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Facebook's Really Big Plans For Virtual Reality
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Facebook's Really Big Plans For Virtual Reality

The office building on Facebook Way is in the unfinished style that honors materials like plywood, concrete, and steel.

The Mapping Expert Behind Pokémon Go
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The Mapping Expert Behind Pokémon Go

Over the past couple of weeks, the smartphone game Pokémon Go has more than doubled Nintendo’s share price and reintroduced the Pokémon Co.’s digital monsters to...

Google Sprints Ahead in AI Building Blocks, Leaving Rivals Wary
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Google Sprints Ahead in AI Building Blocks, Leaving Rivals Wary

There's a high-stakes race under way in Silicon Valley to develop software that makes it easy to weave artificial intelligence technology into almost everything...

Nasa Will Pay You $1.5 Million to Build the Next Rover
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Nasa Will Pay You $1.5 Million to Build the Next Rover

In June, NASA invited a small horde of robots and their makers to Massachusetts to compete for a chance to win as much as $1.5 million.

How Amazon Triggered a Robot Arms Race
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How Amazon Triggered a Robot Arms Race

An Amazon warehouse is a flurry of activity.

Advertisers Look to Harness Virtual Reality For Marketing Boost
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Advertisers Look to Harness Virtual Reality For Marketing Boost

A syringe-making machine built by Stevanato Group SpA of Italy runs 23 hours a day, churning out glass needles that can be filled with blood thinners, vaccines...

How Intel Makes a Chip
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How Intel Makes a Chip

Before entering the cleanroom in D1D, as Intel calls its 17 million-cubic-foot microprocessor factory in Hillsboro, Oregon, it's a good idea to carefully wash your...

The World's Top Economists Want to Work For Amazon and Facebook
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The World's Top Economists Want to Work For Amazon and Facebook

At an April meetup organized by the National Association for Business Economics (NABE), a Facebook researcher named Michael Bailey showed his peers how somebody...

Crooks Are ­sing an International Messaging System to Rob Banks
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Crooks Are ­sing an International Messaging System to Rob Banks

The central bank of Bangladesh was the victim of one of the biggest bank heists of all time in February, when thieves made off with $81 million.

How the Constant Threat of War Shaped Israel's Tech Industry
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How the Constant Threat of War Shaped Israel's Tech Industry

Unit 8200 is Israel's most mysterious agency. No one outside knows exactly how it operates, who works there, or how they learn.

The Satellite Industry Is Fueled By Your Need For Global Connectivity
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The Satellite Industry Is Fueled By Your Need For Global Connectivity

When Elon Musk's Space Exploration Technologies (known as SpaceX) set a rocket down on a barge floating in the Atlantic Ocean on May 6, many cheered it as the latest...

China's Virtual Reality Market Will Be Worth $8.5 Billion and Everyone Wants a Piece
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China's Virtual Reality Market Will Be Worth $8.5 Billion and Everyone Wants a Piece

Hip-hop dancers, military marchers and daredevils in winged suits are bringing China's Internet titans into the world of virtual reality.

Huawei Prepares For Robot Overlords and Communication with the Dead
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Huawei Prepares For Robot Overlords and Communication with the Dead

Chinese technology giant Huawei is preparing for a world where people live forever, dead relatives linger on in computers and robots try to kill humans.

Artificial Intelligence For Everyday ­se: Coming Soon
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Artificial Intelligence For Everyday ­se: Coming Soon

Real-world artificial-intelligence applications are popping up in unexpected places—and much sooner than you might think.

Microsoft Strikes Partnership With Banks on Blockchain Tech
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Microsoft Strikes Partnership With Banks on Blockchain Tech

Microsoft Inc. has pulled ahead of Alphabet Inc.'s Google, International Business Machines Corp., and Amazon.com Inc. in the race for supremacy in operating other...

Apple Bruised
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Apple Bruised

Did Apple win? Or the U.S. government? Neither did.

Remembering Silicon Valley's First Giant, Intel's Andrew Grove
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Remembering Silicon Valley's First Giant, Intel's Andrew Grove

Silicon Valley is full of logical absolutists, people who will follow a line of argument wherever it goes, no matter what the human repercussions.

Silicon Valley Rides Obama's Coattails Into Cuba
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Silicon Valley Rides Obama's Coattails Into Cuba

President Barack Obama is in Cuba, and Silicon Valley is tagging along for the ride.

Israel Cyber Cadets Train in Harry Potter-Inspired War Zone
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Israel Cyber Cadets Train in Harry Potter-Inspired War Zone

The Israeli military's elite Cyber Command is honing its skills at Hogwarts.

Automakers Go Back to School to Learn to Build Self-Driving Cars
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Automakers Go Back to School to Learn to Build Self-Driving Cars

Automakers didn't build the self-driving car: Google did.
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