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Sunday November 12, 2017. 01:00 PM
Elephants did not evolve to become huge animals until after they turned a bit of genetic junk into a unique defense against inevitable tumors.
Opinion: The IRS isn’t an impenetrable fortress. Someone has Trump's taxes; the question is, who?
Saturday November 11, 2017. 08:32 PM
The company says the departure was 'completely amicable.'
A good piece of luggage is brought down by its poor smart features.
The BBC America sci-fi series has never had a huge audience, but it's definitely worth watching.
The gas giant's got swirls for days.
Astronauts need toilet paper and the people need science.
Ethereum, Wikileaks, a years-old hack of the Trump business empire, and more of the week's top security news.
Friday November 10, 2017. 10:45 PM
Rice remains one of China's oldest and most important industries, even as the nation pushes innovation in things like solar power to electric cars.
After raising nearly a billion dollars in just two years, Mobike sees a future beyond just bikes.
A special episode this week recounting the day in 2007 when hashtags arrived on Twitter.
Sorry Yelp and Foursquare: Local peels the stickiest, best part of Facebook away from all the stuff you'd rather not have.
Lucasfilm is putting a lot of faith in the guy behind the next installment of the Skywalker saga. That means it must be good.
We're about to get snowed under with deals, so grab these discounts from Bose, Dell, Roku, and Amazon today!
Hector Guerrero has traveled more than 1,000 miles documenting Mexico's tallest volcanoes and the people and landscape surrounding them.
The internet is awash in theories about Facebook using your smartphone's microphone to eavesdrop on your conversations. It's not. Here's why.
If you want a mechanical keyboard experience for under $70, the loud and proud Aukey KM-G3 will get you there.
Turtle Beach's plush wireless headset is solid, but not the best we've gamed with.
Plus: a video history of the Darpa Grand Challenges that sparked the driverless car industry.
Telecoms want to tap artificial-intelligence to plan networks. Facebook, which has AI expertise and needs telcos, offers to help.
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