A key update in Google's search revamp uses artificial intelligence to help customers shop for products online using images rather than text.
For three years, InstaMed has seen phenomenal growth. Revenue has accelerated from $31 million in 2015 but the company isn't planning to go public any time soon.
We spent two weeks with Sony's reboot of Aibo, the robot dog. The idea that a hunk of plastic and metal can make you feel affection is no longer so far-fetched.
The renovations are part of a multiyear effort to transform thousands of restaurants worldwide.
Conservatives quickly seized on the leaked video Wednesday as evidence that Google is trying to undermine Trump and silence his supporters - and some White House allies even suggested investigating the company as a result.
The iPhone Xs, starting at $999, succeeds last year's flagship model, the iPhone Xs Max is one of the most-expensive at $1,099 and up, and the third model, called the Xr, retains the key advances of the first iPhone X but is cheaper while being noticeably larger at 6.1 inches starting at $749.
Researchers and real estate experts say people are aware of potential risks in smart homes - and are willing to accept them.
Digital Fringe, an online mini-Fringe Festival, hosts a one-night Digital Art Showcase where you can meet game developers and other digital artists in the flesh.
The new funding follows a $1.2 million seed round that closed in fall 2017.
Millions of Americans don't have dental insurance. Kleer, a Wayne start-up, is signing up dentists to offer "membership" plans that enable patients to get care at a discount. Dentists benefit because patients get care that they otherwise typically skip because they can't afford it.
Seventy-four percent of adults have taken one of the following actions on Facebook: changed their privacy settings, taken a break from the app or deleted it all together.
"5G was supposed to be in 2020," said Qualcomm president Cristiano Amon in an interview last week. "In the middle of the biggest crisis we've had, we maintained the level of research and development spending in order to accelerate 5G by more than a year."
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg and Twitter's Jack Dorsey appeared before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on Wednesday. Google was conspicuously absent from the hearing.