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Tuesday July 17, 2018. 02:00 PM
Amazon's Prime Day is over, but rivals like Walmart are still holding huge sales on Fitbit, Beats headphones, video games, and more.
A good remix can provide a thrilling encounter with an already fantastic game—and that's what Sega's latest accomplishes with a new gameplay mode.
You may not have heard of Safe Browsing, but it's made the web more secure for over a decade. Here's its story, from the people who built it.
It took thousands of years for humans to breed a pea-sized fruit into a beautiful beefsteak tomato. Now, with gene editing, scientists can change everything.
A new facial recognition tool by RealNetworks aims to keep kids safe in school. But privacy experts fear the unchecked surveillance of kids could go awry.
Inrix's 'Road Rules' platform lets cities compile details about things like stop signs and school zones in a computer-friendly format that any self-driving developer can fold into its software.
FCC Chair Ajit Pai, long seen as supporting the deal, suggests sending it to a judge–often a graveyard for merger proposals.
Workers in Europe, upset by talk of cuts in pay and benefits, plan walkouts during one of the retailer's biggest promotions.
Senators Mark Warner and Marco Rubio both cast President Trump's appearance in Helsinki as a major setback in the fight against Russian interference in elections around the world.
Monday July 16, 2018. 08:41 PM
By refusing to acknowledge Russia's role in election interference, Trump has given it the green light to continue.
The actor has reportedly signed on to join J.J. Abrams' next 'Star Wars' movie.
You can make a physics model that teaches you tons about running.
Roku's new $199 wireless speakers are matched with an optional wireless button you place in another room and use as a voice remote.
Extreme heat already kills more than 100 New Yorkers yearly. That could rise to thousands a year by 2080.
Transmitting data makes steady, low returns. But the telecom giants want a grander life: in high-risk, high-reward, high-margins media.
You don’t typically find philosophical bickering at an FDA public meeting. But then again, lab-grown meat is no ordinary topic.
The special counsel has collected a mountain of evidence in the Trump-Russia investigation, but so far only a tiny amount of it has been revealed in official indictments. Here are nine areas where we should expect answers as the inquiry unfolds.
Cops in LA, NYC, and beyond are using software from Elucd to figure out how the sentiments of the people they protect.
Maker of e-cigarettes is trying to convince regulators that it wants to push away the teens that made it famous, just as its trying to raise billions.
Sunday July 15, 2018. 04:00 PM
Leila Jeffreys photographed majestically colorful members of the Columbidae family in Australia.
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