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The building is so energy-efficient, it actually feeds power back into the grid.
The country's first commercial, driverless taxi service made its debut in Arizona this month. But it still has a long way to go.
A video editor's story of trying to get parenting ads to stop popping up on her social media feeds after her child was stillborn is starting a conversation online.
The new technology will make downloading information from the internet 10 to 20 times faster.
Apple says it will invest $1 billion to add a new campus in the city, with 5,000 new employees initially but as many as 15,000 over the long term.
Apple already leases office space in the Cambridge Innovation Center, where a team works on the company's Siri speech recognition software.
A new portable, battery-powered diagnostic test could allow public health officials to test for Ebola, malaria and other diseases in less than 30 minutes.
New research suggests that women experience a variety of emotional consequences from tracking their fertility with apps.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai is in Washington on Tuesday to answer questions from members of the House Judiciary Committee.
CRISPR has been in the headlines recently, as a Chinese scientist's claims he created gene-edited twin girls continue to be met with international outrage.
By refusing to make parts, manuals or repair software available, writes Nathan Proctor, companies prevent you from having what you need to fix your stuff.
Revelations about Facebook's sometimes-unethical business practices were predicted in the 2010 movie, writes New York Times media columnist Jim Rutenberg.
There’s now an app to hail a self-driving taxi. We’ll look behind the wheel at the technology and safety concerns.
The New York City Police Department says the new drones will help with hostage situations, search and rescue operations and more.
A new study by Microsoft reveals that the number of Americans who lack broadband internet access far exceeds the federal government's estimate.
The retail giant is now the third-biggest player in digital advertising, behind Google and Facebook.
The blogging platform Tumblr announced it's removing all pornographic content on its site starting Dec. 17.
"Fortnite" — some call the popular video game addictive. It's got everyone from kids to professional athletes hooked.
The next space race to the moon will feature a competition among private companies -- including Cambridge-based Draper. And over $2 billion in contracts is on the table.
NASA’s InSight lander is settling in for the long assignment of exploring the geology of Mars. Will its findings one day rock our world?