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If you still remember Sony Corp as the company that defined the cutting edge of technology in the 1990s, its chief executive officer has some good news for you.
Dubai hosted the largest-ever international robotics contest, challenging young people to find solutions to global ocean pollution.
Walking, talking holograms have been a staple of sci-fi films since Princess Leia was magically brought to life in Star Wars.
White House officials discussed combating online misinformation about the coronavirus and other measures during a teleconference on March 11 with tech companies including Alphabet Inc’s Google, Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc.
A US doctor’s dance videos posted on social media have proven just the right medicine for hundreds of thousands of people, including health care workers, who are cheering him on for lifting their spirits during the coronavirus pandemic.
From the hustle and bustle of a startup, Fereshteh Kasrai now works from home, like many Iranian women fighting to keep hard-won tech jobs as the coronavirus outbreak stirs uncertainty.
It was one of the smallest pieces in the world’s biggest science project that turned into the most vexing coronavirus supply-chain hurdle for Bernard Bigot.
The chief architect of Florida’s coronavirus website was fired Monday after an apparent disagreement over what information should be made public, underscoring how entwined public health data and politics have become as elected officials move to reopen their communities amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Japan's Fugaku supercomputer, built with government backing and used in the fight against coronavirus, is now ranked as the world's fastest, its developers announced June 22.
Some robots have flaws that could make them vulnerable to advanced hackers, who could steal data or alter a robot’s movements remotely, like a scene out of science fiction.