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Friday November 17, 2017. 11:00 PM
This week, the hosts marvel at the speed with which headphones are becoming stand-alone computers.
The study that gave the Vaporfly 4% its name just came out in a peer-reviewed journal.
The superhero team-up might be chaos, but it's hard to look away.
Our favorite laptop, phone, and device deals on Black Friday 2017 weekend!
Over the course of four recent congressional hearings, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has somehow forgotten dozens of people, places, and events. Here's all of them in one place.
These before and after photos show Vincent Wittenberg and Wladimir Manshanden's unique appreciation for a utilitarian photo archive.
Take a close look at the R2-D2-shaped lander that startup Moon Express wants to land on the moon.
With Dee Rees' stunningly directed adaptation, the streaming platform's investment in prestige features will pay dividends come awards time.
Not everything about the movie's heroes ended up on the big screen. Here's what to read to find out more.
A new photographic technique from researchers at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography is exposing coral like never before.
While it comes close to being an authentic Star Wars experience, the structure of EA's newest title sabotages that goal.
Stanford historian Leslie Berlin says Silicon Valley's tradition of rich perks started as a way to fend off labor unions.
Get them one of these gifts that's entirely inoffensive to the eye, from organization tools to gorgeous receptacles.
A new alliance has representatives from Pittsburgh, Essen, Beijing, and other metros swapping strategies for transforming from a factory town to a sustainable city.
As a broad coalition forms to keep Dreamers in the US, groups across the political spectrum struggle to find common ground.
Java fanatics know that absolute control is key to crafting the perfect cup of coffee.
Well, that kind of depends on what you mean by 'trucker.'
Elon Musk promises the quickest car ever made, and 600 miles of range.
The latest electric vehicle in Musk's plan to save the planet.
Franken apologized; Roy Moore didn't. Why? The power of the image.
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