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Friday October 27, 2017. 06:58 PM
The National Wildlife Property Repository outside Denver is a wealth of horrors.
The Bloodhound SSC is a car-plane hybrid, designed to smash the land speed record.
Researchers have unearthed the wasteful habits of households and businesses in Nashville, Denver, and New York—and created a blueprint for curbing them.
Opinion: A case before the US Supreme Court this term could have profound implications for government search warrants.
One of these sparks is not like the other.
Finally, a backpack designed to withstand the rigors of café racing.
Plus: GM tests self-driving cars in NYC, LA asks Uber for transit help, and Singapore says no more cars.
Now that your camera is the most important thing in your phone, camera-rating company DxOMark decides which one is best.
Made by English company Amalgam, the miniature engine has over 1,000 parts—too bad none of them move.
Twitter will bar ads from Russia Today and Sputnik, ahead of congressional hearings into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
What happens when you stream a post-show discussion like it's just another all-at-once series? Netflix is about to find out.
As more people talk, play, and work through the lens of their smartphone, Google's trying to finish what it started with Google Goggles.
After torrenting's long fade,'fully loaded' Kodi boxes became the pirate's method of choice. Now, a legal crackdown looks to stop its rise.
The nastier the conditions, the better the learning.
News that Cambridge Analytica CEO sought Wikileaks help on Clinton emails amplifies questions about firm's role in Trump campaign.
Thursday October 26, 2017. 11:53 PM
If you're an Apple fan, you're probably hemming and hawing between the iPhone 8 and the iPhone X. Here's why.
One author of a new paper on artificial intelligence is a 17-year-old high school senior.
A visit with an artist who creates illuminating art out of neon tubes.
In a modern twist on bedside manner, doctors are learning to communicate empathy even when their patients are hundreds of miles away.
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