engines work properly.
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Eazor joins Rackspace after serving as CEO of EarthLink, where he led the company from dial-up services into new areas like cloud computing
Intuit CEO Brad Smith also comes onboard.
Security camera manufacturer Kuna says its new software can distinguish a car's color, make and model in under a second.
45,000 years ago in Ethiopia, humans built a paint workshop and used it for millennia.
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The new Surface Pro hybrid tablet/laptop is support to replace the aging Surface Pro 4. But most of the enhancements are hidden away inside
Lotus and Volvo are all under one roof like one big, awkward stepfamily.
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