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Dozens of Colorado female high school students gathered at Maxar Technologies for an event to encourage them to further their interests and capabilities in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
California will launch the nation's first statewide earthquake early warning system Thursday morning, according to a news release from the governor's office.
Jennifer Aniston's debut on Instagram started with a bang -- by crashing the app.
Google has removed a popular app after researchers discovered it was spreading malware.
Amazon has officially killed one of its more perplexing products: the Dash button.
There's a digital health revolution underway, making it easier for all of us to track our wellness online and with our doctors.
PepsiCo is launching a high-tech water cooler for customers who want healthier drinks that are also better for the environment.
Kids in the United States may be busy playing Fortnite and Apex Legends, but their Chinese counterparts are getting into socialist theory.
At 8:07 p.m. on Monday evening in San Francisco, a man was spotted shooting a gun at streetlights.
China's big global success story on social media has run into trouble in the United States.
If you feel your understanding of "Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism With Chinese Characteristics for the New Era" is a bit rusty, you're in luck.
The nation's largest police force is demanding Google stop allowing users to post DUI checkpoint data on its live traffic and navigation application, Waze.
Dara Khosrowshahi marked his one-year anniversary at Uber by reinforcing how rider safety is a top priority for the company.
One morning, Charlie Latuske woke up feverish and somewhat delirious in his home in Surrey in the UK, leaving him unable to function and in need of a doctor.
Americans will finally be able to apply for federal financial aid on their phones.
Snapchat's revenue climbed 44% year over year even as it lost users in the last quarter because of a rocky app redesign and increased competition from rivals.
West Virginians serving overseas will be the first in the country to cast federal election ballots using a smartphone app, a move designed to make voting in November's election easier for troops living abroad. But election integrity and computer security experts expressed alarm at the prospect of voting by phone, and one went so far as to call it "a horrific idea."
Say hello to Fry Fridays.
A frustrating attempt at renovating a house in California prompted one couple to start a business that aims to help others avoid the same headaches.
Starting this week, visitors won't have to go to the White House to tour it.