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Monday January 21, 2019. 12:00 PM
It takes a master demagogue to weaponize unstable individuals and aim them at political enemies.
Whether you’re hacking a Roomba into a home-security droid or assembling your own robocreation, outfit your workbench with these essentials.
From military medical tents to the drafting table, the versatile X-acto knife always makes the cut.
Startups like Domio let you book an apartment hotel: lodging that promises the roominess of a homestay with the consistency and amenities of a hotel.
In his series 'Of Heaven and Earth,' photographer David Shannon-Lier records the movements of the moon and stars, then adds his own earthly markings.
Nearly 200 US colleges are offering around $15 million per year in scholarships, and university teams can earn millions more in tournament prizes.
Did you know human salivary glands pump out about a quart—a Big Gulp!—a day?
AI has its uses, of course. But Google’s multiple-choice attempt at linguistic outsourcing in our inboxes? That's a real horror.
Weedmaps doesn’t sell pot itself. It's just a tech platform that provides visibility for those who do—apparently, whether or not they follow state rules.
The web’s founders fully expected some form of digital payment to be integral to its functioning. But nearly three decades later, we're still waiting.
As artificial intelligence sneaks its way into all corners of life—driving, finance, chatbots—everyday video will become ripe for an upgrade.
When you debut your jam, the audience will get to see you play an actual instrument, not just your laptop.
Netflix’s choose-your-own-adventure content will find its audience—first through novelty, then because creators will tease ever more fireworks out of the form.
Whether you’re a casual scribbler or seasoned illustrator, the iPad Pro, paired with its Pencil, can be a serious artistic tool.
Body size and food consumption might not be the be-all, end-all of health and well-being. So why are we so obsessed with how we look and what we eat?
From swooping landscapes to the most dramatic selfie vids ever, a drone can capture it all. These tips will help make your footage extra fly.
In the first solar geoengineering experiment in the lower atmosphere, scientists will test a recipe that could provide some temperature control back on Earth.
Smaller than a microwave, the Mayku FormBox uses heat and suction to create precise molds out of plastic.
Sunday January 20, 2019. 03:00 PM
Elon Musk prepares for lean times, news from CES and the Detroit Auto Show, and more in the future of cars.
Last week was busy, but everyone had an opinion on those photos of the president with some burgers.
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