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Twitter COO Noto in running to become SoFi CEO
Anthony Noto, Twitter's chief operating officer, is in talks with Social Finance to become the online lending company’s new chief executive officer.
Exercising robot Kangoro breaks a sweat in the gym
A Japanese research team has built a humanoid robot that resembles the intricate muscular and skeletal structure of a human body, making it capable of mimicking human activities like push-ups and sit-ups.
Australia drone rescue is world first
A drone was sent a kilometer out to sea to drop a flotation device for two teenagers who got caught in a riptide.
What a Key Analyst Cut to iPhone X Estimates Means for Apple
A closely watched Apple Inc. analyst has whacked about 23 percent off his initial projections for iPhone X shipments, citing weak Chinese demand.
Polish student designs robotic arm that plays music
A Polish engineering student has combined his passion for music with technology to design a robotic arm that plays music.
Yamaha unveils autonomous and robot-driven motorcycles
Ready to ride? Autonomous, self-balancing, and robot-driven. Yamaha brings next-generation technology to the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Apple pushed to break IPhone addictions for kids
Bloomberg's Jason Kelly discusses investors urging Apple to do more to protect children from smartphone addiction.
Apple Products Exposed to Chip Security Flaw
Bloomberg's Mark Gurman discusses the chip flaw that puts Apple products at risk. He speaks with Bloomberg's Julia Chatterley, Joe Weisenthal and Scarlet Fu on "What'd You Miss?"
Apple says chip flaw impacts all Macs, iPhones, iPads
Apple Inc. announced on Wednesday that all iOS devices, like Mac computers, iPhones, and iPads, are affected by chip security flaws. Bloomberg's Jeremy Kahn reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
BlackBerry is no longer in turnaround mode, CEO says
John Chen, BlackBerry Ltd.'s chairman and chief executive officer, discusses the company's push into the self-driving car industry, growth opportunities and its partnership strategy with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
Google's Vint Cerf is worried about buggy software
Vint Cerf, chief internet evangelist at Google, discusses the biggest risks he sees in technology for 2018.
Chicken poo power could be alternative to coal
Israeli researchers develop a way to mimic coal formation by heating wet chicken waste, potentially providing an alternative energy source to the fossil fuel and find a use for growing amounts of waste from poultry.