The company behind the Sphere said a set of “spokesbots” will interact with guests when they visit the 17,500-seat venue.
Apple on Tuesday unveiled its next generation of iPhones — a line-up that will boast better cameras, faster processors, a new charging system and a price hike for the fanciest model.
An expert in cybersecurity says it’s too early to speculate whether MGM Resorts International was the victim of hackers in a ransomware attack but there are numerous clues indicating it was.
An ancient volcanic lakebed on the Nevada-Oregon border could hold the largest known deposit of lithium in the world, according to a recent study.
The problem affected credit card transactions and other computerized systems. There were indications that MGM shut down some systems to prevent the matter from becoming worse.
Consumer Cellular is expanding its service to Nevada, opening a brick-and-mortar store in northwest Las Vegas.
In a filing to the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada, NV Energy has forwarded Sphere’s plan for 70 percent of its power needs to be met with a new solar energy plant.
Drinking recycled sewage water is gaining steam across the West as cities grapple with the effects of more than two decades of drought that has dwindled water supplies from the Colorado River.
Industrial real estate is picking up steam in Southern Nevada, with a large percentage of new space being leased ahead of completion.
Former shuttle astronaut Jose Hernandez, a California regent, will advise the program to develop flight engineers for future trips to space from the Las Vegas Spaceport.
Apple’s red end-call button is set to slightly move with upcoming iOS 17 updates to the phone app.
Rising temperatures have sapped more than 10 trillion gallons of water from the Colorado River over the last two decades, a recent study shows.
The JRNY Gallery, an art gallery dedicated exclusively to NFTs, is the first facility of its kind in Las Vegas.
Death Valley was forecast to come close to record-tying temperatures Sunday, and tourists flocked to the national park, some to possibly witness heat history and other by coincidence.