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Tuesday June 25, 2019. 12:35 AM
Catch up on the most important news from today in two minutes or less.
Monday June 24, 2019. 11:21 PM
Canadian photographer Vladimir Antaki captures proprietors in the midst of their life's work, documenting what he calls 'urban temples.'
Disney now has the four biggest opening weekends of 2019.
One of the starring payloads is a solar sail that, when unfurled, will be the size of a boxing ring.
The screen-bedecked Alexa device is back—this time with a smaller display.
Innovative materials, integrated sensors, and Bluetooth tech are making the latest head cases safer than their ancestors.
Trained for a week on a massive data set of portraits, a neural network spits out striking images of nonexistent people.
The collapsible kayak company's latest boat can transform from a one- to two-person vessel and come with you on vacation like a suitcase.
City officials say the network converted residential units in 36 buildings, earning more than $5 million for booking 24,330 rooms and housing 63,873 guests.
If we're going to save Earth, we need a clear picture of all the forces that are destroying it. And that means capturing more data.
How a hacker shamed and humiliated high school girls in a small New Hampshire town, and how they helped take him down.
Legal scholar Angela Walch calls it the 'veil of decentralization,' a way for companies to obscure responsibility for their creations.
From neuro-stim headphones and percussive massage devices to dynamic compression pants, the latest gadgets are all about preparing for the next workout.
Measles is back, health care workers are racing to contain it, and parents of vulnerable children are frantic. How a fever spread in a tight-knit community.
For your next tropical getaway, this setup will help your Instagram be so much more than just—yawn—sunsets and artfully arranged cocktails.
The typical response to the onslaught of falsehood is to say, lol, nothing matters. But when so many of us are reaching this point, it really does matter.
One minute you're receiving representations of the good life; the next you have a chance to wake up and buy something that will improve your social well-being.
The latest outdoor tech helps us stay safe, eat like a human, and recharge—even deep in the backcountry.
The inside story of how Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin struggled to touch down on the moon, while their guidance computer kept crashing. Again and again.
Sunday June 23, 2019. 03:00 PM
Last week President Trump announced his bid for re-election. The internet also got into a heated discussion about the definition of concentration camps.
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