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Sunday December 24, 2017. 03:00 PM
We published hundreds of meaty stories this year. Here's one features editor's favorites.
Just in time for the new year, Americans got a new tax plan—and it was just one of many things the internet was worked up about last week.
That 30-second lag on your NFL livestream? It takes a lot more tech than you may think to get rid of it.
Over the holidays, an Antarctic expedition is traveling 500 miles to map ice sheet thickness and sea level rise.
A year in the life of America's favorite CEO, from the man himself (maybe).
Saturday December 23, 2017. 05:00 PM
Galaxy NGC 5256 contains two merging galaxies. In between the two is a supermassive black hole that’s quickly sucking up material from the impact.
Mafia's $200 bag is made from recycled sail cloth, and the profits go to a reputable sustainable ocean charity.
A fake *Cuphead*, a WhatsApp privacy blow-up, and more of the week's top security news.
Streaming services, network TV, cable—really exceptional programming showed up all over the place this year. Here's what kept us glued to the tube.
This petite photo printer lets you open a pop-up photo booth anywhere.
Rian Johnson's movie has more moral complexity than any of the previous films—and gives audiences a lot more to think about.
As the debate over Section 702 continues, those deciding its fate don't know basic facts about how it works.
Edward Witten reflects on the meaning of dualities in physics and math, emergent space-time, and the pursuit of a complete description of nature.
How to build a transportation system that handles peak demand—and why you really really shouldn't.
Facebook released a tool that shows users if they’ve liked or followed accounts linked to a Russian troll farm.
Friday December 22, 2017. 08:01 PM
Eric Schmidt was the hired-gun CEO whose balancing act with co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin propelled Google to great heights.
On this week's show, we talk about the services, apps, and companies that went belly-up in 2017.
Thanks to advances in batteries, brain-controlled robotics, and AI, today’s mechanical limbs can do everything from twist and point to grab and lift.
We get a look at how humble Honda puts these little birds together.
We say goodbye to all of this year's tech casualties.
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