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In response to claims that the new Mi 4 copied the iPhone, Barra called out a "flawed" patent system for hindering innovation in the market.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins and the University of Nebraska say that the algae virus affects human cognitive functions.
A French man is jailed after letting his forlorn feelings overwhelm his intelligence.
Neil DeGrasse Tyson tells MSNBC that it's possible aliens have visited and already concluded that there is no intelligent life on Earth.
Long, stretched-out videos? Don't yell at the people who take them. Instead, let's wonder why phone cameras aren't smarter.
This large SUV is a reliable old dog with a new look, and it's learned a few new tech tricks for this generation.
Ray Kurzweil, the man who promises "Singularity" between man and machine, speaks of it as being a wonderful thing. But is it? Even remotely?