Figure AI wants to build a multi-purpose, humanoid home robot but faces huge hurdles and an incredibly crowded field
Metalenz's Polar ID offers a potentially cheaper, easier to integrate, and possibly more effective biometric security than Apple's Face ID.
The US Supreme Court is hearing a pair of cases that could define the future of all social media (and possibly ruin the whole thing).
Lenovo's Project Crystal features a transparent screen and kyopard but it may never become a product.
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Apple launches a rare new app, and it's about nothing but real-time sports, games, stats, and scores.
ChatGPT is learning how to remember what you told it about yourself, your interests, and your preferences.
More people watched the Super Bowl on the streaming platform than ever before, and, for the most part, it held up
Dyson Supersonic r hair dryer is custom-built for pro hair stylists – that's why it looks like a pipe.
Apple's new spatial computing headset is unlike any that have come before it, and it could change how you work, play, and live.
Once one of the most influential platforms on the Internet, Yahoo passes a milestone with little fanfare
Apple launches Vision Pro at its flagship store in Manhattan. Here's how to set up a demo at an Apple Store near you
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Apple has made its EU Apps Store rule compliance as unappetizing as possible and there's good reason for it.