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These electric self-driving tractors could make farming much greener

California-based Monarch says it has developed the world's first fully electric autonomous tractor.


More than 40 attorneys general urge Facebook to stop plans for an Instagram for kids

Facebook's plans to launch a version of Instagram for children under the age of 13 continues to get backlash.

SpaceX claims it will accept dogecoin as payment for an upcoming moon mission


Apple and Epic wrap up first week of their blockbuster trial. Here's what happened and what's next

Is Fortnite a game? An app? An expansive virtual universe? All of the above?

Co-chair of Facebook Oversight Board defends decision to uphold Trump ban

Michael McConnell, co-chair of the Facebook Oversight Board, defended the board's recommendation to continue the suspension of former President Donald Trump's Facebook account over statements he made in the immediate aftermath of the January 6th insurrection at the Capitol.

Microsoft is finally updating its 26-year-old icons from Windows 95

Microsoft is giving Windows 10 a fresh coat of paint. But it's not just getting a touch-up Microsoft is doing all the fine details, getting under the switch plates and sanding the molding.

Facebook told to investigate its role in insurrection

Facebook's independent oversight board on Wednesday upheld the company's decision to suspend former President Donald Trump. But one of the most important aspects of the decision wasn't really about the former President's social media accounts at all; instead it was a recommendation for a deeper review of the role the platform played in the spread of election conspiracy theories that, in the board's words, "exacerbated tensions that culminated in the violence in the United States on January 6."

IBM says it has created the world's smallest and most powerful microchip

The semiconductor industry's constant challenge is to make microchips that are smaller, faster, more powerful and more energy efficient simultaneously.

China can't stop talking about the Bill and Melinda Gates divorce

The divorce of Bill and Melinda Gates has sent shockwaves through China, where the Microsoft co-founder has achieved a level of fame unlike almost any other Western entrepreneur.

I tracked my kid with Apple's Airtags to test its privacy features

I clipped a keychain with one of Apple's tiny new Bluetooth trackers, AirTags, onto my son's book bag and waved goodbye to him on the school bus. I watched on my iPhone's Find My app as the bus stopped at a light a few blocks down from our street.

SpaceX lands Mars rocket prototype for the first time

SpaceX just launched another test flight of an early Mars rocket prototype at its South Texas facility, sending the towering silver vehicle soaring up to about six miles above Earth, then putting it through a series of aerial acrobatics before re-lighting two of its engines and landing it upright back on a landing pad.

Google backtracks on office returns and will allow employees to work remotely

Google is expanding its options for when, where and how often employees return to the office.

Dell lays out its plans for the future

Dell imagines a future in which businesses are faster, smarter and better.

Facebook Oversight Board upholds Donald Trump's suspension from the platform

Facebook can keep blocking former President Donald Trump from using its platform but must revisit the decision within six months, the social network's court-like Oversight Board said Wednesday. The landmark decision affirmed the company's decision to issue the suspension after the January 6 US Capitol riots.

Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin to auction ticket for first space tourism flight

Blue Origin after spending more than six years developing its space tourism rocket, New Shepard has finally set a date for its first commercial passenger mission, July 20, and announced that one of the first passengers will be the winner of an online auction.

Facebook tried to punt the Trump decision. That backfired

The Facebook Oversight Board was designed to make some of Facebook's most difficult decisions for the company. But on Wednesday the board put one of the biggest dilemmas facing the platform back on Facebook and company CEO Mark Zuckerberg.



MSNBC's Kristen Welker asks White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki about Facebook's decision to continue the suspension of President Trump's account.

Epic Games and Apple spar over consoles and walled gardens on opening day of trial

Epic Games and Apple kicked off their high-profile trial on Monday, beginning a legal battle that is expected to run for at least two weeks and has the potential to change not only the iPhone maker's app ecosystem, but also the broader app economy worth hundreds of billions of dollars.

Anyone can use this powerful facial-recognition tool and that's a problem

You probably haven't seen PimEyes, a mysterious facial-recognition search engine, but it may have spotted you.



CNN's John Berman takes a look back at a year filled with video conference difficulties that made us laugh.