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The new lower-priced iPhone XR is a good buy, as long as you don’t mind making a few compromises.
The MARS scanner, armed with particle-detecting tech used in CERN’s Large Hadron Collider, lets us see so much more beyond the bone.
The upcoming PlayStation 4 game builds on Tetsuya Mizuguchi’s past work to get you as far out of your head—and as absorbed into the experience—as possible.
Instead of butane heat sources, Bodum’s Mocca uses the red-hot glow of its 430-watt halogen Beam Heater to bring the water to just below boiling.
The US may be leading the discoveries in AI—but Chinese entrepreneurs are better at implementing them.
After using an app-powered sous vide wand to cook your Thanksgiving turkey in a temperature-controlled bath, you’ll never go back to roasting.
Journalist Brendan Koerner strikes up a jail-cell correspondence with a man charged with instigating a fatal shooting. “Only by peering into the abyss of human malice can we divine how we can muster the strength to forgive the truly lost,' he writes.
To call hyperinflation strictly an economic problem is to overlook its wrenching cultural implications and a general collapse in a system of values.
How organizers are using Silicon Valley–style tactics to get people (read: Democrats) registered to vote.
A $1.50 wager on a 'Call of Duty' match led to a fake 911 call reporting a violent hostage situation in Wichita. Here’s how it all went horribly awry.
When considered as a form of tech, paper has a killer feature set: It’s intuitive, it doesn’t crash, and it doesn’t need a power source.
What AI might be missing is a history. Do robots need to know who they are and where they come from?
With flawless skin and symmetrical faces all over social media, the “beautiful people” are our peers. It’s enough to give you a complex.
Renting a tiny room in Nob Hill for too many dollars a month? This gear can help you make space for cooking.
This isn't the way product releases should happen: quarter-baked cookie dough that’s, what, just gonna finish cooking outside the oven?
Artificial intelligence could be the ultimate authoritarian tool. But one thing's for sure: Charging into an AI arms race against China is a huge mistake.
Born way back in the atomic age, super-slippery Teflon’s impervious chemistry has stuck around.
Fermented foods are products of a happy, scientific trial-and-error process, and big-name chefs and home cooks alike are embracing this growing trend.
From Amazon to e-scooter startup Goat, more tech companies are figuring out how to provide the tools if you supply the services.
HTC's long-hyped blockchain smartphone is finally on sale—but for now it's still experimental.
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