Motorola Reportedly Resurrecting The RazrMotorola is jumping into a time machine back to the early 2000's and rebirthing the famous "Razr" flip phone.
Walgreens Brings In Microsoft To Help Improve CareThe companies will aim to boost prescription adherence, cut down on emergency room visits and decrease hospital admissions.
YouTube Bans Dangerous Prank VideosA recent "Bird Box challenge" featured videos of people engaging in activities while blindfolded. People also were sickened in a challenge that involved eating Tide detergent pods.
Facebook To Invest $300 Million In News, Focusing On Local
SpaceX Launches 10 More Iridium Communications SatellitesThe payload is the eighth and final set of satellites to be launched as Iridium replaces its entire globe-circling fleet with next-generation orbiters.
Google Considers Building $600M Data Center In MinnesotaMinneapolis-based Xcel Energy disclosed the data center project in a regulatory filing. The Google facility proposed in Becker would mark one of the largest private construction projects in recent state history and create about 50 full-time tech jobs.
Robots Walk, Talk, Pour Beer And Take Over CES Tech ShowNearly all of these robots use a technology called visual SLAM, short for simultaneous localization and mapping.
John Deere, Tide Head To CES Gadget ShowMoline-based John Deere has hauled in self-driving tractors and a 20-ton combine harvester aided by artificial intelligence.
SpaceX Launches Air Force's Best GPS Yet, Ends Banner YearIt's the first in a series and nicknamed Vespucci after the 15th-century Italian explorer who calculated Earth's circumference to within 50 miles.
Santa Tracker NORAD Still Working Despite Government ShutdownNORAD said the 1,500 who operate the trackers are volunteers and the shutdown will not affect them.
Breaking Up (With Facebook) Is Hard To Do: Here's HowWhile Facebook has tried to address some of these problems, it's not enough for some users. Hard as it might seem to quit, especially for those entwined with it for years, it can be done.
Mars Lander Sets Quake Monitor On Planet's Red SurfaceInSight's robotic arm removed the seismometer from the spacecraft deck and set it on the ground Wednesday to monitor Mars quakes.