After amassing 2 billion users, Facebook isn't slowing down
Look for the company to invest more in Instagram, Messenger and episodic content.
Apple supplier Foxconn announces plan for Wisconsin display factory
The facility is part of a $10 billion US investment.
Walmart cancels early SNES Classic Edition preorders
The retailer is sorry for the confusion.
'The Sims 4' will get weird on consoles November 17th
It's a direct transfer of the Mac and PC version, not a watered down port.
Google is spending $50 million to modernize the job hunt
Some of it will go toward helping people find jobs better suited their skills.
Google drops Instant Search to unify mobile and desktop queries
The seven-year-old feature ends today.
Google tests your tolerance for autoplaying video
It's limited to film trailers, with no plans to expand to other subjects or make it permanent.
Facebook pledges funding to non-profit election security group
The social network will give $500,000 to help start the bipartisan organization.
Bitcoin grows up and gets its first federally regulated exchange
Investors will be able to hedge against the digital currency's price swings.
Disney plans to make augmented reality a shared experience
Its Magic Bench lets everyone join in experiences.
Overwatch League pro players will earn at least $50,000 a year
Plus health insurance!
Audi, BMW and Mercedes cars will share live traffic jam data
Here is using connected cars to provide more accurate road conditions.
Airbnb and NAACP partner to boost minority-hosted rentals
Airbnb will give 20 percent of this revenue back to the NAACP.
Yeast could hold the key to custom-built DNA
A team is building DNA from scratch in a bid to understand life's blueprint.
Pokémon Go Fest's big flop shows Niantic needs to think bigger
Your game is one of the most popular titles in the world, so act like it already.
Meizu Pro 7 has a tiny selfie screen on its backside
Say cheese to yourself with either side of these phones.
Silicon Valley’s sudden obsession with making TV shows
Facebook and Snapchat are encroaching on Netflix's and Hulu’s core business.
TSA requires separate screening of devices larger than a phone
Domestic air travel is about to get even more frustrating.
Girl Scouts adds STEM badges for robotics and computer science
It’s their latest step in encouraging girls to pursue these technical fields.
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Stanford built a '4D' camera for cars, robots and VR
It can also capture 140 degrees of info in one image.
MIT-developed plugin makes CAD changes 'instant'
It could lead to improvements for practically everything you use.
NASA wants your origami ideas for its spacecraft radiation shield
The shield will protect future spacefarers from developing deadly diseases due to radiation.
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Nanomaterial charges everyday batteries in seconds
Tesla is building world’s largest backup battery in Australia
Seaweed could be the key to long-lasting electric car batteries
The Navy built rechargeable batteries that won't explode on you
Leaf veins may lead to longer battery life
Tiny liquid battery cools chips while powering them
HP Spectre X2 review (2017): A more refined Surface clone
But battery life is still a problem.
Amazon Echo Show review: Seeing is believing
The virtual assistant Alexa has a 'face' for the first time.
Nintendo’s New 2DS XL is the closest you’ll ever get to a ‘3DS XL Lite’
Smaller, lighter, cheaper but not universally better.