Technically Incorrect: At his home on Kauai, the Facebook CEO seems not to want to share a view of his property -- or the sea -- with others.
Technically Incorrect: Suggesting that the Apple CEO probably doesn't think much about politics, the House minority leader is dismissive of Cook.
NASA's Space Launch System rocket booster test in a Utah desert finds success; also, a free-roaming VR experience is coming to a Japanese theme park.
Ear tips made for Leonard Nimoy for the original Star Trek series go up for sale as part of a massive Star Trek auction full of costumes and props.
Volkswagen may have to pay up to $10 billion to car owners and $4 billion in cleanup and prevention as part of it's settlement with US regulators over its dirty diesel cars.
"Game of Thrones" showrunner David Benioff finally gives a mostly definitive answer as to how much more blood and fire we'll get.
"I had never heard of Windows 10," travel agent Teri Goldstein tells The Seattle Times.
Technically Incorrect: Speaking with Larry King, the renowned physicist despairs about the state of humanity and suggests rogue AI will be hard to stop.
Optimus Prime awaits you on YouTube in a four-part preview to the upcoming series "Combiner Wars," which is aimed at grown-ups.
Many VR games bring the horror to you, but this demo from Japan lets you become the one others fear.
And, maybe, goodbye Kinect
Kickstarter project Nimb is the latest in a niche category of wearable tech devoted to personal safety.
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