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Friday May 31, 2019. 03:53 PM
Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett's beloved novel leaps to the small screen with celestially gratifying results.
The philanthropic road is littered with the carcasses of those who thought that “disrupting” poverty would be as simple as disrupting the taxi industry.
Know what else is back? The single-player campaign. 'Modern Warfare' is set to be released in October.
Sure, long-haul space travel demands a solid vehicle and ample food. But to stay sane during those lonely days, you might just want a good ol' pillow.
Plus: Boosted's new e-scooter, the Beats Powerbeats Pro, and New Balance's redesigned sneakers.
Who needs Spotify playlists? These apps create truly endless tunes to match whatever mood you desire.
The Trump administration's bid to weaken federal climate science comes at a time when voters increasingly agree that a climate crisis is imminent.
Beginning Friday, you can get into select subway stations by waving your phone. By 2023, MetroCards will go the way of the token.
Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off Monday, June 3. Here's what we're expecting the company to show off.
The new Disney Parks attraction is the ideal marriage of Lucasfilm's cinematic universe and Imagineering.
At this rate, it will take years to fix a critical vulnerability that remains in over 900,000 Windows machines. A worm will arrive much sooner.
Touchscreen computers and Square machines have turned signatures into a thing you must jab and press into existence—and it never looks quite right.
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The state Assembly passes a bill that would require services such as Uber and Lyft to classify their workers as employees, rather than contractors.
Twitter's accepting applicants for a new 'Tweeter in Chief.' Good luck to the doomed soul who gets the job.
Thursday May 30, 2019. 08:43 PM
As the trade war heats up, Apple is an enticing target for Chinese reprisals. It derives a nearly 20% of its revenue from the country, and its supply chain is based there.
Third-party developers don't always build extensions with security best practices in mind. Now Google is taking steps to better protect user data.
The new aviation player is showing off a boxy electric six-rotor air taxi powered by hydrogen fuel cells.
Mouse House honcho Bob Iger says it would be 'very difficult' to continue working in the state if the law goes into effect.
IEEE, an engineering organization that publishes several scientific journals, bans Huawei employees from prepublication peer reviews.
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