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Thursday November 23, 2017. 03:00 PM
Looking to avoid your family and don't like football? These flicks will get you through your turkey hangover.
VC firms expect to invest $375 million in construction tech this year, making it one of the last massive industries to be disrupted.
Thanksgiving may be the biggest running day of the year, but the caloric effects of that 5K are negligible.
Really, Thanksgiving is all about thermal transfer.
The country's toll operators were supposed to be running on a single national system more than a year ago.
Wednesday November 22, 2017. 08:38 PM
Shopping for some new cans or buds? How about Bluetooth speakers? Here are the sales worth digging into.
First it wraps the organ in polymer arms. Then it pierces the flesh with a pointy rod.
The most exciting, best Cyber Monday tech deals we've found around the web for 2017!
This year, a team of Labrador retrievers trained to sniff out body-worn explosives will help lock down NYC's Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Weir's new sci-fi novel goes deep on technical specs but skimps on the social nuance.
Lee's debut film returns in series form, and renews its celebration of female desire.
The battle for this often ignored slice of street has only just begun.
Games have long since transcended their early niche, but they still exist as a memory-burrow for many during the holiday season.
US airports are starting trials of new CT scanners that will let TSA agents virtually unpack bags, keeping everyone safe and on the move.
The non-browning apple is one of the first foods engineered to appeal to the senses—not a farmer’s bottom line.
Dara Khosrowshahi's job is to reform Uber—and he thinks that his background as an Iranian immigrant will come in handy.
This Thanksgiving, we bring you four portraits of immigrants in Silicon Valley—from the C-Suite to the gig economy.
Combining the nation's largest pay-TV provider with the owner of 'must-have' channels will raise prices and stifle competition.
As the water level rises, more than 16,000 historic sites across Florida are at risk of being drowned by waves. In Miami-Dade County, researchers are working to keep history on solid ground.
Purva Gupta has spent the past four years launching her Silicon Valley startup, Lily—and chasing down five visas and a green card.
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