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Friday January 4, 2019. 12:00 PM
When CES 2019 kicks off next week in Las Vegas, companies will be promising faster, smarter tech products. That's partly true.
The only reason you can watch it now is because of a copyright battle that was settled five years ago.
As more governments around the world pass restrictive internet laws, targeting critics like Hasan Minhaj could become the norm.
Thursday January 3, 2019. 11:54 PM
On the first day of the year, NASA’s New Horizons Spacecraft captured an icy world 4 billion miles away. Here’s what the photos tell us about the fringes of our solar system.
Moviegoers spent $12 billion going to the multiplex last year and Disney flicks led the pack.
Opinion: Physician-scientists are an endangered species. Without them, patients could lose out on the next generation of life-saving treatments.
We've all got cameras in our pockets—but how do those countless photos we take every year change our brains and emotions?
One year after a pair of devastating processor vulnerabilities were first disclosed, Intel's still dealing with the fallout.
It's basically a perfectly elastic collision, like two bouncy balls colliding.
From 'Avengers: Endgame' to 'It: Chapter 2' and from a Scorsese epic to ensemble dramas, there's a lot to look forward to this year.
The world’s largest cruise company has developed a ship-wide location-tracking platform that provides you with a personalized digital cruise experience.
These behemoths hold enough juice for 15 electric cars, and are meant to supplement areas with sub-par charging networks.
Turns out people are upgrading their iPhones less frequently. That’s not good for Apple’s revenue—but it's great for everyone else.
The FCC has remained open while much of the government is shut down. That changes Thursday.
To offset the phase-out of a federal tax credit, Tesla cut the price of its cars by $2,000—which might be better for some buyers.
Wednesday January 2, 2019. 03:00 PM
The Roku Channel will be available to stream from within the Roku app, and will add paid subscription options like Showtime.
Photographer Nikita Teryoshin visited factory farms, insemination stations, and more for his series 'Hornless Heritage.'
The outfits vying to be the 'Uber for kids' must build viable businesses that assuage all sorts of concerns about kids in cars.
These stinging insects love natural disasters, human landscaping, and the warming conditions brought by climate change. At least someone's happy.
In 2018, American outrage forced white nationalists out of public spaces. Now, the movement's gone quiet—and that makes it even more dangerous.
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