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In an email he sent to employees this morning, Arvind Krishna said he will focus on artificial intelligence and hybrid cloud as key technologies for the future. He also made the case that the company's legacy of providing core technology makes it indispensabl…
"I love you very much," the woman told her mother.
Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken are two of the first people to fly on a SpaceX rocket, a feat they achieved last month.
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Ford Motor Company is already struggling to survive. The decision to relaunch the Bronco shows why the company is on the path to bankruptcy.
No Time to Die, but plenty of time to host. Plus musical guest the Weeknd.
Hasbro is offering to replace the Poppy doll for anyone who wants a different one.
Investigators said David Tyler Hines was given nearly $4 million in loans under a program to help small businesses during the pandemic and then used the money for personal expenses.
SHARKS have bemused scientists for decades, who study and tag these creatures in a bid to unravel their mysterious behaviour, but a team of experts were left staggered when one of its research subjects completely disappeared.
The cable tore a gaping 100-foot hole in one of the largest radio telescope dishes in the world, taking the instrument offline until repairs can be made.
The webcast begins Aug. 12 at 7 p.m. EDT (2300 GMT).
Yale physicists have developed an error-correcting cat—a new device that combines the Schrödinger's cat concept of superposition (a physical system existing in two states at once) with the ability to fix some of the trickiest errors in a quantum computation.
NASA’s first asteroid-sampling spacecraft just completed its second successful sample collection rehearsal.
Advance could pave way for industrial-scale inkjet printing of electronic components.
Time-sensitive climate change research is taking a hit due to coronavirus.
A new species of dinosaur related to Tyrannosaurus rex has been discovered in the U.K.
Researchers from Germany sent solar cells into low-Earth Orbit to see how well they might perform in longer, deep space missions.
Apple last month confirmed that this year's iPhone 12 models will launch outside of their normal September timeframe and will be "available a...