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Commentary: In a passionate and some might say slightly elitist screed, the co-founder of the company that sold Lyft receipts to Uber tries to defend the practice.
Word is that refurbished models -- with a few important changes -- may appear in Samsung's home base.
Ajit Pai introduces a proposal that would eliminate the legal foundation of the FCC's controversial net neutrality rules, but still try to preserve some openness.
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The chilling two-minute video nicely connects the end of 2012's "Prometheus" with the upcoming film.
A cargo ship on approach to the space station stars in a gorgeous sunset image that looks like a sci-fi movie still.
The travel logistics app, which pulls from your Gmail inbox to help organize your vacay, adds a few more bells and whistles.
Watch the former "MythBusters" co-host secretly invade Silicon Valley Comic Con while dressed as the famous Star Wars Wookiee.
The Touring Plus trim is now the highest trim you can purchase without leather seats.
The In-Traffic Reply app is an attempt to stop drivers from reaching for their phone while on the road.
Your kitchen oven has some competition from a raging hot forge usually used for metalworking.
It's available as a sedan, too, but don't expect either to come to the US.
The tennis superstar demonstrates how easy it is to fault on social media.
This fun video-effects compilation features heads and limbs flying, a creepy girl crawling out of a TV set, and yes, the president gets a hand.
Commentary: Some people think they can skip traffic lines. Until someone teaches them a lesson.
If there were ever an airline that didn't need another public-relations disaster, every bunny knows which one it is.
We talk about Amazon's newest Echo device and also discuss Sergey Brin's secret airship.
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