in-game screenshot, "CoD: WWII"

'Call Of Duty' Is Returning To Its Roots

"CoD: WWII" is set to release Nov. 3.

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Amazon

Amazon's Latest Gadget Isn't For People With Trust Issues

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg
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The Infant Killing On Facebook Live Highlights A Broader Problem

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Keating et al.

Future Construction Sites Will Be Full Of Robots

An illustration of the Uber Elevate model.
Uber

Next Up For Uber: Flying Cars

Waymo self-driving minivan
Waymo

Waymo Is Giving The Public A Chance To Test Its Self-Driving Cars

A pilot flies the Kitty Hawk Flyer over a body of water.
Kitty Hawk

You Could Own This Awesome Flying Car A Lot Sooner Than You Think

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Apple Wants To Make Your iPhone A Lot More Eco-Friendly

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Why Google Might Be Building An Ad Blocker Into Chrome

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Major League Baseball Players Get Social With 'Infield Chatter' App

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Auckland Photo News / CC BY 2.0

Malaysia Airlines Has A New Way To Track Its Planes After Flight MH370

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Facebook

Facebook Finally Has A Virtual Reality Product

Suspect Steve Stephens
Cleveland Police

Facebook Murder Suspect Steve Stephens Killed Himself In Pennsylvania

CIA Director Mike Pompeo and Julian Assange
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CIA Director Calls WikiLeaks A 'Hostile Intelligence Service'

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Festival de Cannes

Cannes Welcomes Another Streaming Service To Its Film Lineup

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Nintendo

Say Goodbye To The NES Classic

A robot and its human minders
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How Robots And Humans Can Peacefully Coexist

A parcel is prepared for dispatch at an Amazon warehouse
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Hackers Reportedly Cost Some Amazon Third-Party Sellers Up To $50,000

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The US Government Says Google Is Shorting Its Female Workers

Google's California headquarters
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Google Will Start Fact-Checking Fake News Stories

President Trump and an anti-Trump Twitter account.
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US Drops Request For Private Details Of Anti-Trump Twitter Account

Zunum Aero electric plane concept
Zunum Aero

These Electric Planes Could Make Regional Travel Much Faster

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Amazon Let Kids Make In-App Purchases, And Now It's Paying For It

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
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Facebook Launches New Tools To Help Prevent 'Revenge Porn'

SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket sits on a launchpad.
SpaceX

SpaceX Hits A Major Milestone On Its Way To Mars

Mars Rover
NASA

This Small Robot Could Change The Way We Explore Other Planets

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People Are Raising Money To Buy Lawmakers' Internet Histories

The Samsung Galaxy S8
Samsung

Samsung Will Try To Revamp Its Mobile Brand With The New S8

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Reality Check: Energy Jobs Aren't In Coal Anymore

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President Trump Will Decide If Internet Providers Can Sell User Data

WPI researcher shows spinach leaves that have been removed of plant cells.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Scientists Grow Beating Heart Cells On Spinach Leaves