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Friday January 18, 2019. 03:00 PM
Also: hey, why do Star Wars games keep getting canceled?
Breville's smart oven makes a foolproof, restaurant-quality Neapolitan-style pizza, and sits on your countertop.
There's one big question at the core of writer-director M. Night Shyamalan's new movie: Who gets to be a hero?
A company that wants to slap logos on the night sky and other groups are raising tricky questions about what belongs in space.
Insects are touted as a major new source of protein, but scaling up Big Cricket could mean new problems—such as what to do with all their 'frass.'
India's government has proposed rules that would require encrypted messaging services like WhatsApp to decrypt data, threatening the security of users globally.
The Trump administration has presented its Missile Defense Review, and yes, there are lasers.
Thursday January 17, 2019. 11:58 PM
Fitness is what’s driving smartwatches.
It means that people (*cough astrologers not astronomers*) are giving names to phenomena that don’t really need cute labels.
More than 30 years after the original manga began, the anime series and feature films are more popular than ever.
Ad-hoc systems and haphazard databases made the Trump administration’s cruel border separation policies somehow even worse.
Also: Steve Carell is making a Space Force show for Netflix, and Apple is teaming up with Sofia Coppola and Bill Murray.
Sure, you need big muscles to win the Lunar Impact event in Dwayne Johnson's new reality show. But you won't get anywhere without friction.
The people want their cars big and gas-powered. The automakers are happy to provide.
Even if your knife skills are solid, a food processor is still faster and more convenient for bigger projects.
Introducing a bot to a secure Telegram conversation downgrades the level of encryption—without providing any visual cues.
Its execs have been arrested. Its gear is banned in places. And countries are reconsidering relationships with the company. How much trouble is Huawei really in?
PG&E’s electrical equipment likely caused California’s massive Camp Fire. That’s particularly maddening because science knows full well how to stop that.
OK, so it was never great in the first place. But the rise of rank nationalists could finally—perversely—spark an era of progress and cooperation for all humanity.
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