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Wednesday November 28, 2018. 06:55 PM
Americans love pickup trucks, and Jeep is happy to cater to their wishes.
Dominique Teufen uses food packaging, plastic wrap, and fabric scraps to construct natural-looking scenery on the glass.
History's best time, set by Usain Bolt, is 9.58 seconds. Depending on how you parse the data, he's either rather close—or worlds away—from the theoretical limit.
Google's MVNO is getting the iPhone and top Android devices, finally addressing its biggest blindspot.
Yanny and Laurel and yodeling and more appear in Spotify's annual celebration of quirky playlists and music streaming.
Etsy and Tumblr will prod users to call legislators ahead of a Dec. 10 deadline for Congress to restore net neutrality protections.
People who speak languages missing from Google Translate, Siri, and Wikipedia will face future crises—leaving aid organizations scrambling.
Artist Trevor Paglen has built a balloon satellite intended to evoke awe and wonder back on Earth.
Better drugs and easily accessible clinics had stemmed the spread of diseases like gonorrhea and syphilis. Now, a perfect storm is tearing this system apart.
Chinese researcher He Jiankui, who earlier claimed to have gene-edited twin baby girls, now says there's another pregnancy with a Crispr'd embryo.
Amazon follows Google in designing a chip to make cloud computing more efficient; the chip is based on designs typically seen in smartphones.
Preparing for a new sort of future, General Motors is cutting 14,000 jobs, closing three plants, and killing a bunch of car models.
Tuesday November 27, 2018. 11:08 PM
He Jiankiu, a Chinese researcher who claims to have edited the DNA of twin babies, now born, also published ethics guidelines directly contradicting his work.
While Hillenburg's titular creation has shown up in theme parks and parades, SpongeBob's legacy is most keenly felt online.
These are our favorite Cyber Monday deals that were extended, but they may go quick, including Roku, Echo Dot, and more.
Powered by both Chrome OS and Android, Google's answer to the iPad and Surface promises a computing future where anything is possible. And it sort of delivers.
Lawmakers from nine countries grilled Facebook on Tuesday using a cache of sealed documents that had been seized in London last week.
Recent developments in the special counsel investigation indicate that things are about to heat up.
With an 'invisible' hood, the new generation of the cute ute can handle an off-road paradise—or the parking lot they paved over it.
NASA just plopped a lander on the surface of Mars. This simple game lets you see if you can do the same.
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