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Jawbone has put its speaker business up for sale and has stopped production of its UP fitness trackers, two news sites say.
More than 100 health experts and scientists call on the UN's World Health Organization to move or delay this year's summer Olympics.
Accio Kleenex! Fans are going to do some sobbing if they see the new play "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child," J.K. Rowling promises.
Twitter users in the UK abusively hurled the terms around 10,000 times during the course of just three weeks.
Get ready for some console announcements at E3, GameStop says.
Technically Incorrect: Citing a need to preserve its tarmac roads, the town of Wajir in Kenya does the unthinkable and requires underwear on its donkeys.
In honor of the Scripps National Spelling Bee, Google Trends releases a map showing which word each state struggles to spell.
The dispute had gotten so bad the Labor Department had to step in to help with the talks.
You can still have it done at the dealership if you're not comfortable upgrading your own car, but there will be an installation fee.
The app, reportedly rolling out in beta version, lets users organize their reservations, find places of interest and explore the best restaurants.
The acquisition of the computer vision specialist boosts Intel's push into the world of the Internet of Things and the self-driving vehicle market.
The latest MacBook Pro rumors point to an all-new design, but will it be that great? Plus, all the latest iPhone 7 and 7 Plus news and rumors.
Technically Incorrect: In a fascinating speech, Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert says that if you were to send 40 people up in a spacecraft to find us a new place to live, none should be gay.
He claims that, after being called in for a job related to Uber's autonomous efforts, the company took what he had to say and never contacted him again.
The Shell Eco-Marathon brings wild-looking cars to the streets of Detroit in a bid for a more fuel-sipping automotive future.
Justin Yu returns to help us unpack the new Xbox One rumors, break down the Peter Thiel/Gawker situation and give us some much-needed social advice on when to go in for the hug or kiss on the cheek.
Face-tracking cameras may be the next evolution of the smart home assistant, but will consumers be creeped out? Sources tell CNET Apple is working on smart home speaker that could have a camera.
The study, which used rats, does not definitively conclude that phones are dangerous to humans.
Find out when you can watch the briefings from Sony, Microsoft, EA, Ubisoft and Nintendo.
A new report seems to back up the reports this week that Microsoft is working on a new, more powerful Xbox One.