Default voices reinforce the stereotype of women being "obliging, docile and eager-to-please helpers," says a United Nations report.
Seriously, we should stop kicking the robots.
But all licenses already signed will still be in effect, which means Huawei can build its own chips for several years to come.
Blue Origin, SpaceX and even NASA have big plans to turn humans into a multi-planetary species. So where will we live when we move to space? The answer is straight out of '70s sci-fi.
Today's major tech stories include Amazon shareholder's efforts failing to curb facial recognition development, a ruling that declares Qualcomm a monopoly and Apple sending out WWDC invites.
Federal regulators are reviewing the aircraft maker's proposed remedy to issue linked to two fatal crashes.
Electronics giant says disclosure of previously confidential details could "irreparably harm" its business.
The tech giant's first smart buildings will open in either late 2023 or early 2024, according to a CNBC report.
Loop of underground tunnels will ferry passengers around new convention center.
In a copyright lawsuit, a Jehovah's Witness has been given protections regarding anonymous online free speech.
Amazon wants to learn about your body, but you won't be allowed to talk about what happens.
From The 3:59 show: It could change Qualcomm's entire business model, but that doesn't mean your next phone will be any cheaper.
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