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From Ford GT to Audi Q7 and a pair of oddly homonymous Chevys, we take you on a whirlwind trip of the auto shows that start the year off right: Detroit and, yes, CES.
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It's an impossible question to answer -- unless you're Neil deGrasse Tyson. Watch the famed astrophysicist take on a young boy's loaded query, and knock it out of the park.
The company expects a pretax loss due to changes in pension and post-employment plans and abandonment of certain copper assets.
On January 21, Microsoft will stake out the future of Windows, giving us a glimpse of what its software will look like on mobile devices. A successor to Internet Explorer may also be in store.
More consumers will rely on fingerprint sensing and facial scanning apps in coming years, Juniper Research predicts.
A team of researchers has programmed an AI into Nintendo's Super Mario Advance, so that he can play his own game according to his feelings.
The Golden State Warriors will open a new high-tech sports and entertainment complex in 2018, and the basketball team's testing some of the innovations in its current arena now.
This year's Detroit auto show featured two welcome revivals, the new Ford GT and Acura NSX, along with a slew of potent new launches.
The film, written by Aaron Sorkin and directed by Danny Boyle, is on location at the former Apple CEO's childhood home in Los Altos, Calif.