"You have to be tough to make it in New York City," says New York Mayor Bill de Blasio.
The iPhone maker says its "deeply committed" to upholding human rights.
OpenAI offers only a peek behind the curtain, saying it's worried about bad actors creating "deceptive, biased, or abusive language at scale."
The giant portable speakers let you start a dance party anywhere.
This follows Qualcomm's win against Apple in a Munich court in December.
Google says it rejected at least 55 percent more app submissions in 2018 than in 2017.
Carriers need to implement caller ID authentication systems by the end of this year.
The civil rights groups aim to fix issues like discriminative advertising, voter suppression and targeted misinformation.
It'll come out in beta first and be invite-only.
We may see the next version of the AR headset on Feb. 24.
The US will lose billions if the DACA program ends, warns a coalition of industry leaders.
The carrier even drafted the letter for you to sign.
Detailing their space plans for 2019, China reveals how their next Moon mission will bring lunar samples home for the first time in decades.
It's designed to be more portable and easier to carry around, says a report from Japanese publication Nikkei.
Riders can plan their journey -- whether it's with Uber or not -- in the ride-hailing app.
Because it's hard to cry and drive at the same time.
The free streaming service says it'll spend "over nine figures" on content in 2019.
Apple Music subscribers can also listen to city-themed playlists.
Samsung aims to make it easier for people to navigate their phones.
A more diverse data set can help advance fairness in facial recognition tech, says IBM.
The online retail giant has also promised to support infrastructure and green space projects.
FAA flight restrictions go into effect Thursday.
But made in the USA isn't always easy.
It would be like Netflix but for games.
The company wants to offer more services for companies and professionals.
Customers can reportedly watch live content and on-demand videos through the app.
The company urged the National Labor Relations Board to rethink a precedent regarding employee use of email to organize protests, says a Bloomberg report.
Huawei overtook Apple as the second-largest smartphone seller in the world last year.
Carriers are prepping for 5G, but speeds are already on the rise, according to wireless tracking firm OpenSignal.
The cooler-size autonomous robots are set to hit the streets Wednesday in Washington state.
Yet another flexible phone debuts. Xiaomi exec calls it "double folding."
Chat and Meet will take its place.
Here comes the emoji button!
Because one rigid screen is no longer enough.
I got five correct out of eight.
No need to grab a wallet for your next late-night taco run.
The retail giant will focus on its Vudu division instead, says CNBC.
The Swedish furniture company showcased prototype Symfonisk speakers last year.
The Chinese telecom giant's 5G tech sales have come under scrutiny.
Twenty years in the making, the sequel to Unbreakable has its powerful moments, but it ain't no Marvel movie.