Serve robots could make deliveries by traveling on sidewalks.
And people used the heart emoji more than 14 billion times on the social app this year.
The service unveils a stable of originals heading to your screens in early 2019.
Cities in Florida, Texas and Mississippi are among the new locations getting the ultra-high-speed broadband service.
He's got a knack for cooking up ideas that sound like they come from comic books.
Journalists and others took to Twitter to discuss "The Guardians."
A Morgan Stanley report shows that investors don't see a funding gap for businesses owned by women and minorities, but the money doesn't add up.
The app is trying to de-clutter.
There could be some growth in the future for smartphones, says an IDC report.
There's still a wide gap between talking about change and making it happen.
Meanwhile, avocado toast may have lost its luster.
Book sales will go to Feeding America, a nonprofit organization.
Fortnite Creative launches for everyone on Dec. 13, but Battle Pass owners can try it out starting tomorrow.
May your days be scary and bright.
For Computer Science Education Week, Accenture wants to introduce you to artificial intelligence in the language of your choice.
For Computer Science Education Week, Microsoft is re-upping a commitment to help Code.org get tech education into more schools.
The Uncarrier promises no fees for things like over drafting or using an ATM.
Twitter said Russian officials got in touch about the fake account.
They say there's always some madness in love.
Alexa, take me to the river.
The Testaments will be published in September 2019.
As Inigo Montoya might say: Prepare to die, virtually.
Zuckerberg said Facebook will create a governing body to address content appeals.