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Friday August 31, 2018. 06:00 PM
It's been a difficult week for videogames, with tragedies and major struggles dominating the news—let's try to make sense of them.
The Tesla CEO's month was quite eventful. Plus: The untold story of how a single line of code crashed the world.
No, you won't get through them all. But pick one and you'll be surprised what you can accomplish in your down time.
One parasitic worm's devilish strategy may reduce inflammation and discomfort in its mouse host. Trippy, man...
The film's 'scriptment' allowed writers to break the story without cluttering a screenplay with text-message bubbles.
A Tesla was caught on video going airborne after blasting over railroad tracks. Here's how to estimate its speed.
Tech giant will require contracting firms, such as janitorial services, to offer paid leave to new parents.
UTC's ACES 5 system also accommodates both lighter and heavier passengers, so the Air Force can expand its pool of potential pilots.
Our reviews of the Microsoft Surface Go, Samsung's Galaxy Note 9, DJI's Mavic Air drone, and more.
The California Consumer Privacy Act was heralded as a blow against Big Tech. But the law will primarily constrain smaller actors in the online-ad world.
I ditched Tinder, Bumble, and Hinge, and set out on a journey to find old-fashioned love in a newfangled world.
Future versions of Firefox will block third-party tracking codes, and trackers that take too long to load, by default.
Where the 'real' Chiron produces 1,500 horsepower from a quad-turbocharged W16 engine and can hit 261 mph, the Lego lookalike makes 5.3 horses from 2,304 tiny motors.
Thursday August 30, 2018. 10:12 PM
The city granted operating permits to just Skip and Scoot, two companies that emphasized good relationships with public officials.
The social network says stories from *The Winchester Star,* a daily newspaper in Virginia, were erroneously censored and that a fix has now been issued.
Bad faith politicking about the way search algorithms work makes it harder for tech companies to solve the real problems.
The $1,000 Yoga Book comes with an improved keyboard, better processor, and an e-ink display.
Gene editing halted the progression of Duchenne's muscular dystrophy in dogs
Google's virtual assistant can now listen for, and respond in, two languages. It could make the service more popular in multilingual households.
Clearcut forests, polluted rivers, open-air mines, and other environmental devastation seen from above.
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