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Experts warn that to stop the coronavirus we're on the verge of surrendering critical personal privacy rights to big tech firms and national governments.
Qualcomm President Cristiano Amon explains how 5G can boost telemedicine.
The Vital Patch has just been approved to track some of the most serious COVID-19 effects.
Dirt 5 makes its debut for the new Microsoft Xbox Series X.
The new Assassin's Creed game for the Xbox Series X will premiere with the new console in the fall.
There's a lot more at stake than just antibodies.
SpaceX and Blue Origin are among the companies competing for the right to build NASA's next lunar lander. NASA plans to return to the moon in 2024. We take a look at each company's design.
You want a pair of true wireless earbuds but don't have that much cash to spare? I found you some of the top-rated cheap earbuds and tested them to see how they compare on sound and call quality.
This new invention could spot COVID-19 before you notice you're developing symptoms.
The updated 13-inch MacBook Pro from Apple doubles the storage, adds new 10th-gen Intel CPUs and upgrades to the new Magic Keyboard design.
The device senses the nature, duration and time of coughing.
Soren Bjorn, the president of the world's largest supplier of fresh berries, says the US will need to rethink food delivery and the immigration status of migrant workers essential to ensuring our food supply.
Not even a global pandemic is enough to stop SpaceX's historic first crewed flight with NASA to the International Space Station.
The chain's CTO tells us what's next as America's restaurants plan to reopen.
Measuring your blood oxygen can be a vital way to keep track of your lung health, especially if you're hit with COVID-19 symptoms. But how do they work? And can your phone do the same job as an FDA-approved pulse oximeter?