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A game about cute birds on tiny skateboards, another that lets players mash game genres together, a game about golfing, tennis playing, fishing, and adventuring, and a return to an enigmatic sci-fi world are all coming to Nintendo Switch (and, in most cases, other platforms) and were part of the console company's IndieWorld presentation.
A Silicon Valley startup has completed what appears to be the first commercial freight cross-country trip by an autonomous truck, which finished a 2,800-mile-run from Tulare, California to Quakertown, Pennsylvania for Land O'Lakes in under three days. The trip was smooth like butter, 40,000 pounds of it.
After years of reconnaissance, China's retail king Alibaba is finally making its move on Europe. It is undercutting Amazon sellers' fees to attract vendors but has had mixed results, six sources with direct knowledge of the matter said.
It’s like Google Street View, but for mapping greenhouse gases and smog.
While Dorsey is the company’s public face, and the final word on all things product and strategy, the taxing job of creating and enforcing Twitter’s rules don’t actually land on the CEO’s shoulders. Instead, that falls to Twitter’s top lawyer, Vijaya Gadde.
Online dating is not only transforming the way people hook up, it is changing the way single people spend their money and shaping the nature of household spending, according to one investor taking an interest in the emerging sector.
Digital Acceptance is allowing for more complex banking transactions to be conducted online while ensuring confidence from banks and customers, say Australian tech firm Nuvola.
In an October post on TikTok, digital magician and video star Zach King walks up to the counter at Chipotle to receive a burrito bowl with chips. After he pays, he jumps and his clothes change in an instant into astronaut gear. Soon, everything in the store is floating in apparent zero gravity.
Electric-vehicle manufacturers in China are seen turning to cheaper batteries to slash costs and meet the needs of drivers in its megacities who don’t need to travel huge distances.
Four years after Russia-linked groups stoked divisions in the US presidential election on social media platforms, a new report shows that Moscow's campaign hasn't let up and has become harder to detect.