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BeBot is a remote-controlled beach cleaning robot that sifts small plastic and other garbage out of sand.
For the first time, scientists at UC San Francisco translated a person's attempts at speaking to text on screen.
In an unusual move, Google shows off its new premium phones months before release.
They also got to chat with Los Angeles Dodgers players via video chat.
Sony gets really specific on which M.2 SSDs can be used and how to install them,
Huawei has taken the wraps off its latest superphone series. It unveiled the P50 and P50 Pro in an online event Thursday, each of which are getting a China-only release for now.
The noise-canceling wireless buds will cost $99.
In July 2020, three missions left to study Mars' geology and atmosphere and to find evidence of life: NASA's Perseverance rover with its Ingenuity helicopter, China's Tianwen-1 rocket and the UAE's Hope probe.
Sources are saying the images purported to be the Surface Duo 2 are the real deal. What does it look like? Imagine the original, but with a giant camera bump on the back. Weird, right?
London-based startup Nothing unveiled its first device: A pair of wireless earbuds it's calling the Ear 1, which features a novel semi-transparent design.
One of the largest passenger locomotives ever built gets resurrected after decades of disrepair and an intense 20-year restoration project.
Should you be able to fix the stuff you own without going to the original manufacturer? That's one of the central points around the growing right-to-repair movement.
Samsung's invite says, "Get ready to unfold." We should see the next generation of Galaxy Z folding phones and maybe a few other things.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos describes what it was like to be in space after flying on the first crewed Blue Origin spaceflight.
The four Blue Origin astronauts including Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and aviation legend Wally Funk experienced zero gravity during the company's first crewed spaceflight.