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Thursday November 15, 2018. 10:43 PM
Intelligence Squared U.S., the long-running debate show, took on the Valley in a recent episode.
From Aatrox to Zyra, no one knows more about the multiplayer juggernaut than the folks at Riot Games—and they’re here to help.
Plus: Guillermo del Toro's Bleak House is fine, directors are rallying to save FilmStruck, and a *Dumbo* trailer dropped.
Facebook has a lot of explaining to do: For starters, there's Sheryl Sandberg’s next steps and the accusations about George Soros.
Perth-based photographer Leah Kennedy captures the duality of Australia's salinization crisis in a series of extraordinary images.
In a scene from season one, Jim Holden shows exquisite command of high school physics as he maneuvers himself onto a spaceship gangway.
Microsoft's new workstation has everything you ever wanted in a creative desktop, and costs more than you probably ever wanted to spend.
The feature, available in select cities, turns Tinder into a real-time dating experience.
Microsoft's first wireless headphones look, feel, and sound as premium as their price tag.
The New York house artist creates a succulent, danceable space where tongues and nations intersect.
The Golden State is burning for very good reasons, like climate change and population growth. But it doesn't have to be this way.
Before the Colorado-based plane maker can launch its airliner, it has to see its 1/3-scale 'Baby Boom' take off.
Published in Ms. magazine, 'The Tyranny of Structurelessness' observes that organizations built to avoid hierarchy develop leaders with pernicious power.
You may not be an erotic webcam model with legions of unsettling fans, but you’ll find Cam’s dark and risky world more relatable than you’d expect.
Strategy guides have been doomed for a while. But I'm going to miss them anyway.
Smoke from wildfires in Northern California blanket the city of San Francisco. Is it safe for the workers outside breathing the air all day?
Amazon’s year-long pursuit of new office space highlighted just how much billion-dollar companies can get from taxpayers.
Wednesday November 14, 2018. 09:30 PM
Amazon's voice assistant can do many things. Just don't ask it to defrost sausage.
Smoke from the Camp, Hill, and Woolsey fires has forced Californians to don air masks. But measuring air quality is more complex than you might think.
The literal shape of cities appears to exacerbate hurricanes' rainfall, according to new research on Hurricane Harvey.
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