The tech giant isn't saying what exactly the tech is.
From The 3:59 show: US subscribers are going to pay $1 or $2 more a month to help feed its TV- and movie-making machine.
The digital addressing startup already is built into Mercedes car mapping systems.
Two separate operations out of Russia used similar tactics to mislead followers, the company says.
Think robots, space and machines that get smarter on their own.
The CEO highlights "invisible" privacy violations and the "shadow economy" they've created.
Looks like they're splitting amicably based on the latest preview build of Windows 10.
Today's major tech headlines include a possible comeback for the Motorola Razr, the decoupling of Windows 10 search and Cortana and Google's solar powered data centers.
From CNET Magazine: Don't get fooled like I was.
Big Sky Resort's new Ramcharger 8 is also the first Doppelmayr D-Line eight-seat chairlift in the world. It's one luxurious uphill experience.
The Redmond-based software giant is planning to address homelessness and develop affordable housing for residents in the area.
Rubio introduced his take on privacy regulations Wednesday.
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