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Lifelike robots made in Hong Kong meant to win over humans

Jan 16, 2018

David Hanson envisions a future in which AI-powered robots evolve to become "super intelligent genius machines" that can help solve mankind's most challenging problems

Intel underfoot: Floor sensors rise as retail data source

Jan 15, 2018

A Milwaukee-based startup has developed floor sensors to give retailers insights on customers as they move through their stores

CEO: Mercedes may miss emission goal if electrics don't sell

Jan 15, 2018

If customers don't buy electric and more efficient cars and trucks, then Mercedes may not be able to meet government-imposed carbon dioxide emissions standards across the globe, its top executive says

Palestinians to get 3G in West Bank, after Israel lifts ban

Jan 15, 2018

Palestinians in West Bank are finally getting high-speed mobile data services, after yearslong Israeli ban

The Latest: Ford to bring out 40 electrics, hybrids by 2022

Jan 14, 2018

Ford says it will introduce 40 electric and hybrid vehicles by 2022

Chao says companies must allay public's autonomous car fears

Jan 14, 2018

Transportation secretary says automakers, tech firms must convince skeptical public that autonomous cars are safe

Abe: Japan enters cooperation pact with Baltic countries

Jan 13, 2018

Japan's prime minister says his country has entered into a pact with Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania to boost economic and political ties with the three former Soviet republics

Lawmakers to Justice Department: Keep online gambling legal

Jan 12, 2018

Federal lawmakers from both parties in New Jersey are asking the U.S. Justice Department to keep internet gambling legal

Nepal accesses internet through China, ending India monopoly

Jan 12, 2018

Nepal has opened an optical fiber link across the Himalayan mountains to China, ending years of dependency on India for internet access

Cyberbullying blamed for Australian child model's suicide

Jan 12, 2018

A 14-year-old girl who was the angelic face of Australia's iconic Akubra Hats was being remembered after her suicide focused attention on the dangers of cyberbullying

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