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This September 12, 2013 photo illustration shows the newly designed Yahoo logo seen on a smartphone.

Move could augment Yahoo's still-waning position in the mobile advertising market.

As the smart home market builds out, where will utility suppliers come in?

Online dating site OkCupid revealed on Monday the results of a study it conducted, in which it told subscribers they were more compatible than they really were. The result? There's something to the power of suggestion.

OkCupid, a top U.S. matchmaking website, intentionally mismatched users to test its technology.

A Google self-driving car is displayed at the Google headquarters on September 25, 2012 in Mountain View, California.

A new campaign could push driverless cars onto U.K. roads in six months.