Nintendo Embraces Games With Rougher Edge for New Console
While Nintendo plans to stay loyal to families and casual game fans, it also wants its new Switch console to battle PlayStation and Xbox for adult...
What's Old Is New Again at HP
About to close out its best showing in years, the question naturally hanging over HP Inc. is whether the storied tech company can pull off a repeat...
China Seeks Small Stakes in, and More Sway Over, Online Firms
The government’s partial ownership of two small internet companies suggests a new strategy by Beijing to control what people say in the digital realm.
Goodell's wife used fake Twitter account to defend husband
Wife of often embattled NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell used a fake Twitter account to defend her husband against critics.
WeChat apologizes after turning 'black foreigner' into racial slur
Popular Chinese messaging app WeChat has apologized after a software glitch used the N-word in a translation for "black foreigner."
Joseph Schmitt Suited Up Astronauts for Historic Space Missions
Joseph Schmitt made a career of helping astronauts into space suits and tucking them into their capsules before blastoff. He suited up astronauts...
Bits: Farhad and Nicole’s Week in Tech: Russia, Russia Everywhere
In this week’s tech news roundup: How Israeli spies watched Russian spies watch Americans. Also, Facebook’s Russia problem continues.
Scientists develop shape-shifting 'skin' that would give robots the ultimate camouflage
Humans might think that we have a pretty good handle on camouflage, but in the grand scheme of things we're really just amateurs.
Uber Launches Appeal Against London Ban
Uber formally appealed the London transportation authority’s decision to revoke its license to operate in the British capital, a move that allows...
Tech Tip: How to Get Cortana to Keep Track of Your Favorite Teams
Microsoft’s virtual assistant can round up all the news for your favorite sports teams, as long as you tell the software the ones you root for.
Uber appeals London decision to pull its license
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Apple Co-Founder's Woz U Aims to Prepare Tech Workers, Affordably
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has formed a relationship with a for-profit university to help people enter into the technology workforce